Bachelor of Science
The undergraduate program in physics is designed to give students a thorough but flexible training in the fundamental aspects of classical and modern physics. Lecture material is reinforced and complemented by closely integrated laboratory work. The varied course offerings provide several options from which students may choose according to their interests and abilities.
A student who intends to major in physics must complete successfully PHYS 1011 , PHYS 1012 , PHYS 1021 , PHYS 1022 , MACT 1121 and MACT 1122 with a minimum GPA of 2.5 in these courses. To change from any other major to physics the student should have completed the above courses, in addition to an overall and concentration GPA’s not less than 2.5.
A total of 132 credit hours is required for the bachelor’s degree in physics distributed as follows: