A Natural Science
Physicists are relationship experts. It’s their job to explore one of the most fundamental relationships of all – the one between matter and energy. Physicists help us understand the world at its most fundamental level, from the smallest particles to the universe itself.
Physics has broad applications in a number of fields. Physics grads are invaluable in industries dealing with nuclear energy, electronics, communications, aerospace, medical instrumentation and more.
We OfferMajors often choose physics as a double major with another discipline such as math, chemistry or computer science.
Physics is a department within the College of Arts & Sciences, the University’s oldest academic unit. The College of Arts & Sciences provides the foundation for all of the University’s undergraduate students and offers outstanding preparation for graduate and professional programs.
|Physics Department Director
Christina Keller, Professor