physics

physicsgraduate studies

graduate studies

 
  Our faculty are devoted to mentoring of our graduate students throughout the program. Ph.D. students can expect to be supported fully on teaching assistantships, research assistantships, or fellowships for the duration of their enrollment. For example the department has for several years been funded by the Department of Education to provide GAANN (Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need) fellowships. Exceptionally good students are encouraged and mentored to apply for other national or international fellowships. The department boasts an average time-to-degree for the Ph.D. of 5.5 years, well below the national average.
 
 Apply
  Downloadable application form for graduate degree programs.
 
 Doctorate
  Overview of Ph.D. program and requirements.
 
 Masters
  Overview of masters program and requirements.
 
 Entrepreneurship
  Link to the Physics Entrepreneurship masters program home page.
 
 Faculty
  Listing of our faculty by both research interest and alphabetical order.
 
 Graduate Course Descriptions
  Catalog descriptions of graduate (400 level and above) courses.
 
 Graduate Course Syllabi
 A syllabus for each course.
 
 Research Groups
  Descriptions of the extensive research programs conducted by CWRU physics faculty and students.
 
 Physics Graduate Student Association
  The PGSA exists to provide a forum for all Case Graduate Physics students to express internal concerns, as a collective conduit for interaction with faculty and the University, and to provide its members with social activities.
 
 Why Physics?
  Intellectual and economic benefits of grad school in Physics.
 
 Questions about the department or student life?
  Contact information for faculty representing different research areas and for graduate students ready to answer questions about life at CWRU.
 

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