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Physics majors get active with abstract concepts. You’ll team with other scientists and engineers to address actual problems. You’ll create solutions for real problems in the world—and you’ll engage with the cultural and social contexts for the issues you’re tackling. You’ll study directly with faculty members instead of graduate assistants. And by graduation, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to adapt to graduate programs and diverse career fields in our complex and evolving world.
Once you graduate, you are qualified for graduate programs in:
Earning this degree also leads to careers in such fields as:
This program also prepares you for success in any field by developing not just your math and science aptitude, but also your communication, teamwork, and creative problem-solving skills. It also prepares you to tackle a range of projects from design to completion.
Our Physics & Engineering graduates are working with these organizations:
Our Physics & Engineering graduates have attended these graduate schools:
“I don’t like the idea of having class with 300 different people. I’d much rather have one-on-one time with professors. The professors in the Physics & Engineering Department really want to help you learn and grow, and they spend countless hours outside of class helping you. This is a school that really cares about each student.”
- Matt Puls, Class of 2010, winner of the Taylor-Gibbons Award for the Outstanding Graduating Senior in Physics
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