2009-2010 Catalog 
    
    Feb 23, 2020  
2009-2010 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Physics and Energy Science


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Faculty

Professors: James Burkhart (Chair), Robert Camley, Tom Christensen and Zbigniew Celinski; Professor Emeritus: Richard Blade; Associate Professor: Marek Grabowski; Assistant Professors: Anatoliy Glushchenko and Anatoliy Pinchuk; Senior Instructor: Sam Milazzo; Instructors: Robert Gist, Jeffrey Marsh, and Ramon Tirado.

Programs of Study

Physics, Graduate Study

There are several options for graduate studies in physics. Students may obtain a Master of Sciences (MSc). All of the courses are taken at UCCS, and thesis work may be done with a professor or in conjunction with an adjoint professor who is employed in a local solid state, optics, or space industry. For more details on this program please see Physics, MSc .

A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in physics can be obtained from the University of Colorado at Boulder with much of the course work and the thesis done at UCCS. Each student is evaluated on the basis of his or her experience and academic grades but, in general, will be expected to complete a year of residency at Boulder as well as passing all qualifying, comprehensive, and preliminary exams at Boulder. Application to this program is made to the Boulder Physics Department with the assistance of the UCCS Physics Department.

A PhD in Applied Science is expected to be approved by the fall of 2009. It will offer students an opportunity to take all course work and thesis work at UCCS under the guidance of a UCCS professor. The Applied Science degree will be designed to allow the student to emphasize, individually, Physics, Mathematics or Bio Science. An option to take a cross-disciplinary degree in a combination of the three disciplines will also be available. Interested students should contact the chair of the specific program for more updated information.

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