Ohio University

Physics & Astronomy Graduate Degrees

Mayur Sundararajan conducts research in Dr. Gang Chen's lab.
Mayur Sundararajan conducts research in Dr. Gang Chen's lab.

Ph.D. & Master's Degrees

Physics & Astronomy graduate students study with internationally renowned faculty and take advantage of distinctive facilities at Ohio University.

Research areas include astrophysics, biophysics, condensed matter and surface science, nanoscience, nuclear physics, and particle physics. Both experimental and theoretical studies are in progress in these areas. Interdisciplinary and inter-departmental programs of study also are possible.

The John E. Edwards Accelerator Laboratory, the MDM Observatory, and a scanning tunneling microscope are just a few of the specialized labs available to graduate students.