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Students may obtain a master's degree as either an undergraduate student through the bachelor's–accelerated master's degree program or as a graduate student. 

Graduate students are generally only admitted to the PhD program in physics. Therefore, graduate students who have completed their PhD comprehensive exam or who are unable to complete the PhD program may earn an MS degree en route to a PhD degree. In certain circumstances, students can be admitted to the graduate program for a terminal master's degree, in which case the prerequisites are the same as for the doctoral program.


The research conducted by the faculty, staff, and students in the CU Physics Department is vibrant and cutting edge across the broad scope of most subfields in physics.

The discovery of the Higgs





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