Undergraduate Physics at Emory University has some of the brightest science students in the country. If you are in this group and are interested in understanding the physical world-from sub-atomic particles to the cosmos--you should consider majoring in physics. All physics courses, without exception, are taught by full-time faculty members. It's easy to get involved in exciting undergraduate research projects and establish close working relationships with faculty members of your choice. Our research groups in biophysics, soft condensed matter and theoretical physics are internationally recognized.
The Graduate Program offers students a comprehensive graduate education in physics and the opportunity to engage in research with internationally-recognized groups. We offer the Ph.D. in Physics, M.S. in Physics, and a combined Physics Ph.D./Computational Science M.S. degree. The size of our program engenders collegial interactions among students, faculty and staff. We are located in the Mathematics & Science Center (built in 2002), where state-of-the-art research, teaching, and support facilities augment our strong commitment to graduate education.