Graduate Study at FSU Physics
The FSU Physics Department offers graduate programs leading to the PhD and Ms degree in cutting-edge areas of theoretical, computational and experimental physics.
Work with internationally acclaimed faculty on our outstanding research facilities in:
The department houses 40 teaching faculty members, 20 associated Ph.D. physicists, 115 graduate students, and 40 technical/support staff. FSU is home to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the only facility of its kind in the USA.
Student stipends and teaching assistantships are available.
Dedicated graduate housing is available including family accommodation.
The deadline for applications from US and International student is Feb 15th. For further information write to: