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Undergraduate Studies

Students wanting to pursue a bachelor's degree in physics can seek admissions help from the Office for Prospective Students and the College of Science Dean's Office.

Graduate Studies

Students wanting to pursue graduate degrees in physics should begin the process by applying to the University's Graduate School. Inquiries may also be directed to the Director of Graduate Studies.


Degrees and Programs

Hot air balloon in the forestAtmospheric Science

Atmospheric Sciences encompasses many areas of study that explore the atmosphere's physical characteristics, motions and processes, and how these influence all aspects of the environment and human life.

Chemical Physics student in a labChemical Physics

Chemical physics provides an interdisciplinary curriculum for those students whose primary research interests are in atomic and molecular physics and physical chemistry.

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The study of all fundamental forces and processes from the subatomic to the "astronomic" size scales is the purview of physics.

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