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University of Toledo Astronomy

Universities / February 4, 2014

McMaster Hall and Ritter ObservatoryThe University of Toledo graduate programs in Physics and Astronomy develop a strong and broad foundation in fundamental physics, while simultaneously teaching mathematical and problem-solving skills necessary to advance knowledge of our physical world. Your coursework is tailored to your specific area of research concentration, with flexibility so that you acquire the skills necessary to complete an innovative, important, and original thesis research project. In the PhD program, you will take courses from the core curriculum during the first and second years. While some students may begin research immediately (oftentimes in addition to coursework and teaching assistant duties), you will typically join a research group starting the summer following the first year. Following your 2nd year, you will be primarily focused on your thesis research with your faculty advisor, ultimately defending your thesis once you have mastered a substantial body of innovative research. UT also offers Masters level programs, with possible concentrations on photovoltaics and materials science.

Please visit our “Prospective Students” page for information about applying to our program.

Contact Information:

For Physics & Astronomy Graduate Program
correspondence and information please contact:

Professor Rupali Chandar
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, MS# 111
The University of Toledo
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606
Ph: 419.530.4957

Department of Physics & Astronomy:
Main Campus
McMaster Hall, MS 111
Dept. Office: 2nd Floor, Room 2017
The University of Toledo
2801 W. Bancroft St.