The importance of physics in the intellectual and economic life of the 21st century is clear to thoughtful individuals. The increased use of complex technologies in microelectronics, environmental physics, optics, space and renewable energies, defense, health care, nanotechnology, manufacturing and other industries provides ample evidence that the value of understanding physics will continue to increase for individuals and society.
Are you interested in taking Algebra-Based Physics I and II over summer? If so, please see a flyer for these courses here! Algebra-Based Physics I and II will both be offered during the Summer 2016 semester.
Congratulations to the UNF Society of Physics Students club for being awarded the title of Distinguished SPS Chapter for 2014-2015 by the Society of Physics Students National Council!
Are you considering going to medical or law school? A physics degree is a great way to prepare for these professional schools. Click here to see how physics students did on the MCAT and LSAT exams!
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The Physics Department at UNF endeavors to create learning opportunities for our students, as evidenced by the launch of these initiatives:
For the Physics Internship Program, see the Chair of the Department of Physics. Also, note that the host internship and student internship application forms are linked on this page to the top right under "Helfpul Links".
Many UNF physics graduates have continued their studies in graduate or professional schools, including the likes of University of Utah, Rice University, Stanford University, Ohio State University, Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University, University of California-Berkeley, Cologne University in Germany, University of Florida, Florida State University, Mayo Clinic Medical College, and the American University of Beirut. Other graduates have taken positions in national laboratories (Los Alamos, NASA), the military, private industry (e.g., Vistakon, Saft Battery, General Electric, Lockheed Martin, etc.) and secondary teaching (e.g., Stanton College Preparatory School, Paxon School of Advanced Studies, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, etc.).
Our faculty are noted researchers and contribute regularly to the community at large.
The department has an extraordinary array of major research instruments for a comprehensive university of UNF’s size. The equipment is valued at well over $3 million dollars:
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