What can you do after graduation?
- Nuclear Physicist
- Technology Director
- Forensic Scientist
- Particle Accelerator Operations Analyst
“What kind of jobs can I get with a physics degree?”
Physics degree jobs are as varied as they are exciting and challenging. Physicist, metallurgist, forensic scientist and nuclear physicist are just a few of the careers a B.S. physics degree can prepare you for.
You could work in space travel or design methods for medical imaging. Harnessing the power of physics has revolutionized our lives, and studying this exciting branch of science will prepare you for advanced studies in engineering, computer science, mathematics or medicine--or for careers in industry or education.
Medical Physics (PHYS-PHYM)
Engineering Science Technology (PHYS-PHET)
Engineering Physics (PHYS-PHYN)
Computational Physics (PHYS-PHYC)
Electives: 2-39 credit hours
Total Required: 128 credit hours*
University Requirements: 56 credit hours
Major Requirements: 33-70 credit hours (Choice of 5 tracks)
*Based on track selection
Electricity and Magnetism
Engineering and Physics
Early Action: November 1st
Regular: February 1st
National Candidates: May 1st