The physics major and minor prepare students for successful entry into graduate programs or careers including, but not limited to, science, business and industry.
Courses in modern physics; thermal physics; electricity and magnetism; biological physics; and quantum mechanics, among others, provide students a full course of study of the natural world.
The physics major and minor are associated with the Department of Physics. A major requires 13 courses, plus an independent senior research project that serves as a capstone experience. A minor requires six courses.
Additional information is available in the W&J College Catalog.