Many people define the study of physics as the study of the entire universe. Imagine understanding the world in all of its complexity and learning all about the elements that blueprint the world as we know it. Pretty cool, right?
Typically, students who study this field continue on to earn their master’s or doctoral degrees and usually pursue careers in research. Research can be found in many areas, such as automotive and aerospace, education, energy, public sector, healthcare, technology, or computing and IT. If physics has piqued your interest, consider starting your physics degree today.
Clemson University offers 3 Physics, General degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2019, 27 Physics, General students graduated with students earning 21 Bachelor's degrees, 4 Doctoral degrees, and 2 Master's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Clemson University Clemson, SC||19 : 1||25,822|
|University of South Carolina-Columbia Columbia, SC||24 : 1||35,364|
|Wofford College Spartanburg, SC||12 : 1||1,720|
|Furman University Greenville, SC||10 : 1||2,828|
|Citadel Military College of South Carolina Charleston, SC||18 : 1||3,767|
|College of Charleston Charleston, SC||20 : 1||10,545|
|Presbyterian College Clinton, SC||13 : 1||1,353|
|South Carolina State University Orangeburg, SC||18 : 1||2,479|
|Francis Marion University Florence, SC||20 : 1||4,240|
|Erskine College Due West, SC||22 : 1||912|
|Bob Jones University Greenville, SC||18 : 1||3,008|
|Coastal Carolina University Conway, SC||21 : 1||10,484|
|Benedict College Columbia, SC||24 : 1||2,040|