Many students at Marshall University pursue simultaneously two undergraduate degrees or dual major in related fields. In our physics program, students can easily obtain a Minor or dual Major in Applied Mathematics with a B.S. Physics. If you have interested in a dual major or physics major with any of second degree program, we work to facilitate students in this path, including support and custom course scheduling.
A candidate for a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics will have to fulfill the specific major requirements for both Physics and Math and as well as the general education requirements of the College of Science. A 2.00 overall GPA and a 2.00 Major GPA is required to graduate.
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