Physics is fundamental to all natural sciences and plays a central role in the development of new technologies. Physicists apply the laws of physics to contribute to fields such as astronomy, biology, communications, electronics and engineering.
In the Physics major, you’ll become knowledgeable about fundamental physics concepts and principles, and develop skills in problem solving, numerical analysis, lab techniques, technical writing and oral communication. As you explore basic questions about the intrinsic laws of the universe and learn how physics is applied to interdisciplinary fields, you’ll apply core physical principles, and relevant core mathematical concepts and computational techniques to solve complex problems. You’ll also learn how to identify opportunities for and conduct research projects in physics – perhaps opening a window on an area of interest for your future career.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 83
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