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Physics Graduate Studies FAQ

 

How do I pick an advisor?

 

Usually you pick an advisor that works in a sub-discipline that you are interested. In addition it you should seek a person whom you respect and that respects you.

 

What can i do after graduate school?

 

Our graduates are in a variety of professions. Some go on to academic careers while others choose government or industrial work.

 

How much time does it require to get a graduate degree at Howard?

 

The national average is about 6 years for a doctoral degree in physics. The physics program at Howard on average requires the same amount of time.