B.S. in Physics
Minor in Physics
Physics provides the foundation from which all other sciences grow. The study of physics is the endeavor to understand and define the properties of
energy and matter — the building blocks of the universe. Advances in science and technology, including spaceflight, lasers, transistors, MRI devices,
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
in using one of UT’s computerized telescopes.
What Will You Learn?
UT’s Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and
Physics offers students a comprehensive program
of study in physics and astronomy. The B.S. in
physics is designed to prepare students not only
for advanced studies at the graduate level but also
to provide important problem-solving an College of Natural and Health Sciences Physics College of Natural and Health Sciences Physics