Bachelor of Science (BS) in Physics with Concentration in Computational Physics

The Computational Physics track of ACU's Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Physics focuses on the understanding and use of numerical algorithms to solve complex problems in physics, astronomy, mathematics, computer science or engineering. In addition to their general physics courses, Computational Physics majors study additional topics in mathematics and computer science to prepare them for graduate study, research and careers in this field.

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Course Descriptions: PHYS, MATH, CS

ACU Undergrads at National Labs
ACU's engineering and physics students help conduct nuclear physics research at national labs each summer. See their experiences at Fermilab and Brookhaven.
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