Physics is considered a foundation science for other sciences such as chemistry and astrophysics and for applied fields like engineering. By completing a physics major or minor, you will develop strong analytical and problem-solving skills that are useful in a wide range of possible applications and careers.
Most of our recent graduates go on to graduate school in physics, engineering, astronomy, mathematics or education. Other recent graduates have gone to medical school, joined research laboratories or become high school teachers.
Many physics students at Concordia have presented their research at national conferences after participating in experiments at research universities, government labs and private institutes that will give you a head start on a career or acceptance into a graduate program.