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Discoveries from physics have revolutionized the world and will certainly continue to do so. The area of physics covers such intriguing topics as lasers, superconductors, black holes, quantum computers, big bang theory, relativity, and the list goes on and on. It also covers more basic but still fascinating topics such as why the sky is blue, why sunsets are red, and why ice floats. In short, physicists are explorers trying to understand the world around them.

A BS in Physics prepares you for employment in industrial research or for further graduate studies in physics or related fields, including astrophysics, optics, biophysics, engineering, or medicine. You'll receive training in problem-solving skills that are universal and indispensable.

Physics, BS

A basic Physics degree that provides greater flexibility in your studies.


Physics, BS - Applied & Theoretical Physics Concentration

Physics has long been recognized as the true fundamental science, and the curriculum leading to the Applied and Theoretical Concentration guarantees that the student is exposed to all aspects of both fields. This program of study is designed specifically for the undergraduate student who wishes to pursue a graduate degree in physics.


Physics, BS - Astronomy & Astrophysics Concentration

The fields of astronomy and astrophysics have seen great advances over the centuries, and especially over the last few decades. Students study the nature and behavior of our Universe through basic astronomy and astrophysics, stellar and galactic structure, high-energy astrophysics, general relativity and cosmology. 


Physics, BS - Optics Concentration

Optics is a multidisciplinary field with strong exposure to geometrical optics, physical optics, optical instruments, and interference and diffraction, as well as more contemporary topics such as polarimetry, optoelectronics, lasers, optical sources and detectors, and radiometry.


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