Wake Forest Physics
Why study physics at Wake Forest?
The Physics doctoral program offers a comprehensive course of study in classical and modern physics, with intensive training in one of the frontier areas of modern research, including biophysics, nano-technology and materials physics, condensed matter physics, gravitation and particle physics and optical and laser physics. Our research facilities are state-of-the-art and Wake Forest Physics Department faculty are committed to developing their students as outstanding scientists and researchers.
Compared to other national universities, Wake Forest University is ranked #25 by US News and World Report and #19 by Forbes Magazine and the Center for College Affordability & Productivity.
Students can begin their research early and receive significant individual guidance from the faculty.
Strong interdisciplinary research efforts with other departments, including Computer Science, Chemistry, Biology, and the Wake Forest University Medical School and Comprehensive Cancer Center
Students are issued a laptop computer upon matriculation
Graduate students from many departments are both active and interactive - see Graduate Student Association
100 Olin Physical Laboratory
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7507
Phone: (336) 758-5337, FAX: (336) 758-6142