Physics & Astronomy Courses
Allows the integration and participation of highly specialised Physics-trained students in the research programs of the University, and generates highly-skilled graduates to fulfil the future needs of Australian industry, academia and government.
Physicists are involved in finding solutions to challenges facing our world, including developing instruments for environmental monitoring, computer models for climate change prediction, and developing solar and renewable energy systems.
The application of lasers is at the forefront of cutting-edge science and technology, enabling dramatic changes in a range of fields including engineering, environmental studies, chemistry, medicine and fundamental physics.
Space science and astrophysics explores our universe from the upper atmosphere of the earth to the most distant regions.
If you receive excellent results throughout your undergraduate Physics and Nanotechnology degree, you may be eligible to undertake Honours in Physics and Nanotechnology.
In this course you’ll explore classical and modern physics and examine the rapidly developing area of nanoscience and nanotechnology.