The Theoretical Physics Track is intended for those who wish to pursue physics as a career. Many graduates of this program continue their education with M.S. or Ph.D. work. Others seek immediate employment in industry, government, or university labs. A baccalaureate physics degree is more or less equivalent to a “generalized” engineering degree, and most employers hire such degree holders with this in mind.
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