Applied Physics and Engineering

About course

The combined MS program in applied physics and engineering allows graduate students to receive training in one of three concentrations of the electrical and computer engineering department while also receiving fundamental graduate-level physics training that is relevant to that area. Thesis Option A student may complete an additional 8 semester hours of thesis. Students may register for an additional two semesters of thesis work, Thesis (EECE 7990) (4 semester hours) or Thesis (PHYS 7990) (4 semester hours), depending on the affiliation of the thesis advisor. A thesis committee is composed of an advisor and two faculty members from physics or electrical engineering.


Programme overview

Master’s degree
Level degree
To be advised
Estimated Fee
Full-time
Programme type
English
Primary Language
24 Months
Duration

Grade & score

Test score

  • IELTS

    6.5

  • TOEFL IBT

    90

  • DUOLINGO

    110

Grade

  • GPA

    3.00

  • CGPA10

    7.50

  • CGPA5

    4.00

  • percentage

    73

  • British Degree

    Lower-second class honours

  • letter

    B