Learning Opportunities in Physics

Learning Opportunities in Physics

Interactive and interdisciplinary

At University of the Sciences we get you out of the classroom and into the laboratory, where you roll up your sleeves and work on the latest instruments right alongside faculty members who guide you every step of the way. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of physics, you have the chance to collaborate closely with students and faculty from other departments and programs, including pharmaceutical sciences, cell biology, biotechnology, bioinformatics and other leading-edge scientific fields. The result is a rich, hands-on experience that immerses you in the varied demands of technological careers.

Tracks that reflect the times

Biophysics and materials sciences are among the emerging subdisciplines of physics. These fields are producing some of the most exciting advances in research today. At University of the Sciences, you can customize your curriculum along biophysics, medical physics, pre-med, astrophysics, and materials science tracks, allowing you to specialize in growing areas where opportunities are plentiful.

An active department

The Department of Mathematics, Physics and Statistics and the physics program are proud to present numerous cocurricular opportunities to supplement your classroom and laboratory instruction.

Faculty Research

Physics faculty in the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Statistics supplement their hands-on classroom instruction with advanced research in many of the field’s most prominent areas, including materials science and nanotechnology. They also collaborate with faculty members at other regional and national universities. Often students assist them in these efforts.

Technology in Action

Physicists do their work using the most sophisticated of instruments, and your physics education at University of the Sciences will put you in the laboratory to learn how to use these devices.

Learning Outcomes

Each program at USciences has developed student learning goals. Graduates of the physics program will achieve these learning outcomes.

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