The program of study in physics leading to a Bachelor of Science degree provides students with the opportunity to pursue a major field of concentration in physics with the necessary specialization to succeed in a wide array of post-baccalaureate opportunities. Department of Physics informational brochure (PDF) »
The study of physics is a good choice for students desiring positions in industry that are on the cutting edge of engineering and science. For example, physics researchers are using lasers to detect biological and chemical agents, analyzing cell-based communications to learn how heart disease occurs, and testing pigments to authenticate works of art. This science is a keystone of technological progress; it also underlies all of engineering, and it is a useful second major for those pursuing degrees in mathematics, electrical or mechanical engineering technology. All of our physics students receive job offers that put them in the front lines of fascinating careers and maximize their earnings potential.
- Feb21Big Data Lecture Series Time: 05:00 pm Location: Clendenin Building, CL 1009
- Feb22Molecular Biosciences Interest Group (MBIG) Time: 01:25 pm Location: Clendenin Building, CL 1008
- Feb26National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) - Deadline for Early Registration Time: All-day Event Location: TBD