Ph.D Chemical Physics - The Ph.D. degree in chemical physics is conferred on qualified students whose interests lie in areas of research that overlap both chemistry and physics.The usual undergraduate preparation is a major in physics, chemistry, or chemical physics. It is desirable that the physics major have a broad knowledge of general chemistry and that the chemistry major have a broad knowledge of general physics. If such undergraduate training is lacking, it must be acquired early in the student’s graduate work.The degree of doctor of philosophy in chemical physics was established to meet the needs of students wishing to prepare themselves for the study of chemical problems by the methods and theories of modern physics.
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