PSM in Photovoltaics
The PSM-PV is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in Physics, Chemistry, an Engineering discipline (e.g. Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical), or an otherwise related field. For the degree of Professional Science Masters in Photovoltaics, a student must complete 37 hours of graduate credit including the following.
|PHYS 6020||Physics And Astronomy Journal Seminar (must take twice)||1|
|PHYS 6250||Classical Electrodynamics I||3|
|PHYS 6280||Photovoltaic Materials And Device Physics Laboratory||3|
|PHYS 6320||Quantum Mechanics I||3|
|PHYS 6630||Semiconductors I||3|
|PHYS 6940||Industrial Internship||6|
|PHYS 6960||M.s. Thesis Research||2|
|PHYS 6980||Special Topics (Fundamentals of Solar Cells)||3|
|PHYS 6990||Independent Study||3|
|BUAD 6600||Supply Chain Management||3|
|INFS 6560||Systems Analysis And Design||3|
|EFSB 6590||New Venture Creation||3|
|or EFSB 6690||Technology Commercialization|
No thesis is required; however, students are expected to make an oral presentation based on research and independent study.