Physics is a fundamental science and the foundation of engineering and other applied sciences. Physics is also utilised in an enormous variety of other disciplines ranging from climate studies to financial systems. Physicists have a very solid knowledge of the physical universe and apply this knowledge to initiate new and innovative ideas to further human development. They also solve complex problems and develop models to better understand and predict the behaviour of intricate systems.Physicists contribute solutions in a broad range of areas, from everyday concerns in public health and safety to cutting edge advances such as the discovery of the Higgs boson.Physics teaches you highly transferable skills that enable analysis and optimisation across many industries. You'll learn problem-solving, critical thinking and analytical skills that are in demand across all government and private sectors. Studying physics is a passport to work anywhere in the world.You can choose from two study options:Basic Physics program designed with a minimum of compulsory subjects combined with elective subjects, or a second major in another discipline
Full Physics program if you plan to undertake Honours and want to pursue a career as a professional physicist.
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