This program is not currently accepting students.
A student may tailor a program to one of several career tracks: professional physics (preparation for graduate school), astrophysics, engineering science, mathematical physics, electro-optics, and self-selection (under supervision of an adviser). An optic
College of Science and Engineering
Free Form Requisites
Program Requirements (56 credits)
18 credits, selected under the supervision of a physics major advisor from courses at the 200 level or above in the College of Science and Engineering.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Students will make inferences and dedcutions based on knowledge of physics. (2016-2017)
Students will demonstrate experimental, computational and laboratory skills.
Students will communicate ideas and processes of physics, clearly and precisely, orally and in writing.
Students will demonstrate the processes and skills associated with physics research, including an integrated working knowledge of instrumentation and physical processes.