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Career Preparation


The most obvious career tracks for Physics majors include secondary education, technical support for research & development activities, sales representative for "high-tech" companies, technical or scientific writing, and a variety of computer application and support opportunities. However, a degree in Physics provides strong preparation for any career where analytical and computation skills are important, such as economic analysis and actuarial work.

What can I do with a degree in Physics?

Career and Academic Planning

Many students choose to purse graduate study in physics, engineering, law, medicine or business.

Questions to ask about graduate programs

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