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A bachelor's degree in physics is an excellent preparation for advanced study in astronomy and astrophysics, atmospheric science, biophysics, chemical physics, computer science and engineering.

Students can complete the first two years of studies toward a bachelor's degree and can also specialize in physics education.

Professional careers include research positions with government, universities and private industrial laboratories, observatories and science museums.

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