The Department of Physics offers bachelor’s-accelerated master’s (BAM) degree programs for both physics and engineering physics majors. This program allows students to complete a terminal master’s degree, best suited for students interested in professional employment rather than graduate school. Students are usually eligible to apply for the BAM program after completion of 75 credit hours of coursework.
Interested Engineering Physics Majors should review the Engineering Physics BAM Program Requirements and contact Professor Heather Lewandowski for more information.
Interested Arts and Sciences Physics Majors should review the Physics BAM Program Requirements and contact Professor Michael Calkins for more information.
NOTE: Students who were admitted to the Bachelor’s/Master’s program prior to July 1, 2019 follow a concurrent Bachelor’s/Master’s structure, and the two degrees are awarded simultaneously when requirements for both degrees are met.
- Engineering Physics BS/MS Concurrent Program Requirements
- Physics BA/MS Concurrent Program Requirements