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Physics - 2930

Program Summary

   
   
 
Campus: Kensington Campus
 
 
Career: Research
 
 
Typical Duration: 2 Years
 
 
Typical UOC Per Semester: 24
 
 
Min UOC Per Semester: 3
 
 
Max UOC Per Semester: 24
 
 
Min UOC For Award: 96
 
 
Award(s):
 
 
Master of Science (Research)
 
  

Program Description

Please contact the School of Physics for information.

Program Objectives and Graduate Attributes

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Program Structure

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Academic Rules

Fees

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Admission Requirements

To be eligible to undertake a research degree (MSc or PhD) you will need to have completed a four year degree in Physics or a related discipline (eg Engineering) and this must have included a research project.

If you have not fulfilled this requirement, we offer a one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Physics which we structure to suit your particular circumstances. Completing this will make you eligible to undertake a research degree.

Area(s) of Specialisation

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