¿Qué aprenderé?

The Physics department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in physics with a concentration in astronomy and astrophysics.

Explore your interests in the universe and uncover the mysteries of nature. Probe the far reaches of space and the depths of the ocean and meet our planet's environmental challenges. You'll learn the observational and analytical methods astronomers use to study the cosmos, as well as the physics behind celestial phenomena.

The powerful array of technical skills you'll acquire as a physics major will prepare you for a career in many areas of theoretical and applied science. You'll be ready to assume leadership roles in industry, business, and government or explore the fields of materials science, biophysics, geophysics, oceanography, and medical physics.

As a physicist, you can investigate the structure of the atom, design and program computers, solve environmental problems, and develop new manufacturing materials. Physicists lead some of the world's major technology companies and research institutes, paving the way for technological innovations such as lasers, solar cells, electric cars, medical diagnostics, and computers.

Physics major

Our curriculum covers all of the core fields of physics: classical and quantum mechanics, electricity and magnetism, modern physics and relativity, optics, thermodynamics, and solid state physics.

As a physics major, you will: apply critical thinking, computer, and electronic skills to solve problems; develop the mathematical analysis and technical writing skills potential employers are seeking; train in advanced laboratory techniques, computer simulation, and numerical modeling.

For the BS in physics, you'll complete at least 45 credits in physics courses and a total of 120 credits overall.

Astronomy/Astrophysics concentration

Explore your interests in the universe by choosing the astronomy/astrophysics concentration of our bachelor's degree program. You'll learn the observational and analytical methods astronomers use to study the cosmos, as well as the physics behind celestial phenomena.

UMassD advantages

Experience: participate in internship programs to gain valuable experience with regional industries, often while also earning money for college

Community: join organizations such as the Physics Club, the Society of Women Engineers, the National Society of Black Engineers, and Engineers Without Borders

New initiatives: collaborate, create, and explore at our IDEA Studio and the Center for Scientific Computing and Visualization Research

Capstone projects: students work on capstone projects, engaging with faculty members on a research topics

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

College of Engineering

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (120 horas de crédito)

Costos de estudio
US$30.673,00 por año
Fecha de inicio

27 Diciembre 2021, 18 Enero 2022

Lugar

College of Engineering

Dion Building, Room 326,

285 Old Westport Road,

DARTMOUTH,

Massachusetts,

02747, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Students must have a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 and a major GPA of at least 3.00 at the time of application.

Para estudiantes internacionales

Student must have a secondary and/or post-secondary transcript.

English Language Proficiency

All non-native speakers of English must demonstrate English language proficiency and are required to submit TOEFL (79), IELTS (6.5) or PTE (53) scores.

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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