Degree: Doctorate, Master
The Department has major research programs in:
- Atmospheric spectroscopy and radiometry, involving worldwide studies of infrared radiation using high-altitude balloons, research aircraft, and groun
The space sciences graduate program stresses many subfields of space studies, such as stellar and extragalactic astrophysics, solar-terrestrial interrelation (space weather, solar energetic particles)
There has never been a more exciting time to study the universe beyond the confines of the Earth.
here has never been a more exciting time to study the universe beyond the confines of the Earth.
Areas of interest: Astronomy, Materials Science, Nuclear Physics, Optical Physics, Theoretical and Computational Physics
New Mexico Tech Astronomical Research Facilities;Magdalena Ridge Observatory - optical/IR single telescope + interferometer, presently under construction;Etscorn Campus Observatory - Student Training;
Degree: Master, Doctorate
The goal of the graduate program in astronomy is to provide broadly based training in modern astrophysics and astronomy for a small and carefully selected student body.
The Astronomy Department at NMSU offers programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
A wide variety of research, outreach, teaching, and coursework opportunities are available to astronomy graduate students at the University of Michigan.
Caltech astronomers and astrophysicists study the sun, supernovae, pulsars, stellar structure and evolution,stellar atmospheres, interstellar and intergalactic matter, galaxies and clusters of galaxie
Theoretical astrophysics concentrates on numerous topics related to compact objects - white dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes.
Two year MS program includes 5 core astronomy courses + 4 elective courses + research thesis. Excellent preparation for PhD or for a career in teaching/education.
We work on a wide range of topics at the frontiers of astrophysics: from the newest theories in early-Universe cosmology to the ancient ideas of the Babylonian theory of the planets; from distant ther
The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (MS) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees.
Graduate instruction and research opportunities are available in theoretical, experimental, and observational astronomy and astrophysics.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy works closely with the graduate students on theoretical and experimental research in the following areas: atomic physics, biophysics, molecular physics, nuclear
The department has a strong tradition of research in radio astronomy, particularly in investigations using radio interferometry.