UMBC’s Department of Physics offers graduate programs leading to the MS and PhD in both Physics and Atmospheric Physics. The department has 23 graduate faculty members, 56 graduate students, as well as over 110 undergraduate students.
All full-time graduate students pursuing a PhD receive financial support through teaching assistantships, research assistantships or fellowships. This support includes full tuition, health benefits and a stipend. The stipends for the academic year 2014-2015 range between $23,700 and $30,000.
Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Programs in Physics or Atmospheric Physics should visit the UMBC Graduate School website, where information and application forms are available.