Applied Physics is devoted to the study and understanding of nature. Considered the most fundamental science, it deals with the constituents, properties, and evolution of the entire universe, from the smallest subatomic particles to the largest galaxies. But because physics covers so much territory, many questions about the physical world have yet to be answered.
At NYU Engineering, our MS in Applied Physics program trains the next generation of physicists to find those answers. Courses for this program are held on our Brooklyn campus, primarily in the evening.
Admitted students will be expected to have a BS in physics or a closely-related discipline and to make up any deficiencies before commencing graduate studies. Letters of recommendation, GRE and TOEFL scores, and application letters will be considered in the admission process.