he Department of Physics offers a major program in physics (HEGIS 1902) leading to a BS degree. The department also offers a minor in physics.
Chair: R. Novak; Professors: R. Novak, V. Stanionis; Professor Emeritus: J. Murphy; Interdisciplinary Science, Pre-engineering Advisor: R. Novak.
Teacher Certification - Grades 7-12
Students wishing to major in physics and receive teacher certification for grades 7-12 must complete all the requirements for the BS in physics, which include the requisite 36 credits in science, as well as the 33 credits in education outlined in this bulletin. This program will require a minimum of 134 credits.
Students in their senior year may elect to take an internship course (PHY 430 ) with the approval of the department chair. The coordinator of internships will assist them in finding appropriate placements.
ProgramsBachelor of ScienceNon-Degree