Physics Minor - Requirements
The Physics Minor also requires a 2.0 GPA and 6 upper-division units in residence.
Our faculty members are here to teach and to do research. Several faculty members have research projects involving students.
Our classes are small: our upper-division and graduate classes usually have 10-15 students or less. Physics majors get to know each other very well. They develop friendships with peers, faculty, and staff, which extend well beyond graduation.
There are eight research/creative activity areas that are part of our current efforts:
(1) Computational Physics, (2) High Energy Physics (HEP), (3) Strongly Correlated
Electron Physics, (4) Nanotechnology, (5) Astronomy and Astrophysics, (6) Microbeam
X-ray Fluorescence (XRF), (7) Theoretical Physics, (8) Physics Outreach.
For faculty phone numbers and e-mail, see the campus directory.
For more on the faculty, see the faculty pages.
The faculty pages are updated by the department or program.