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The Departments of Physics and the Department of Computer Science offer students an opportunity to earn both the Ph.D. in Physics and the M.S. in Computer Science. Aimed principally at graduate students in physics whose research has a large computational component, this program gives students dual credit in the two departments where appropriate for expertise learned and demonstrated.
Computational physics is the fastest growing area within the discipline, and computational physicists need considerable knowledge of computer science to achieve their full potential. The training this program offers equips our graduates for many career options.
This program is newly approved, and the application forms have not yet been modified to include the combined degree option. If you wish to apply to this program, just apply to the doctoral program and physics, and attach a note to the application or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org indicating that you wish to apply for the combined physics/computer science degree program.[an error occurred while processing this directive]