Where will this take me?
After completing the Mathematical Physics major in the Bachelor of Science, you’ll be well placed to move into the workforce, further study, or graduate research.
With this major you could pursue career paths in research, banking, finance, commerce, data science, logistics, project management, market research or medical analysis.
Employers include IBM, GE Renewable Energy, PwC, and universities.
If you wish to continue your studies at graduate level, this major is a great foundation for the Master of Science (Physics) and the Master of Science (Mathematics and Statistics). The Master of Science (Mathematics and Statistics) offers a specialisation in Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics.
Depending on the subjects you take in your Bachelor of Science, a range of other graduate degrees may be possible – in fields as diverse as science and technology, health sciences, teaching, law, business, humanities and more. Related degrees include:
- Master of Science (Bioinformatics)
- Master of Science (Earth Sciences)
- Master of Data Science
- Master of Computational Biology.
If you complete a masters course with a significant research component, you can go on to study a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy), or another graduate research program.
This will set you up for a rewarding career in research with a university, research institute, government or technology company.