Physics is the study of the Universe.

  • Bachelor's in Physics leads to careers in technology and engineering sectors as scientists, technician, programmers, analysts.
  • Physics Teachers are in extremely high demand, in recent years only 30% of Physics teachers in High School holds a Physics degree.
  • Bachelor's in Physics and a Single or Multi Subject Credential allows our graduate to teach K-12 level in Physics, Physical Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics and other Tech oriented courses.
  • Approximately 1/3 of our graduates goes on to Master's and Ph.D. program in Physics or related fields.
  • As part of the Cal-Bridge program,, students can get a $10000 scholarship and research support in preparation last 2 years at Stan State.
  • The Society of Physics Students is actively engaging physics and non-physics students for field trips, career development and seminars.

Courses in Physics:

  • Scientific Introduction Physics using both Algebra and Calculus-Based for all STEM and Physics majors
  • General Education course in Physics includes: How Things Work, Heat Light and Sound, Energy and Matter
  • Courses in Astronomy and Astrophysics: Descriptive Astronomy, Astrobiology, Astrophysics
  • Full Physics Course Program: Modern Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, Thermal and Statistical Physics, Classical Mechanics, Analog and Digital Electronics, Advanced Experimental Methods in Physics.
  • Additional Elective / Specialisation Courses: Computational Methods in Physics, Astrophysics, Particle Physics, Atmospheric Science, Astrobiology
  • See the full list of courses on our catalog: PHYS, ASTR, PHSC

Research Area

Astrophysics with the Vera Rubin Observatory. Student Research Jobs available.




Experimental Particle Physics. Student Research Jobs available.




Atmosphere Science on Wildfires of California. Student Research Jobs available.


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Updated: October 10, 2022