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UNT's Bachelor of Science in Physics with a concentration in astrophysics provides you the flexibility to pursue a physics degree with an emphasis in astronomy study.
This concentration emphasizes the understanding of universe and space through related coursework and research in astrophysics. While you explore your interest in astronomy, the courses help hone your analytical, math and communication skills for careers working with students, clients and co-workers with backgrounds in other fields.
Physicists use math, problem solving experience, analytical skills and their imaginations to study the structure and interaction of matter and energy — the way things work. This information is important in:
Graduates are employed in various research and management careers in business, education, the armed forces, the government, national laboratories and NASA. For example, you may work for a company that develops new electronic devices, teach high school physics or work for a research laboratory furthering the exploration and use of space.