The Physics Department at Baylor University offers both Ph.D. and M.S. degrees with excellent research opportunities in a range of research areas.
Financial aid, including $22,100 per year Teaching Assistantships and full tuition remission, is available to qualified applicants. For highly qualified applicants, additional financial aid in the form of stipend enhancements of $1,000 to $10,000 per year is available through the Graduate School. The average enhancement is currently around $5000. 25% of our graduate students have Research Assistantships and 75% have Teaching Assistantships. Graduate students in physics enjoy the use of personal computers and private offices in the Baylor Sciences Building.
If you are looking for a graduate program in physics where class size is conducive to learning and professors are readily available, then the graduate program at Baylor University might be a good match for you.
Please follow the menu topics (at the top left of this page) to learn more about degree requirements, graduate faculty, research areas, and our facilities. Student profiles will also help to show you what graduate studies in physics at Baylor is like. You may also find answers to the standard physics graduate student questions on our FAQ Page. For further information, please contact the Graduate Program Director, Dr. Gerald Cleaver (Gerald_Cleaver@baylor.edu), or the Graduate Administrative Assistant, Marian Nunn-Graves (Marian_Nunn-Graves@baylor.edu), for further information.