Start a Career in |Quantum⟩

MS in Physics with QISE Concentration

Students in physics, engineering, mathematics, chemistry, computing, and relevant areas are welcome to apply

  • No quantum prerequisites are required.
  • 2-year program with industry/research internship
  • Training in systems engineering principles
Internship opportunities in:
  • Quantum computing
  • Quantum sensing
  • Quantum algorithms
  • Quantum materials

Why Quantum?

The next generation of computing, communication, and sensing technologies will use quantum physics to achieve transformative improvements in performance. Presently, there is a shortage of scientists and engineers with quantum expertise. Both large and small companies are actively seeking employees with the skills to lead this new technological revolution. Come build your credentials to work in this exciting field!

More about Mason

George Mason University is Virginia’s largest public research university and is designated as an R-1 institution. The campus, on 677 acres within 25 minutes of downtown Washington, D.C., offers academic programs in nine colleges and schools.

→Program information is available here.