Physics, B.S.

A Bachelor in Physics provides the student with an understanding of the laws of nature and with the experimental and analytical techniques necessary to describe and solve problems in physical systems. The degree prepares students for further graduate study in physics, astronomy, geophysics, medicine, engineering, or many other diverse fields. Bachelor's recipients also find employment in a variety of industries and careers, including engineering, education, computer science, programming, electronics, energy and the environment, geology, medical physics, optics, finance, law, and more.

Matriculation Requirements

  1. Advisor approval.
  2. Completion of PHYS 2210 and MATH 1210 with a C or higher.