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Bachelor of Science (Physics)

  • Study mode
    Physics is studied on campus.
  • Program rating
    The object of the program in Physics is to get you to think critically about the world and how things work, combining principles in both physics and mathematics. Specialisations can be in either of these two fields, or in chemical physics.
  • Aimed at
    Those interested in studying physics and nature at its most fundamental level.
  • Employability
    After studying physics, fields such as teaching, management consulting, astronomy, medical technology, telecommunications, new materials research, metrology and synchrotron science are possible career paths. Physics graduates can be employed in research and development, sales and senior management positions.
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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Physics)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Physics
                
    First year

    Physics 1     
    Calculus 2     
    Chemistry     
    The Ecological History of Humankind
    Physics 2: Physical Science and Technology     
    Linear Algebra     
    Chemistry     
    Introducing Australian Indigenous Studies

    Second year
    Quantum Physics and Special Relativity     
    Thermal and Classical Physics     

    Real Analysis with Applications     
    Logic: Language and Information
    Electromagnetism and Optics     
    Vector Calculus     
    Chemistry     
    Learning Cultures

    Third year
    Quantum Physics     
    Physics Laboratory  
       
    Chemistry     
    Indigenous Experiences of Colonisation
    Statistical Physics     
    Subatomic Physics
        
    Chemistry     
    Critical Thinking with Statistics and Data

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