What makes our program really great is that you will have a small class and total access to us. Our advanced classes usually consist of about 10 to 15 students.

We also offer research opportunities for you, no matter what year you are. The research we do vary from nuclear to physics education to applied electronics to computer applications. Our faculty is always involved in something, to not only better themselves, but help you get a glimpse of what this career is like.

Our department is all about hands-on experience. Whether that is internships or doing research, we don’t want you to be the observer all the time.

We’ve sent some of our students to Arizona to get a better look at things through the telescope run by the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA). There is always something to tackle in our Center for Computational Nanoscience, which focuses on computational science in the areas of nanoscience and nanotechnology, integrating research and education.