Professors: Jeffrey Bierman, Allan J. Greer, Eric A. Kincanon
Assistant Professor: Erik Aver, Adam Fritsch, Matthew Geske, Nicole Moore
John E. Byrne
Lecturers: Mohammad Farooqi, Heather Hoeck, Christopher Pilot, Jason Stoke, John Wilson
Lab specialist: Jonathon Kemper
The Bachelor of Science is designed as a terminal degree.
Students who are considering graduate school studies should
plan on taking additional course work. Students should
be able to work out a four-year course of study with their
advisor that will satisfy graduate school requirements.
typical courses taken over the four years of such a degree, click
Majors in physics are expected to achieve a familiarity
with computer programming.
Students planning on majoring in physics and attending
should meet with a Physics faculty member
as early as possible to discuss course scheduling and potential
course substitutions for particular degree requirements. Students
may rather elect to earn a B.A. Physics degree. The basic degree
requirements for the B.A. Physics degree are essentially the
same as the B.S. Physics degree except that rather than choosing
two additional upper division PHYS courses, as the B.S. degree
requires, the B.A. degree requires two courses from any area that
are agreed to by the department chair. The B.A. Physics degree is
intended to better allow College of Arts and Sciences
students to complete double majors, therefore, students who
earn a B.A. Physics degree must also be earning a B.A. degree
in another College of Arts and Sciences department.
typical courses taken over the four years of such a degree,
The following links have information regarding the Physics major, minor, and courses offered by the Physics Department. Please note that the requirements listed here are for the present catalogue, and that the old catalogue may apply to you if you entered Gonzaga prior to fall 2005. To see catalogues for various years, click here. For immediate information, please contact a member of the Physics Department.
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