The Physics Department offers two baccalaureate degree programs: The (1) Bachelor of Science in Physics (2) Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics (3) Master of Science in Physics, and (3) Doctor of Philosophy in Physics. The Bachelor of Science in Physics degree prepares students to pursue advanced degrees in physics and engineering or to immediately work in technology related fields. The Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics degree prepares students to pursue careers in areas such as computer science, environmental science and applied research fields. The department also offers the Master of Science and doctoral degree.
Emeritus Professors: Greenfield, Mark B., Johnson III, J.
Professors: Belay, Kalayu; Johnson, Lewis E.; Kennedy, Robin J.; Mochena, Mogus; Saha, Bidhan C.; Weatherford, Charles A.; Williams, Ronald L.
Associate Professors: Appartaim, Richard; Encinosa, Mario R.; Jack, Mark A. ; Mezonlin, Ephrem; O'Neal, Ray H.; Scarlett, Carol; Stampe, Patricia A.
Assistant Professors: Strohaber, James
Office Manager: Richardson, Sonja
ProgramsBachelor's DegreeMaster's DegreeDoctorate's Degree