The Bachelor of Science in Physics is a program designed to provide undergraduate students with a high quality Physics education, in order to prepare them for future careers such as:
- Graduate school in Physics or Engineering
- Medical School, Law School, or any other professional programs
- Direct employment in government or industrial laboratories
- Private Sector; and/or
- Other technical fields
The Department of Physics also offers coursework leading toward the B.S. degree in Physics with an Areas of Emphasis (AoE) in:
- Applied Physics
- Medical Physics
These Areas of Emphasis have a comprehensive curriculum combined with a strong physics program and a background from other scientific disciplines. Students who follow these flexible tracks will have a sound physics background, as well as broad knowledge in other sciences .
Click on the below links for Sample Curriculum Flowcharts and Degree Requirements for the BS in Physics and the BS in Physics with one of the above Areas of Emphasis (AoE).
A candidate for a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics will have to fulfill the specific major requirements and the general education requirements of the College of Science. A 2.00 overall GPA and a 2.00 Major GPA is required to graduate.
Applied Physics Degree Requirements
Biophysics Degree Requirements
Medical Physics Degree Requirements
General Education Requirements of the College of Science