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Optical physics studies the interactions of light with atoms, molecules and semiconductor systems in different contexts. For these reasons, the nature of bodily forces or tendencies is a philosophical question of much interest in the study of Descartes' physics. Specific course requirements for the master’s degree are determined in consultation with the program adviser, but must include four of the six core courses listed below.

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