Unravel the laws and forces that govern the entire universe. Start with physics fundamentals before focusing on the area that most fascinates you: astrophysics, geophysics, biomedical physics, physics education, materials science, and more. Working closely with faculty mentors, students develop the kind of competencies—analytical and mathematical skills as well as problem solving, conceptual thinking, and teamwork—necessary for success in many careers.
Small, lab-based courses give you lots of contact with both professors and high-tech instrumentation.
Excellent labs and broad faculty expertise combine to accommodate the interests of nearly every student.
Who else holds a physics degree? Lawyers, doctors, journalists, engineers, teachers, executives—and more!