For specific information about this Degree Program go to: http://physics.utsa.edu/graduate.html.
All data is preliminary and is subject to change.
|1||Number of Degrees Per Year||3 (average, 2010-2012)|
|3||Average Time to Degree||4 Years (average, 2010-2012)|
|4||Graduate Employment Profile (one year after graduation)||
Admission Requirements. In addition to satisfying the University-wide graduate admission requirements, applicants must have a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited university and a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursework and all graduate work, preferably in physics. Applicants must submit scores from the general Graduate Record Examination (GRE). A minimum of two letters of recommendation from persons familiar with the applicant’s undergraduate (and graduate, where applicable) scholastic record must be sent to the Graduate School at the same time application is made for admission to UTSA. Background or remedial courses in physics may be required to remove deficiencies.
For more details, see http://www.graduateschool.utsa.edu/prospective_students/academic_programs
|6||Percentage Full-time Students (FTS) with Financial Support||64%|
|7||Average Financial Support Provided||$17,602|
|8||Student‐Core Faculty Ratio||3.2|
|9||Core Faculty Publications||
|10||Core Faculty External Grants||
|11||Percentage Full-Time Students||82%|
|12||Number of Core Faculty||37|
|13||Faculty Teaching Load||9|
|16||Date of Last External Review||Under New Review Procedures Scheduled for Fall 2013|
|17||External Program Accreditation|