M.S. & Ph.D. Chemical Physics | Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program | Kent State University

M.S. & Ph.D. Chemical Physics

Program Information and Requirements

The Kent State University Graduate Catalog provides detailed information about the Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program including:

Elective Courses

Course Title Credits
CPHY 6/72640 Liquid Crystal, Polymer and Colloid Composites 4
  6/72647 Structured Fluids 3
  6/72650 Computation Materials Science 3
  6/72651 Nanobiotechnology 3
  6/74491 Seminar 1
  64495-08 Liquid Crystal Device Prototype Construction 2
  74495-11 Soft Matter Nanotechnology 3
  74495-12 Self Assembly 3
  74495-14 Intro to Bio Materials 3
  74495-16 Scientific Communication 1
  74495-18 Principles of Opto Electronic Devices 3
  74495-022 Lyotropic Liquid Crystals 3

Graduate Forms, Dates, and Procedures

Contact

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Please note also that our admission guidelines do NOT require a GRE Subject Test, but we do strongly recommend submission of General GRE scores. TOEFL scores are also required for most international students.