University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Physics

Minor in Physics

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A physics minor indicates that you not only have an interest in physics, but also the ability to solve a wide variety of problems and that you are comfortable in a technical setting. It tells employers that you have breadth to your technical background. Students who minor in physics often have a broad interest in a multitude of different fields. If your post-UVM plans involve professional schools such as medical school, law school, or MBA programs, the problem-solving skills that come with a physics minor will get you noticed!

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