I'll take a look at UA. That would be great as I am going to be doing internships in New Mexico starting this summer.
I live close to Cornell, and wouldn't mind going. I'm about 5 hours from Rochester.
Do any of these schools have good pure math departments?
Well, I looked at Nobel Prize winners and where they teach and that's how I formed my list.
I want something strong in optic physics as that's the field I am leaning towards.
I thought about going to a liberal arts school like Williams or Swarthmore, but I don't know how their research would...
What are the top and middle tier physics undergraduate programs?
So far, I have for top tier:
Harvard, MIT, Cal Tech, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, Stanford and University of Colorado, Boulder
Thanks for your input!
Can anyone recommend a college with a good department in each of those fields? Neuroscience in undergrad is hard to find. I don't know if graduate schools will let you take their courses and make a BS degree out of it...
The two schools that come to mind with good departments in all three are...
I am interested in attending the best nuclear physics programmes available, regradless of where they are in the English spoken world.
I have finished two years at Stanford University which a 3.96 GPA. My SATs were 760 reading, 800 math. I got 5's on both the two math and physics...