What will I learn?
The Physics Department offers the MS degree in Applied Physics. The program is flexible enough to accommodate students planning on continuing graduate studies in applied physics, physics, or an interdisciplinary field, as well as students intending to enter the work force.
Targeted and Traditional Emphasis
Entering students can to choose to follow a targeted applied physics emphasis or a traditional applied physics emphasis for their degree. Students who choose a targeted emphasis are those preparing for a career which targets specific areas of applied physics such as:
Students may also work in interdisciplinary areas. This emphasis selection provides excellent preparation for interdisciplinary doctoral studies. Entering students choosing this emphasis are not necessarily expected to have completed all the courses that an undergraduate physics major takes, but they should have a good grounding in classical physics or be willing to make up deficiencies. Interdisciplinary areas include:
computational physics (scientific computing)
The department currently has strong research programs in theoretical and computational aspects of acoustics, geophysics, electromagnetics, continuum mechanics, and astrophysics. Excellent experimental research activities are being conducted in condensed matter and materials physics, magnetism, spintronics, surface physics, and observational astronomy.
Which department am I in? College of Sciences
Applicants must score a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.5 and Math score of 460 or ACT score of 19. Other English language requirements : TOEFL with a paper-based score of 550 and Computer-Based score of 213.
Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in the U.S. or a 4-year degree equivalent from a recognized institution of higher learning abroad.
Applicants enrolled in the final year of a bachelor's degree or international equivalent will be considered for conditional admission.
Minimum GPA Requirements
2.5 grade point average (GPA) on a 4-point scale for all undergraduate coursework
3.0 grade point average (GPA) on a 4-point scale for all graduate coursework
Other English language requirements:
TOEFL Computer-based test score of 550; PTE (Pearson Tests of English) Academic score of 58; IELP Intensive English Language Program at UNO; Satisfactory completion of the Intensive English Language Program at UNO. Minimum Scores on IELP Test: Listening Comprehension: 70; Grammar/Reading/Vocabulary: 63; Writing/Composition: 75.
Offered by this university
Monash University offers below pathways courses for this subject Diploma of Science
Monash University Foundation Year - Intensive
Diploma of Arts
Monash University Foundation Year - Extended
Monash University Foundation Year - Standard
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from The Gordon
Trinity College - The University of Melbourne
US$13,462.00 per year
4 June 2018
College of Sciences 1100 Science Building, University of New Orleans, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana, 70148, United States