Physics is the study of the fundamental processes of our Universe, and its laws underpin the other natural sciences. Advances in Physics often affect other disciplines, leading to new technologies or new methods such as innovative ways to fight disease.
Our highly flexible Physics programme reflects this central role. The course content is broad, covering all aspects of Physics from the very basics to the current frontiers of knowledge. Throughout the degree, the emphasis on analysis, problem solving and practical work will give you skills suitable for a wide range of careers, in experimental Physics research, industry, finance and the public sector.
Key information & entry requirements
- BSc entry requirements (on main University website)
- MPhys entry requirements (on main University website)
Degree structure & content
Degree Programme Tables are published by the University and provide full details of the structure and content of each degree programme.