Uncover the mysteries of nature, probe the far reaches of space and the depths of the ocean, and meet our planet's environmental challenges. As a physicist, you can investigate the structure of the atom, design and program computers, solve environmental problems, and develop new manufacturing materials.

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Physicists lead some of the world's major technology companies and research institutes, paving the way for technological innovations such as lasers, solar cells, electric cars, medical diagnostics, and computers.

The powerful array of technical skills you'll acquire as a physics major will prepare you for a career in many areas of theoretical and applied science. You'll be ready to assume leadership roles in industry, business, and government or explore the fields of materials science, biophysics, geophysics, oceanography, and medical physics.

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Grant O'Rielly

Associate Professor
Physics
Science and Engineering 306 A

508-999-8483
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