The Bachelor of Science in Physics program at Lawrence Technological University offers you excellent preparation for immediate employment in this competitive field, as well as for advanced study. Courses such as classical and contemporary physics, quantum mechanics, thermal and condensed matter physics, electricity and magnetism, and nuclear physics can prepare you for work in industry and in fundamental and applied research. The physics curriculum incorporates computer technology throughout the range of courses and state-of-the-art computerized labs allow analysis of data gathered with interfaced sensors.
Opportunities for hands-on experiences abound - you will have the opportunity to participate in internships at such well-known national facilities as the Argonne, Los Alamos, and Oak Ridge National Laboratories, Fermilab, and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and as a senior you will complete an individualized research project. The depth of the program also can give you a competitive edge when applying to highly regarded graduate programs in physics, law, or medicine.