The CU PER group is one of the largest PER groups in the world, comprising many faculty, post-doctoral researchers, staff, and student members. As a PER graduate student, you will be a member of a supportive and welcoming community, and be advised and mentored by multiple faculty members with wide ranging PER expertise. Current and past students have completed a graduate degree in PER through three different avenues: Department of Physics, ATLAS Institute, and the School of Education. The CU PER group is well established in the physics department and connected to departments all over campus. And if that wasn’t enough...our grad student office has the best view on campus! Feel free to stop by for a cup of coffee/tea and chat with us :)
On this page, you will find past dissertations and theses in PER, course and program requirements for a Physics graduate degree in PER, and other information for prospective graduate students.
Should you have any questions about PER graduate study at CU, feel free to reach out to current grad students or other members of the PER group!