Undergraduate and Graduate Offerings

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Undergraduate (BS, BA, MINOR)

Physics involves the study of matter and its motion, energy and force. Physicists strive to understand nature at its fundamental level, from the path of a marble rolling off a table to the collective state of electrons in a superconductor.

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Graduate (PHD, MS)

The Department of Physics offers graduate programs leading to Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Science (MS) degrees. Our mission is to prepare students for successful careers in academia, national laboratories, and industry through rigorous coursework and immersive research.

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4+1 Degree Programs in Physics

Typically, earning a master's degree takes two years. But with Binghamton University's 4+1 degree programs, you can earn your master's degree with just one extra year of classes. You'll finish both your bachelor's degree and your master's degree in a total of five years.

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