536: Engineering Acoustics PhD - NPS Online
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Physics jointly sponsor an interdisciplinary program in Engineering Acoustics leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree. Areas of special strength in the departments are physical acoustics, underwater acoustics, acoustic signal processing, and acoustic communications. A noteworthy feature of this program is that a portion of the student's research may be conducted away from the Naval Postgraduate School at a cooperating laboratory or other federal government installation. The degree requirements and examinations are as outlined under the general school requirements for the doctorate degree. In addition to the school requirements, the departments require a preliminary examination to show evidence of acceptability as a doctoral student.
The following are eligible for this offering:
- Naval Officers
- DON Civilians
- DOD Civilians
- Defense Contractors
- Non-DOD Federal Employees
- International military personnel
- International non-military personnel
Requirements for Entry
- Bachelor of Science in engineering or physical science
- GPA of 3.0 or better
- Completion of calculus through differential equations with an average of B or better
- Completion of calculus-based physics sequence with an average of B or better
Tuition & Service Obligation
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An applicant to the Ph.D. program who is not already a student at NPS should submit transcripts of previous academic and professional work, plus results of a current Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test, to the Director of Admissions, Code 01C3, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California 93943-5100.
08 Jan 2024
Spring Quarter applications due
01 Apr 2024
Summer Quarter applications due
08 Jul 2024
Fall Quarter applications due