Distant learning at College of Optical Science of Arizona University : Reinforce your skill in Optics or apply to M.S. or Ph.D. degree

About 70 distant lectures are proposed such as Visual Optics, Introductory Optomechanical Engineering, Advanced Lens Design, Holography and Diffractive Optics, Mathematical Methods for Optics and Photonics. Enrolled distance learning students have access to their Course Videos thanks to a login. Moreover, several highly regarded degree programs are available entirely online or with very limited residency requirements such as Doctor of Philosophy in Optical Sciences, Professional Graduate Certificate in Optical Sciences or Master of Science in Optical Sciences.Distance students can also apply for nondegree status. Up to six units completed in nondegree status may apply toward the Graduate Certificate; up to 12 units may apply to an M.S. or Ph.D. degree. Tuition for the College of Optical Sciences distance learning courses is now a charge about 1500 $ per unit for all students in an optical sciences graduate program, regardless of residency. See more on distant learning at http://www.optics.arizona.edu/academics/distance-learning or contact Cindy Robertson , the Distance Learning Program Coordinator (cindyr@optics.arizona.edu).

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