The MS in Physics is a graduate level program offered by The Physics Department of ODU. It has strong research groups in experimental and theoretical nuclear and particle physics, experimental and theoretical atomic and few-body physics, accelerator physics, theoretical condensed matter physics, materials science and geophysics. The Department is comprised of 22 tenured or tenure-track faculty and six special appointment "Jefferson Lab Professors" and is supported by substantial external, peer-reviewed research grant support as well as state funds. Thirteen faculty members are Fellows of the American Physical Society. All of these help graduate students achieve the most out of their master degree.
Online or on-campus, part-time or full-time; the 40-credit hour, modular Master of Business Administration program offers unique opportunities to give students an edge and accelerate their career in an ever-changing and increasingly global business environment on their own terms. The program is flexible and can be done completely online, on-campus or as a blend of both in as little as 21 months. It has a contemporary curriculum with global perspective taught by industry-experienced, Ph.D. prepared faculty. The program is AACSB accredited, and highly ranked.
Aerospace Engineering is offered as a minor to undergraduates from the Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology. The college promotes the advancement of engineering knowledge, both in creation and dissemination, by providing successful graduates and a continuously improving learning environment to its constituents, while maintaining high ethical, multicultural and global standards. The minor can help students diversify their knowledge and open new career paths for them in the future.