Master of Natural Science in Physics
The Master of Natural Science in Physics is designed primarily for teachers and prospective teachers who want to improve their understanding of the subject matter of physics. Emphasis is upon the subject matter and is generally not a thesis program. Individuals interested in this degree should hold a teaching certificate or be working toward one. The program of the student will be determined in consultation with the student's advisor and committee. The program requires a minimum of 30 credits, 22 of which must be in residence. A final oral examination is required.