Research & Internships

As you major or minor in Physics/Engineering Physics, we want you to have your best experience while at JU. If you have any questions or ideas that you want to talk about, do not hesitate get in touch with any of the faculty in the department. We want to be able to support you best throughout your undergraduate years and help you get trained best for whatever you choose to do after the college.

While you are completing your studies in physics at JU, it is important that you get involved in research projects, either on campus or off campus. These opportunities will complement the knowledge you acquire in the classes and labs, as well as prepare you for the real life situations whether you decide to attend graduate shool or join workforce. During a semester, you can join research projects being conducted in the department, so that you can carry out your study and research together. During the summer break, you can either continue to conduct research on-campus or take advantage of following off-campus opportunities to maximize your learning as a Physics major. The list below is not exhaustive. We recommend you do your own research so that you can find vast opportunities that are available to you.

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Experiential learning -- research, internships, service learning, or study abroad -- is a graduation requirement at Jacksonville University. Learn more about experiential learning, our philosophy, and some of the opportunities available to you.

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Merritt Penticoff 132A
2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville, FL 32211

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(904) 256-7300