Thiel College
Physics
Physics

Physics is not a specialty only for “science nerds”; it prepares you for careers in many fields, including industry work, engineering, research, teaching, government, medicine and areas of law and finance.  You’ll be able to personalize the timing and sequence of most upper-level physics courses.

The engineering program divides your time between Thiel, where you’ll spend three years studying physics within a liberal arts curriculum, and Case Western Reserve University or the University of Pittsburgh, where you’ll study specialized engineering courses for two years.

By studying physics at Thiel College, you’ll be able to:

  • Enjoy individual attention and support with small class sizes
  • Work with qualified professors
  • Gain practical experience by spending time in the labs to perfect analytical and practical skills