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The Ph.D. Program in Physics provides students with opportunities to pursue original research along with a sound background in the fundamentals of physics. Students may choose a research specialization from the principal areas of modern theoretical and experimental physics.
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The Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy, which awards the DPT, is designed to prepare students to become clinician-scientists who can perform all aspects of physical therapy practice and conduct clinical research.
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The interdisciplinary science of biochemistry draws on fundamental chemical theory and research techniques as the basis for explorations into problems of biology. Students participate in research early in their graduate work, preferably in the first year of study, and engage in a broadly based seminar and colloquium program.
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The CUNY Institute for Software Design and Development promotes economic development in New York City and encourages the growth of the New York software industry. Specifically, CISDD pairs CUNY's experienced faculty members with software industry professionals and governmental institutions to sponsor and develop the research and creation of new and marketable software technologies, provides specialized professional development courses, creates job opportunities and continues to build CUNY's reputation as a software center in New York.
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