Current and former graduate students share their experience at MSU:
As in any active research group, graduate students are the life blood of MSU Solar Physics research. We have between 10 and 15 graduate students from the Physics Department in the group, either doing thesis research in Solar Physics, or working on non-thesis solar research projects while taking course work.
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What research projects are current students working on?
What research projects have our previous graduates worked
What courses are offered in Solar Physics?
Physics (Quantum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Statistical Physics)
constitute the majority of classwork for any Physics graduate student.
In addition there are several courses designed to introduce the
student to the foundations of astrophysics and solar astronomy:
What can one do with a PhD in Solar Physics?
and post-docs of our group's faculty have found jobs in the following
areas: (Detailed list
Graduate Student Information
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