Curious about the laws of nature? You've come to the right place!

An undergraduate degree in Physics and Astronomy will immerse you in ideas ranging from curiosity-driven theories about the universe to practical applications in materials research and medicine. Explore fundamental questions, such as how stars and planets form, how medical physics develops diagnostic toolkits for cancer treatment, how we track meteors falling to earth, or how we are developing next-generation technology such as nanofabrication, optoelectronic devices, and biomaterials.

Faculty and Staff in the Department of Physics & Astronomy provide an educational environment for the next generation of scientists and will help you thrive throughout your degree and beyond. As an undergraduate student, you will not only learn from the best, but also have opportunities to participate in research, internships, and community outreach.