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<br /> College of Natural and Health Sciences<br /> Physics<br /> <br /> B.S. in Physics<br /> Minor in Physics<br /> Physics provides the foundation from which all other sciences grow. The study of physics is the endeavor to understand and define the properties of<br /> energy and matter — the building blocks of the universe. Advances in science and technology, including spaceflight, lasers, transistors, MRI devices,<br /> prosthetic limbs and other wonders of the modern age, are all rooted in the study of physics. Above, associate professor Simon Schuler assists a student<br /> in using one of UT’s computerized telescopes.<br /> What Will You Learn?<br /> UT’s Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and<br /> Physics offers students a comprehensive program<br /> of study in physics and astronomy. The B.S. in<br /> physics is designed to prepare students not only<br /> for advanced studies at the graduate level but also<br /> to provide important problem-solving an<a title="Flyer-Physics-2019 page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/8864f6eb?page=1"> College of Natural and Health Sciences Physics </a> <a title="Flyer-Physics-2019 page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/8864f6eb?page=2"> College of Natural and Health Sciences Physics </a>