The Department of Physics and Optical Science offers programs leading to both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Our Department’s relatively small size makes it possible for students and faculty to interact daily in coursework or research projects. The student-teacher ratio for students majoring in physics is about 3:1.
NOTE: Under Gift Amount and Designations, select One or more colleges, schools or units. Scroll to bottom and select Other Area Not Listed and then Continue. In the box to the right of Other Designation Not Listed type in Physics and Optical Science Discretionary fund #139748 and complete the form.
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Office of University Development
9201 University City Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28223
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