UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
UWRF offers majors and programs that are flexible to accommodate a variety of careers.
Physics: There are two options with this degree program. Option I is recommended as preparation for graduate studies in physics or for industrial research. Option II is recommended for students wanting maximum flexibility for study in other areas, as it requires 14 fewer credits in physics to graduate.
Secondary Education Physics: This program is designed for students wishing to teach physics in secondary schools after graduation.
Broad Field Science - Physical Science Option: This program is designed for students majoring in Broad Field Science with a certification in Physics.
Applied Physics: This is recommended as preparation for a career in an industrial or government laboratory, or for graduate study in Applied Physics, Electronics, Engineering Physics, Geophysics, etc.
Dual Degree Program: Earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from UW-River Falls and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Wisconsin-Madison, or another partner institution.
B.S. Applied Physics, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
B.S. Engineering, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Wisconsin-Madison, or another partner institution
Years to completion: about 5
Pre-Engineering: Complete two years at UW-River Falls and two years at an engineering university.
Years to completion: about 4
Bachelor of Science in Physics & Master of Science (or Ph.D.) in Engineering: Earn a Bachelor of Science in Physics or Chemistry at UW-River Falls and a Master of Engineering or Ph.D. from an Engineering Graduate school.
B.S. Physics, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
M.S. or Ph.D. in Engineering, engineering university
Years to completion: about 6 (more for a Ph.D.)