If you are passionate about how things work and enjoy science experiments and mathematics, you should study physics, the study of the universe, from the largest galaxies to matter itself.
Physics and technologies developed by physicists play an important role in chemistry, biology, medicine, electronics, geology and in the applied fields of optics, nanotechnology, computer science and engineering.
His concepts, from relativity to quantum mechanics, defy imagination. A physical education not only develops problem-solving skills, but also provides a firm understanding of basic science and the ability to apply and adapt that knowledge in the workplace.
The UCC program offers an excellent education in experimental and theoretical physics.
Physics and technologies developed by physicists play an important role in atmospheric science, chemistry, biology, medicine, electronics, geology, energy, optics, nanotechnology, computer science and engineering.
A physics education provides problem-solving, analytical, computational, mathematical and IT skills and can lead to a wide range of careers.
You’ll enter the job market with a first-class numbering degree from one of the strongest math science departments in the country.
The emphasis on developing problem-solving skills in a variety of disciplines is highly appreciated by employers. Our students have an excellent track record in both post-graduation professional development and graduate study.
We have strong links with local, national and international companies, as well as a strong international reputation for research, which will add value to your title.