Physics—where innovation and understanding become a unified front.
Did you know that physicists developed the underlying technology for cell phones, computers, and tablets? They also created the image sensors used in cameras, magnetic storage in hard drives, the MRI—the list goes on, but you get the picture.
B.S. in Physics: Computational Physics
If you have an interest in computation and computational mathematical modeling of physical systems, look no further than this degree. You’ll take courses in quantum mechanics, multivariate calculus, optics, and electric and magnetic fields, in addition to courses tailored to your chosen specialization in computation, computer science, or mathematics.
- Development of analytical-thinking and research skills
- Experience with circuit design, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and microcontrollers for instrumentation development
- Understanding of the importance of experimentation and data analysis
- Support from the Mastodon community
- A prestigious Purdue degree
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Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:
- Have the skills to enter a career involving computers, data analysis, or modeling
- Ability to pursue graduate education in physics, engineering, or materials science
- Data Scientist
- Design Engineer
- Materials Scientist
- Medical Physicist
- Optical or Laser Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Technical Specialist