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Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics
As a USciences student, you’ll take courses in all three fields. Each program combines scientific theory with practical applications: You’ll have the chance to gain valuable hands-on experience with our diverse, student-centered faculty, who conduct a variety of innovative research. Our interdisciplinary environment ensures students graduate with the skills and knowledge to compete at top graduate schools and enjoy successful, rewarding careers.
Exploring these vital disciplines can also complement other USciences programs. You’ll leave prepared for a variety of careers and graduate programs in engineering, medical physics, and related areas.
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USciences Awarded $1,500 to Promote Physics
March 22, 2017
Innovative projects aimed at promoting interest in physics among middle and high school students has earned the newly revived USciences chapter of The Society of Physics Students (SPS) nearly $1,000 in awards.
Montgomery County Community College and USciences Sign Transfer Agreement
March 03, 2017
The transfer agreement is open to MCCC students receiving associate of science degrees for transfer into select USciences bachelor's programs.
USciences Joins Philadelphia Research Consortium
March 01, 2017
University of the Sciences joins regional academic institutions to launch the Philadelphia Research Consortium - a preclinical research network for facilitating easy access to the region's robust research enterprise.
World-Renowned Chemistry Professor Receives 2017 Founders' Day Faculty Award of Merit
February 20, 2017
A world-renowned expert in mass spectrometry, Charles McEwen, PhD, the Houghton Professor of Chemistry, was presented the 2017 Faculty Award of Merit during University of the Sciences' 196th Founders' Day Ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017.
At USciences Eleonora Gianti PhD'13 Gained the Tools to Tackle Professional Research
February 03, 2017
Eleonora Gianti PhD'13 was given the opportunity to tackle professional and research challenges as a student in the Biochemistry Graduate Program at USciences.
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