Academics & Advising
Our goal is to prepare physics majors with the problem-solving abilities and analytical skills necessary to succeed in technical careers as well as careers in policy and finance.
The physics' department's small size ensures students receive personalized attention from faculty. In addition, our professors have developed academic excellence workshops for students who might benefit from team-oriented problem-solving sessions.
An undergraduate degree in physics can help prepare students for graduate academic work or careers in teaching, science communications and computer engineering.
Looking for Career Advice?
Science and math majors can contact Kimberly English for career advising, help with internship applications, resume preparation and graduate school scouting.
Contact Patricia Hickman for student-centered advising in the areas of networking, careers in research and development, job opportunities and connecting with alumni.
DU's career portal communicates upcoming workshops, exciting professional networking opportunities on campus, job and internship fairs and tips for career-focused students to get ahead.