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Biophysics is an interdisciplinary science that combines biological knowledge, fundamental principles of physics and chemistry with experimental exploration, mathematical analysis and computer modeling to explain the structures and processes underlying life. Biophysics majors enjoy a flexible curriculum that combines coursework from physics, chemistry, and biochemistry; along with specially designed biophysics courses. 

Students have a choice to pursue one of two tracks within the Biophysics major.

Please refer to the LSA Bulletin Academics & Requirements for more information.