BS in Chemical Physics Susquehanna University
Chemistry + physics + math
Combine your love of physics, interest in chemistry, and outstanding math skills into career opportunities with exciting growth potential. Chemical physics is the perfect major if you’re interested in how our world works on a chemical level but don’t want to pursue a double major.
Chemical physics graduates have a variety of career options that span many industries:
- Material engineering
- Physics and/or chemistry research
Expanded educational opportunities
You will develop a firm foundation in the fundamentals and applications of chemical theories in the physical world and be ready to pursue an advanced degree in physics, chemistry, chemical physics, theoretical chemistry/physics, or biophysics.
You can choose from a selection of upper-level courses that expose you to spectroscopic, computational, instrumental, and mathematical methods. You will also gain analytical, critical thinking, scientific writing, and oral communication skills.
Important topics like quantum mechanics and thermodynamics will be viewed through a broader context by examining them from both chemical and physical perspectives.
And you’ll have access to state-of-the-art facilities with more than $1 million in instrumentation.
Broad competitive edge
Get involved in research with chemistry and physics faculty beginning your first semester, and graduate having had opportunities to co-author research papers or travel to or present at national conferences.
With this broad education in chemistry, physics, and math, you’ll be highly marketable to graduate school programs and prospective employers.
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