The Department of Physics and Geology offers a 36-hour program leading to a Master of science in interdisciplinary studies (MSIS) in physics education with thesis and non-thesis options. These options are designed to prepare students in their pursuit of further professional development and for interdisciplinary graduate studies in their area of concentration in physics.
NOTE: All the prospective students must have science background to enroll in the MSIS in physics education program. Requirements: 16-18 hours of physics courses must be required (including PSCI 1421, PSCI 1422, PHYS 1401 and PHYS 1402 and advanced physics hours) for students/teachers coming from other disciplines.
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