Are you hungry for more knowledge about how physics can prevent, diagnose and treat disease? 

In our Medical Physics minor program, you will learn how to apply the principles of physics to medicine, with the ultimate and altruistic goal of improving human health and well-being. 

Your required coursework includes 16 credit hours in courses such as Medical Physics Principles, Modern Physics and Lab, Nuclear Physics: Principles and Application, and a choice between Human Biology, Continuous-Time Signals and Systems, Introduction to Bioengineering Applications and Spectroscopy and Microscopy. 

Along the way, you will have opportunity to work in world-class laboratories on campus, including the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy Lab, Nanotechnology Lab or the Computational Physics Lab.

Why Kettering?

  • You want to incorporate a diverse set of skills to prepare you for multiple career options.
  • Our faculty are doing research in computational materials science, biomedical ultrasound, structural vibration, musical acoustics, photonics, semiconductors and nanoparticles.