Yale Physics offers training and research in a wide range of fields. We offer baccalaureate and doctoral degrees through Yale University, as well as hands-on training for postdoctoral associates and postbaccalaureates. Our diverse, interdisciplinary faculty lead cross-disciplinary research collaborations worldwide and across Yale University, including in a number of on-campus Yale Physics centers, programs and institutes.
Yale Physics occupies several buildings on the Yale campus, including the Sloane Physics Laboratory, Becton Engineering and Applied Science Center, the Mansions, Mason Laboratory, the Yale Science Building, West Campus, and Wright Lab.
We are committed to fostering an environment of diversity, equity, and inclusion for every member of our department community as we strive for excellence in research, teaching, and mentoring. We are led by our department’s Statement of Principles and our following graduate program Learning Objectives.