Are you looking to go on to Graduate School after finishing your degree at BYU-Idaho?  Here are some programs and/or websites you might be interested in:

Accredited Schools Online

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AIP's physics graduate school finding website (a paper copy of their catalog is kept in the physics majors room):

GRE preparation suggestions from ETS for the general test:

GRE preparation suggestions from ETS for the physics subject test:

OSU's physics GRE preparation page with many past practice exams:

San Diego State University

Montana State University

Brigham Young University (Provo)

University of Oklahoma

University of Alaska Fairbanks

San Diego State University

Brandeis University

Brandeis has an IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship) grant from the National Science Foundation. The new Brandeis IGERT grant "Geometry and Dynamics" is an interdisciplinary grant in the mathematical/theoretical sciences, based on the fact that much of the mathematical/theoretical work at Brandeis use the same set of techniques and concepts, most especially: the theory of stochastic processes, quantum and statistical field theory, geometry and topology, and the theory of complex dynamical systems.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

The Department of Physical Sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, located in Daytona Beach, FL, seeks applicants for our rapidly expanding graduate program in Engineering Physics.  Full tuition and fees plus a $20,000 fellowship stipend are available for qualified Ph.D. students.  Additional forms of support via TA and RA positions are available for both Ph.D. and M.S. candidates.  Current research areas include astrophysics, atmospheric and space physics, nonlinear dynamics and controls, robotics, ground- and space-based remote sensing, and rocket and satellite instrumentation. The minimum requirement to the program is a bachelor's or master's degree in engineering, physics, astronomy/astrophysics, applied mathematics or related disciplines.

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