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Bachelor of Arts in Physics

The program for a bachelor of arts degree in physics provides basic knowledge in the main subject areas of physics as well as an opportunity for students to elect a considerable number of courses in other disciplines. This is a good choice for students planning careers in high school teaching, medical or other pre-professional schools, or other inter-disciplinary careers. The BA in Physics requires a total of 66 units listed below; of those 7 units count towards the university's General Education requirements. In addition to the General Education and the BA Physics requirements, students will need to complete 12 additional units in order to satisfy the 120 units required for graduation.

For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Arts in Physics Bulletin.

Bachelor of Science in Physics

The bachelor of science program includes appropriate course work in physics to prepare students for employment or graduate work in a variety of physics-related fields. Students are encouraged to speak to their advisor to select elective courses that will best meet their career needs. The BS in Physics requires a total of 76 units listed below; of those 7 units count towards the university's General Education requirements. In addition to the General Education and the BA Physics requirements, students will need to complete 2 additional units in order to satisfy the 120 units required for graduation.

For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Science in Physics Bulletin.