Uncover Mysteries of Matter
Physics is a natural science that investigates the nature and properties of matter and energy in an effort to understand the behavior of the universe. You’ll work directly with faculty on original research projects, intern in national laboratories and institutes, and be equipped to succeed in a variety of physics disciplines.
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Curriculum and Courses
Through our degree programs, all physics majors will become proficient in mathematics (at least through calculus) and in programming computers. In addition, our majors develop skills in electronics and advanced laboratory techniques.
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About 60 percent of our physics graduates attend graduate or professional school, specializing in physics, engineering, business, law, education, or medicine. After further education, other careers include those in computational science or the physical sciences such as meteorology or oceanography.
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Your college experience here will be one of the most exciting times of your life. To make sure of this, we’ll provide you with a powerful support system.
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of 2018-2019 graduates who were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
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Miami makes research very accessible to undergraduates. This is not always the case at a lot of universities. Much of what I have learned has been through that practical experience.
Joseph Converse ’20
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