Physics

The physics courses at Marygrove courses provide a general introduction to physics.

If you are a science major or minor, or if you are preparing for a career in engineering, medicine/health, forensic science, or as a science teacher, the physics sequence will introduce you to the fundamental concepts and investigations to complement your program of study.

Physics Careers

Physicists have the requirements to work in almost any field. Understanding physics is understanding the world’s natural governing laws such as motion, energy, structure, and interactions of matter. Physicists experiment with these laws by observing, measuring, interpreting, and developing theories to explain celestial and physical phenomena. New technologies are the result of a more thorough understanding of the governing properties of the natural world. Physics is needed to build bridges, explore the ocean and space, or even re-invent conventional items. Jobs requiring physicians therefore, are plentiful. A physicist can get a job as a:

  • Computer Software Engineer
  • Clinical Scientist
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Oncology Physicist
  • Solar Energy Physicist
  • Science Journalist

Contact Us

Contact Us arrow image
  • Name

    Jeanne Andreoli, Ph.D.
  • Address

    Liberal Arts Building, Room 303
  • Direct

    (313) 927-1328
  • Email

    jandreoli@marygrove.edu

Special Features

Special Features arrow image
Scholarship Programs

Scholarship Programs

Scholarships are awarded based on a student’s achievement—academic, talent, athletic, etc. Scholarships do NOT have to be repaid.

Residence Life at Marygrove College

Residence Life

As a resident of Florent Gillet, you will not only receive meals and convenient housing, you will also be surrounded by social and educational opportunities that promote growth and self-fulfillment.

Scholarships Available Now

See Scholarships