Selecting the right graduate school is an important decision. Learn why Auburn University's Department of Physics helps graduate students find incredible opportunities and travel the world--and beyond--to conduct research. Learn about the impact our impressive faculty makes, find out why Auburn University is internationally-known for its plasma physics program, and meet accomplished alumni.
A Master of Science Degree in Physics is required for entry level teaching positions in junior colleges and for many research-related positions at government and industrial laboratories. For students who are planning a teaching career or who are on their way to a Ph.D., the M.S. with the non-thesis option is an ideal choice. It requires about two years of course work and provides an excellent grounding in fundamental physics at the advanced level.
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