California Campus Doctorates and PhDs in Physical Science
After studying for a physical science doctorate, you could pursue careers as a geoscientist, science technician, meteorologist, or even a geology teacher. Learn more about these program requirements today.
- Davis, CADavis, CA
University of California - Davis
Studies emphasize the experimental and theoretical aspects of above fields, including their biological applications. Research projects can include interdisciplinary work in areas where chemistry, biology, mathematics, or physics have common goals.
- Davis, CA
- Irvine, CAIrvine, CA
University of California, Irvine
The program offers the M. S. and the Ph. D.
- Merced, CAMerced, CA
University of California - Merced
Research in Physics graduate studies spans the traditional disciplines of physics, as well as related interdisciplinary areas.
- Merced, CA
- Santa Barbara, CASanta Barbara, CA
University of California - Santa Barbara
The Geography Department at UCSB offers specialized graduate training leading to the Masters and PhD degrees in a selection of areas including: Earth System Science (hydrology, climatology, meteorology, oceanography, terrestrial systems and the interact...
- Santa Barbara, CA
- San Diego, CASan Diego, CA
San Diego State University
In addition to the general M.A. program, it is possible to pursue a concentration in either resources and environmental quality or transportation. The Master of Arts degree is designed to provide advanced training for (a) students who plan to terminate...
- La Jolla, CALa Jolla, CA
Scripps Research Institute, The
The philosophy of The Scripps Research Institute emphasizes the education and training of researchers in biology and chemistry preparing to meet the s...
- Stockton, CAStockton, CA
University of The Pacific
The department currently has 17 full-time and 8 part-time graduate students divided about equally into Ph.D. and M.S. candidates.