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Department of Physics

Graduate Courses

graduate program

Below is a listing of all graduate level courses offered. The graduate course offerings do vary by year. For a listing of courses offered in the current academic year please visit the Course Information and Schedule site

•  PHYS7000     Physics Colloquium
•  PHYS7707     Physics Graduate Seminar I
•  PHYS7708     Physics Graduate Seminar II
•  PHYS7711     Classical Mechanics
•  PHYS7721     Statistical Physics I
•  PHYS7722     Statistical Physics II
•  PHYS7732     Electromagnetic Theory I
•  PHYS7741     Quantum Mechanics I
•  PHYS7742     Quantum Mechanics II
•  PHYS7835     Mathematical Physics I
•  PHYS8735     Techniques of Experimental Physics I
•  PHYS8736     Techniques of Experimental Physics II
•  PHYS8761     Solid State Physics I
•  PHYS8762     Solid State Physics II
•  PHYS8771     Plasma and Space Physics
•  PHYS8799     Readings and Research in Physics
•  PHYS8801     Physics Thesis Research
•  PHYS8888     Interim Study
•  PHYS8910     Seminar: Topics in Physics
•  PHYS8934     Electromagnetic Theory III
•  PHYS8950     Group Theory
•  PHYS8970     Quantum Mechanics III
•  PHYS8975     Many Body Physics
•  PHYS8980     Elementary Particle Physics
•  PHYS8985     Electron Microscopy I
•  PHYS8986     Electron Microscopy II
•  PHYS8992     Advanced Topics in Mathematical Physics
•  PHYS9901     Doctoral Comprehensive
•  PHYS9911     Doctoral Continuation