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Physics and Engineering Physics

Morehead State offers a number of areas of concentration to students interested in physics, including:

The bachelor's degree in physics provides a solid background in physics and math. Students prepare to enter graduate and/or engineering school or to pursue a career as a professional in industry. The program offers the 3-2 option in which by transferring to an engineering program to complete the last two years, students get a dual degree in physics and engineering.


You can choose from the following options in physics:

Program Requirements

MSU admission requirements

Career Opportunities

A Physics degree is useful for those seeking a career in engineering, environmental science, consulting, industry, government, research, or publishing.  For more information on physics career opportunities, visit  and

MSU's Career Services  offers career planning, interview and resume preparation assistance, internship placement, and services to help you find a job after you graduate.

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