What You’ll Learn
In our Physics, B.S. program, you'll learn the advanced mathematical skills you'll need to analyze complex physical systems and solve tough problems in physics and other quantitative fields like data science and finance.
Our program features small classes taught by outstanding faculty, who infuse their courses and research with cutting-edge computational tools and engaging visualizations.
Apply your knowledge to research in our well-equipped laboratories, featuring state-of-the-art optical microscopy, imaging technology, robotics, and rapid prototyping, or at local institutions such as the Museum of Natural History. Work one-on-one with faculty who are active researchers with expertise in string theory, plasma physics, quantum informatics, solid-state physics, astrophysics, biophysics, and imaging.
Student entrepreneurs will have the support of faculty from the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences and the Schools of Management and Architecture and Design. And if you're interested in biomedical sciences, our College of Osteopathic Medicine provides access to exceptional faculty and research opportunities.
- Professional physicist
- Climate scientist
- Computer scientist
- Medical physicist/technician
- Quantitative analyst
- Science policy analyst
- Science teacher