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Each degree program offers students the flexibility to explore:
These courses also will help hone your analytical, math and communication skills for careers working with students, clients and co-workers with backgrounds in other fields. As you progress toward your degree, you can specialize in condensed matter physics, optics, astrophysics or computer-based physics.
This degree program offers graduate students the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment in modern research laboratories, such as:
In addition, students have access to campus research facilities such as:
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.
A major in Physics can also prepare you for medical school or a graduate program in Physics or a related field.