The Department of Physics offers a bachelor of science degree in Physics.
The B.S. in Physics degree program is designed to provide students with a strong background for a career in industry or government and for further education in graduate school.
Students pursuing their B.S. in Physics are encouraged to also pursue a B.S. degree in Mathematics or Computer Science. In addition, the Department of Physics provides several required courses for students seeking a degree in engineering.
You may seek immediate employment, or you may continue your studies to earn advanced degrees in:
Other sciences (astronomy, meteorology, geophysics, etc.)
Law (in particular patent law)
Medicine (radiology, brain research)