Master of Science in Physical and Applied Science (GS60)
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DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Dr. Ralph Oberly
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Areas of Emphasis Offered:Chemistry | Geobiophysical Modeling | Geology | Mathematics | Physics and Physical Science
Curriculum:32 credit hours with thesis, 36 credit hours without a thesis.
Normal time to complete for full-time student: 2 years.
The area of emphasis in Geobiophysical Modeling is interdisciplinary, with core courses in Remote Sensing and GIS Modeling. Thereafter, students may chose from areas of concentration in Aquatic, Terrestrial or Biophysical Systems and Models.
The Master of Science in Physical and Applied Science, offered in cooperation with the Departments of Chemistry, Geology, Integrated Science and Technology, and Mathematics, is intended to provide the opportunity for students with diverse qualifications to improve the depth and breadth of their knowledge in the Physical Sciences.
Jobs Related to this Program:
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Application deadline for Admission
Fall enrollment: August 1; Spring enrollment: December 1; Summer enrollment: May 1
GRE or other test required None.