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Physics MS Degree

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Program Description

Physics graduate programs are concerned with the study of the interactions between time, space, energy and matter. Graduates with a masters (MS) or PhD degree in physics can look forward to careers as astronomers, educators, senior software engineers, health physics specialists, medical physicists and more.


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Contact Information

Name: Benjamin Crowe, Associate Professor
Email: bcrowe@nccu.edu
Phone: (919) 530-5103
Fax: (919) 530-7472
Office Location: 2214 Mary M. Townes Science Building
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