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College of Arts & Sciences

Further your education with a Master of Science in Astronomy.

You'll work under the supervision of world-leading faculty at the Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy, with significant research experience. Areas of expertise include, but are not limited to:

  • Astronomical instrumentation
  • Theoretical and observational cosmology
  • Galaxy evolution
  • Super-massive black holes
  • Resolved stellar populations
  • The extra-galactic distance scale

Master of Science in Astronomy Program Requirements

Customize Your Degree

You will choose between the thesis and non-thesis options.

The program offers tracks for specialization in astrophysics or astrostatistics.

In both cases, the degree will include six core astronomy courses:

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program