Physics has led to discoveries and inventions that profoundly affect how we all live. It also provides much of the conceptual foundation and instrumentation essential to astronomy, engineering, and other sciences. The physics curriculum at Drew is designed for flexibility. The department encourages all students to choose courses that suit their interests and goals. Students also freely elect supplemental experiences beyond the classroom, such as paid internships, off- or on-campus research, and independent study projects. Many Drew physics majors choose to continue their studies by pursuing a Ph.D. in physics. Other physics majors choose postgraduate training in engineering, law, medicine, or education, or choose to directly enter the workforce after college. The logical thinking and problem-solving skills learned in the study of physics serve our students well in a wide range of post-college endeavors.
Secondary/high school diploma In-country equivalent of 3.0 high school GPA on a 4.0 scale