Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Degrees

The Department offers a full program leading to the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. The curriculum includes basic courses in physics, chemistry, math, the humanities, and a choice of electives. The program is intended for students wishing enter the workforce with a bacnelor's degree or to pursue a master's degree in physics. The program is sufficiently broad and flexible to prepare graduates for advanced study of all the physics disciplines at the graduate level.

Career opportunities abound for the physics majors in research laboratories, production facilities and educational institutions.

Bachelor of Science in Physics (Fall 2008 to present)  ( PDF)
   
Bachelor of Science in Physics (Until Fall 2008)  ( PDF)

Bachelor of Arts in Physics (Fall 2008 to present)  ( PDF)
   
Bachelor of Arts in Physics (Until Fall 2008)  ( PDF)

Bachelor of Science in Physics with Teaching Certification (Fall 2008 to present)  ( PDF)
   Bachelor of Science in Physics with Teaching Certification (Until Fall 2008)  ( PDF)
 



This page was last updated on: October 30, 2013