Graduating Students 2013.
Juniors and Seniors, 2013.
The study of
physics incorporates a variety of other disciplines and fields. The
USF physics curriculum opens up multiple paths for subsequent
development, including graduate studies in science (physics, astronomy,
math, chemistry, biology, etc), engineering, medicine, law, and other
Our major and minor curricula focuses on preparation within the physical
sciences, as well as an astronomy minor for non-science majors. USF
Physics, additionally, provides the basis for students interested in a
3/2 physics & engineering dual undergraduate degree program, in conjunction with
University of Southern California.
Our Department offers:
- An exciting learning environment with courses covering most major areas of physics and astronomy.
- Student research opportunities in the many fascinating programs advanced by our faculty.
- An enriching and supportive community of students and faculty.
Join our program: if you are willing to work hard, the sky is the limit!
Click here to see the Physics Department Program Outcomes.