Physics and Astronomy at Curtin works closely with the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA), which focuses on scientific and technological advances in the field, and is involved in the Square Kilometre Array and the Murchison Widefield Array, as well as the investigation of active galactic nuclei and radio galaxies, transient radio phenomena and pulsars.
The problem-solving skills gained by physics graduates lead them to getting some of the most exciting jobs throughout their careers, enhanced by the study of theoretical and practical physics, together with strengths in mathematics and computing.
Our undergraduate courses
- Bachelor of Science (Physics)
- Bachelor of Advanced Science (Physics)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) (Hons), Bachelor of Science (Physics)
- Bachelor of Science (Physics), Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Science (Physics), Bachelor of Arts