UMass Lowell's Department of Physics has an undergraduate major that results in a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree and two graduate degree programs: Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctorate in Physics (Ph.D.). Follow the links for more information about these programs and to see the course listings. See where a degree in Physics can take you.
Nazeli Acosta won a State Department Scholarship to study rural health care in the Dominican Republic.
George Geddes will be among the hundreds of scientists in Carbondale, Ill., to view and conduct experiments during the eclipse.
Bob Giles' Submillimeter Wave Technology Laboratory brings in $5 million per year and his biomedical imaging research will help cancer patients, but its his work in Haiti that is close to his heart.
An expert in geophysics and solar plasma physics, Paul Song directs UMass Lowell’s Space Science Laboratory.