The Department of Physics offers a bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts degree in physics, and a master of science degree in physics, as well as a master of science degree in materials physics. A multidisciplinary PhD in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization is also available to students who complete the Master's segree. Faculty in the department pursue a variety of research interests, with general areas of focus on Materials Physics, and Physics Education Research. The department also makes a strong effort to engage all students, both undergraduate and graduate, in supporting both the teaching and research missions of the department. For more information on particular aspects of the department, please follow the links on this page.