As a physics student at the University of Texas at Dallas, you’ll learn from and work alongside our world-renowned experts in cosmology, sun and climate studies and space sciences, particle and high-energy physics, nanotechnology, materials science and other areas. In addition to overseeing projects at cutting-edge research laboratories on campus, our faculty members also have ongoing projects with NASA and conduct research at physics facilities worldwide, including the Large Hadron Collider.
The Department of Physics provides a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses and degree plans, as well as research opportunities in several fields. The UT Dallas physics program enjoys close and enthusiastic collaborations with other departments on campus, including electrical engineering, bioengineering, biology, chemistry, geosciences, computer science and the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Whether you’re interested in a career in academia, industry, business or education, a degree from the Department of Physics at UT Dallas can help broaden your horizons and enhance your opportunities.