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.
Silas Laycock researches black holes, neutron stars and time-domain astrophysics.
Astrophysicist Timothy Cook believes dust may hold the key to understanding the universe.
David Entwistle strives to make student experiences at UMass Lowell as successful as his and hopes he leaves a lasting legacy.
A typical day for Vikram Singh Prasher is filled with studying, attending classes, conducting research, interviewing for jobs and working with the American Physics Society. He thrives on the jam-packed schedule, and on the relationships he’s developed at UMass Lowell.