The Tufts University Department of Physics and Astronomy offers programs of study leading to M.S. and Ph.D. Degrees in Physics and Astronomy. The Department offers a full range of graduate level courses and research opportunities in cosmology, elementary particle physics, condensed matter physics, astronomy and biophysics. Physics graduate students may also pursue research in related departments, such as electrical engineering. Special programs focused on physics education can be arranged in conjunction with the Center for Science and Math Teaching.

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For more detailed information see our Graduate Program description and listings in the American Institute of Physics Guide to Graduate Programs.

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