Master Programs:
To receive the M.S. degree in Astrophysics, the graduate student is required to take the following courses:
Stellar Astrophysics, Galactic Astrophysics, Quantum Mechanics I, Classical Electrodynamics I, Classical Mechanics or alternatively Statistical Physics I, Seminars I ~ IV.
Nevertheless, students who have taken some of these courses may request exemptions; courses could be exempted upon approval, making possible graduation in one year.
Doctoral Programs::
o receive the Ph.D. degree in Astrophysics, students are required to take
(1) Advanced-Level-Seminars I ~IV and
(2) at least four D-level courses offered by our Institution.
Nonetheless, Quantum Mechanics III, Quantum Theory I, Statistical Physics II, and Electrodynamics II, as offered by the Department of Physics, are to be counted as the D-level courses at our Institution.
Students who have previously taken some of these courses may request exemptions; courses could be exempted upon approval.
Courses to be offered by our Institute are listed below:
Master's Degree:
Stellar Astrophysics(4), Galactic Astrophysics(4), General Relativity(3), Seminars in Astrophysics I(1), Seminars in Astrophysics III, II(0), Seminars in Astrophysics IV(1), Research on Special Topics.
Ph.D. Degree:
Cosmology (3), Particle Astrophysics (3), High Energy Astrophysics (3), Fluid Mechanics (3) Astrophysics Laboratory(6), Planetary Science (3), Radiative Processes in Astrophysics (3), Interstellar Medium, Numerical Methods in Astrophysics (3), Statistics in Astrophysics, Neutrino Astrophysics, Gamma-ray Astronomy, Radio Astronomy, Optical/Infrared Astronomy, Advanced Research on Special Topics.

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