Graduate Physics Courses

The Department of Physics offers the following graduate physics courses:

     •  PS 200.xx/PS 200.xx S: Special Topics
     •  PS 200.02: Special Topics: Radiative Transfer
     •  PS 200.03: Special Topics: Computer Modeling
     •  PS 200.04: Special Topics: Physics of Air Pollution and Climate
     •  PS 200.05: Special Topics: Complex Systems
     •  PS 200.06: Special Topics: Interaction of Radiation and Matter
     •  PS 200.21: Special Topics: Elastomer Mechanics
     •  PS 200.22: Special Topics: Finite Element Analysis
     •  PS 201/PS 201 S: Theoretical Mechanics
     •  PS 205/PS 205 S: Mathematical Physics
     •  PS 208/PS 208 S: Quantum Mechanics I
     •  PS 210/PS 210 S: Quantum Mechanics II
     •  PS 211/PS 211 S: Fluid Mechanics
     •  PS 212/PS 212 S: Statistical Mechanics
     •  PS 213: Introduction to Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
     •  PS 216: Research Laboratory Series
     •  PS 222/PS 222 S: Introduction to Solid State Physics
     •  PS 223: Physical Theory of the Solid State
     •  PS 223 S: Math I
     •  PS 224: Electronic Properties of Materials
     •  PS 224 S: Math II
     •  PS 225/PS 225 S: Thermodynamics and Phase Transformations
     •  PS 226/PS 226 S: Materials Characterization
     •  PS 230/PS 230 S: Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
     •  PS 231/PS 231 S: Computational Models for the Environment
     •  PS 232/PS 232 S: Physical Meteorology
     •  PS 233/PS 233 S: Dynamic Meteorology
     •  PS 241/PS 241 S: Fundamentals of Air Pollution
     •  PS 242/PS 242 S: Physics of the Environment and Climate
     •  PS 243/PS 243 S: Remote Sensing and Environmental Mapping
     •  PS 244/PS 244 S: Environmental Instrumentation
     •  PS 256/PS 256 S: Experiments in Photonics, Laboratory
     •  PS 258/PS 258 S: Optical Waveguides
     •  PS 259/PS 259 S: Quantum Electronics and Photonic Devices
     •  PS 261/PS 261 S: Modern Optics
     •  PS 265/PS 265 S: Lasers, Spectroscopy and Applications
     •  PS 266/PS 266 S: Advanced Fiber Devices
     •  PS 268/PS 268 S: Optical Networks
     •  PS 271/PS 271 S: Electrodynamics
     •  PS 271.1: Classical Electrodynamics I
     •  PS 271.2: Classical Electrodynamics II
     •  PS 272/PS 272 S: Quantum Electrodynamics
     •  PS 280/PS 280 S: Astrophysics
     •  PS 281/PS 281 S: Cosmology
     •  PS 300: Stress-Optic Law in Elastomers
     •  PS 301/PS 301 S: Research Seminar I
     •  PS 302/PS 302 S: Research Seminar II
     •  PS 303/PS 303 S: Advanced Research Laboratory I
     •  PS 304/PS 304 S: Advanced Research Laboratory II
     •  PS 306: Graduate Seminar (Methodology Course)
     •  PS 307/PS 307 S: Graduate Seminar
     •  PS 308.1/PS 308.1 S: Graduate Colloquium
     •  PS 308.2/PS 308.2 S: Graduate Colloquium
     •  PS 309.1/PS 309.1 S: Thesis Research
     •  PS 309.2/PS 309.2 S: Thesis Writing
     •  PS 310.1/PS 310.1 S: Dissertation Research
     •  PS 310.2/PS 310.2 S: Dissertation Research
     •  PS 311.1/PS 311.1 S: Dissertation Writing
     •  PS COMPRE 400: Comprehensive Examinations