Physics (Master of Science)
Further your understanding of everything around you and how things function through Creighton University’s Master of Science in Physics. Coursework applies to a variety of careers and academic pursuits, and can be customized to your own educational and career goals—whether that’s earning a doctoral degree, a career in secondary or post-secondary education, or a wide variety of roles in research, engineering, data analytics, material science and more.
No matter your interests, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from experts in their research fields. Our faculty bring a broad wealth of knowledge to the program and are actively engaged in research in various fields such as astrophysics, quantum computing, nuclear physics, alternative energy, medical physics, material science, biophysics, and biomedical optics.
Invest in yourself
An advanced degree is a big investment of your time and money. Creighton makes sure every credit hour is worth it, preparing you for future academic and professional success. It may not take as long as you think—Creighton’s physics graduate program can be completed in two years by full-time students. Most classes can be scheduled to accommodate working students who wish to complete the program on a part-time basis.
Fellowships can ease the financial burden of pursuing a graduate degree. Research and teaching fellowships are awarded to some students in Creighton’s master’s program in physics each year. Those selected receive a cash stipend and full remission of tuition during their fellowship.
Entering consideration for a teaching or research fellowship is as easy as applying to Creighton. Once you submit your graduate school application, you’re automatically considered for a teaching or research fellowship.