Many other majors, including engineering, chemistry and mathematics, require physics coursework. Our master's and doctoral programs prepare student researchers for careers in industry, academia and national laboratories, with concentrations in atomic and nuclear physics, with potential applications in astrophysics; condensed matter physics and material physics; physics education; and applied work in conjunction with the College of Engineering. Faculty and students conduct research in many fields, with both theoretical and experimental emphasis.


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Physics Dissertations

Physics Honors Theses

Physics Master's Theses

Physics Newsletter

Physics Research Reports