Although physics is one of the world's oldest academic disciplines, it's also a gateway to cutting-edge technologies, discoveries, and abundant career prospects.
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The Professional Science Master's (PSM) in Physics is designed to expand your universe of employment options. With the help of our faculty you can create a vision for your future by focusing on your strengths.
PSM in Physics
Physics is the underpinning of all science, and
more and more it is becoming an important practical component of
engineering and medical science, biology, and chemistry.
you believe you have some mathematical aptitude and you’re interested
in working with atoms, molecules, plasmas, lasers, semiconductors,
nanoparticles, nuclei, astrophysics, or any other type of science, we
want to help you get there. Come explore the secrets of Einstein,
Newton, Bohr, and countless others…and have fun doing it.
faculty and staff of the Physics Department are committed to providing
the finest undergraduate and graduate learning environment available.
Quality, coupled with the low cost of education at IUP, brings an
exciting career in science within reach for everyone.
We know our physics students as individuals with unique potentials, and we’re here to help each one realize his or her potentials.
Come study physics with us at the Department of Physics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
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