A degree in physics and atmospheric science will prepare you for further studies in various sciences, such as physics, engineering, or meteorology. While working toward your BSc in Physics and Atmospheric Science, you could choose do to a one-year Diploma in Meteorology (D.Met) concurrently.
After you complete your BSc in Physics, you could apply to a Doctor of Optometry (OD) program. Or, you could pursue a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Physics.
After your master’s, you could pursue a PhD in Physics. This path can take you to post-doctoral research work, where you’ll take on a theoretical or applied research project—possibly developing technologies that help us better understand climate change or how to use renewable energies.
Here are some of your options for future study after completing a BSc in Physics and Atmospheric Science:
- Diploma in Meteorology (D.Met)
- Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies (BEDS)
- Engineering (BEng and MEng)
- Master of Science (MSc)
- Master in Meteorology
- Doctor of Optometry