This degree provides you with a good general knowledge of Physics with an emphasis on theoretical aspects. The degree’s emphasis is on the formulation and solving of Physics problems, and its coverage of most areas of Classical and Quantum Physics equips students with the skills required for a wide range of careers, postgraduate research or any numerate discipline. In particular our graduates are highly sought after for jobs in computing, manufacturing industry, finance, accountancy, teaching 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
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