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Physics and Computer Science (Joint Major)

Group : Physical, Earth, Math & Computer Sciences
Can be taken as: Major

The Joint Major in Physics and Computer Science is designed to give motivated students the opportunity to combine the two fields in a way that will distinguish them from the graduates of either field by itself. The two disciplines complement each other, with physics providing an analytic problem-solving outlook and basic understanding of nature, while computer science enhances the ability to make practical and marketable applications, in addition to having its own theoretical interest. Graduates of this program may be able to present themselves as being more immediately useful than a pure physics major, but with more breadth than just a programmer.

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DETAILED PROGRAM OUTLINE:

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Major Physics and Computer Science (66 Credits)