The department offers a graduate program leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in astronomy. Current research provides opportunities in optical observational astronomy as well as computational theory. Prospective graduate students must submit scores on the Graduate Record Examination including the advanced physics test. Further information on the department’s graduate programs, and details concerning financial aid, are available through the departmental office.
Graduate applications in astronomy are normally due by January 15 for admission in the following fall; however, under special circumstances late applications will be considered.
If you have questions about the Astronomy graduate program, contact Professor Heather Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org.