Physics deals with the fundamental laws of nature, and forms the backbone of scientific knowledge. Because physics majors are trained to solve problems with a minimum of assumptions and using only the most fundamental principles, physicists are valued for their ability to solve novel problems that usually require innovative solutions. The development of technology in the past century has demonstrated that more often than not, the technology of tomorrow starts with Physics today.
Because the world is complex, problems in the workplace require varied solutions. The combination of skills and knowledge you have acquired from different disciplines will be your distinct mark and your comparative advantage. And your ability to bring together this combination of skills and knowledge in problem solving essentially determines your usefulness to your organization.
The De La Salle University-Manila Physics Department is recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) as a Center of Excellence.