The Division of Mathematical and Physical Sciences teaches students to use experimental studies and theoretical analyses to find solutions to real world problems. Students learn to address issues such as cleaning up the environment, preserving natural resources and creating innovative materials for the future. From the study of atoms to the examination of distant galaxies, from abstract number theory to the development of new chemical compounds, the division provides students with the skills to build the world of tomorrow.
The program in Mathematical and Physical Sciences provides an organizational structure within the College of Letters and Science for facilitating the development of innovative curricular initiatives across the mathematical and physical sciences, including offering broadly conceived, integrative undergraduate- and graduate-level courses. The program also may house resident faculty pursuing interdepartmental research and teaching in this area of inquiry.
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