Bachelor of Arts
This program provides students with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of physics. The Bachelor of Arts in physics offers students more flexibility than the Bachelor of Science to tailor their education to their interests. For example, it can be combined with a Single Subject Teaching Credential for teaching in middle or high school or can be part of a Engineering Combined Degree. Students are encouraged to meet with physics faculty early in their program in order to choose courses that will prepare them for their future goals.
231-233, 391 and 491
at least 2 units of PHYS 378 or other department-approved research experience,
and at least 15 additional credits in 300-level courses
121, 122, 221, and 235