Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Department of Physics
506 Reiss Science Building, 37th & O St, NW
Washington, District of Columbia, 20057, United States
INTERNATIONALLY-RENOWNED: Both academic and industrial research allows students a grounding in theoretical and practical skills.
ADAPTABLE: The Industrial Leadership in Physics (ILP) student supplements traditional courses and research with business classes, mentorships, and apprenticeships.
SMALL: Close guidance at every stage of the doctoral process, a close-knit and collegiate environment.
MODERN FACILITIES, SUPERIOR FUNDING: State-of-the-art research and facilities.
Master's Degree, MS, Master of Physics
Doctoral Degree, PhD, Doctorate of Physics
Admission to the graduate program is based on evidence of intellectual accomplishment and commitment, as well as strong communication and interpersonal skills. No one factor will dictate a successful application.
Achieve a Bachelor's degree in Physics or a related field
Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 in an accredited undergraduate program
Take the GRE
Take the Physics Subject GRE
Score a minimum of 600 (paper) or 100 (iBT) on the TOEFL exam or 7.5 for the IELTS exam