Got an insatiable curiosity about how things work (and why), and an appreciation for the complexity of our universe? As a physics major, you will ask deep questions, demand creative solutions, and discover astounding order and beauty. Three concentrations—professional, computational and engineering-physics—allow you to tailor the major to achieve your goals. Or, you can participate in our 3–2 Engineering Program and earn dual bachelor’s degrees in physics and engineering.
CHOOSE A CONCENTRATION
Learn about Gordon's 3-2 Engineering Program:
Minor in Physics
To minor in physics a student must complete a minimum of 24 credits of physics courses selected in consultation with the department chair.
Double Major with Secondary Education
A student seeking to be a licensed high-school physics teacher should major in physics and also in secondary education. Within physics, select the engineering physics concentration and enroll in CHE111, 112. Consult an education division advisor to determine which education courses are required.