The Careers Toolbox helps you find internships, research positions, and resources for getting into graduate programs.
View employment data from the American Institute of Physics .
The Illinois State Physics Department has a course (PHY 307) specifically designed to teach you technical communication skills, help you with your resume, and give you the tools necessary to land your dream job.
Our faculty also meet individually with you to help with career planning. In addition, you can find help through Illinois State's Career Services and look for internships and jobs at an Illinois State Career Fair.
Computational Physics majors have many options for careers. Students who choose this degree often go to graduate school or enter the workforce in a computer-intensive field.
It’s also common for students to double major in Physics and Computational Physics to have a broad background in traditional physics and extra experience with computation.
|Debbie Ungson-Walbert||208 Bone Student Centerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(309) 438-2200|
|Dan Holland||311B Moulton Hallemail@example.com||(309) 438-8756|