Physics is the study of the fundamental structure and interactions of matter. Research areas in the Physics program of the University of Minnesota include experimental and theoretical studies in astrophysics and cosmology, biological physics, condensed matter physics, elementary particle physics, nuclear physics, space and planetary physics, and physics education research. Interdisciplinary study is also available with the programs in astrophysics, biological sciences, chemistry, chemical engineering and materials science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering, and the history of science and technology.
- Quantum Mechanics
- Classical Physics
- Atomic and Molecular Structure
- Biopolymer Physics
- Solid-State Physics
- Nuclear and Particle Physics
- 12 months
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- Apply before
DisciplinesPhysics Mathematics Natural Sciences View 911 other Masters in Mathematics in United States
- A current resume
- Statement of Research Objectives
- The committee values your grades in undergraduate core courses: Quantum and Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetism, and Thermal and Statistical Physics
- We do not require results from the GRE for admission
- International applicants are required to provide TOEFL exam results
- Three letters of reference
International28344 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 28344 USD per year during 12 months.
National28344 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 28344 USD per year during 12 months.
In-State18720 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 18720 USD per year during 12 months.
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