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Bachelor of Science in Physics

Designed to study that part of nature that can be understood in mathematical terms, the B.S. in Physics prepares global learners to understand and develop innovative solutions to the critical issues of the day, such as food, energy and water scarcity. Students will use mathematics to explore the enormous complexities and mysteries of the world and universe. Course topics include: physics, physics for health sciences/medical, physics for scientists and engineers, theoretical mechanics electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, thermal and statistical physics, and modern experimental physics.

Electives

  • Prior Learning
  • Vocational Experience
  • Certificates
  • CLEP/DSSC Testing

Course Types & Cost Breakdowns

Major Requirements 59 Hours
University Core 58 Hours
Electives 6 Hours
Orientation 1 Hours
Approximate Total Degree CostSee Cost Sheet

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University Core

12 Hrs

6 Hrs

6 Hrs

6 Hrs

7 Hrs

3 Hrs

3 Hrs

9 Hrs

6 Hrs

Bible/Theology

Written Communication

Oral Communication

Critical Inquiry & Aesthetic Analysis

Scientific Methods

Quantative Reasoning

Social & Behvaioral Analysis

Cultural Analysis

American History & Political Analysis

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