The B.A. in Physics is part of the physics major.
The Bachelor of Arts in Physics is a four year physics program designed for those who wish to take full advantage of the opportunities offered at Gordon College and the Christian liberal arts tradition. Students pursuing the degree can combine rigorous training in physics with other majors and minors across campus or study abroad programs. 3-2 Engineering students will receive a B.A. degree in Physics upon completion of the program at an accredited engineering institution.
In addition to the required courses listed near the bottom of this page that all physics majors must take, the B.A. in physics also requires:
|PHY130||First-Year Physics Seminar||OR||PHY125||Introduction to Engineering|
|PHY121 & Lab||Introductory Physics I|
|PHY122 & Lab||Introductory Physics II|
|PHY221/MAT221||Mathematical Methods in Physics I|
|PHY284||Modern Physics Lab|
|PHY338 & PHY339||Electric & Magnetic Fields I & Lab|
|PHY391 & PHY392||Junior Seminar I, II|
|PHY491 & PHY492||Senior Seminar I, II|
|MAT141 & MAT142||Calculus I, II|