Motivated applicants who have a B.S. degree in science or engineering from a university of recognized standing are invited to apply for admission to the Master’s degree in medical physics, provided they satisfy the general admission requirements of the Graduate School. Applicants must have a suitable scientiﬁc background to enter the medical physics program demonstrated by the completion of the following KFUPM courses or their equivalent: Methods of Applied Mathematics (MATH 301), Modern Physics (PHYS 212), Experimental Physics I (PHYS 303). Applicants must make up any deﬁciencies in their prior program within two semesters of enrollment. Once accepted in the program, graduate students are required to take a full time course load.