Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.

(Students wishing to pursue graduate studies in physics should not complete the BA but should instead complete the requirements for the BS in Physics.)
 Bachelor of Arts in Physics requirements are a minimum of 32 hours in physics, including:

Major Requirements
PHYS 231Introductory Physics I4
PHYS 232Introductory Physics II4
PHYS 294Physics for the Future2
PHYS 334Computer Modeling of Physical Systems2
PHYS 331Spacetime and Quanta4
PHYS 341Analytical Mechanics4
PHYS 345Methods of Data Analysis and Presentation2
PHYS 351Analog Electronics2
PHYS 494Senior Seminar2
Select one of the following:4
Electromagnetic Theory
Quantum Mechanics
Select at least 2 credits of the following:2
Computer Data Acquisition
Advanced Optics
Solid State Physics and Nanotechnology
Plasma Physics
Introduction to Medical Physics
Particle Physics and Cosmology
Introduction to Stellar and Galactic Astrophysics
An approved research/internship experience or PHYS 3430-2
Total Credits32-34
Supporting Course Requirements
MATH 231Calculus I2-4
or MATH 233 Calculus I B
MATH 232Calculus II2-4
or MATH 234 Calculus II B
MATH 245Linear Algebra4
MATH 331Vector Calculus2
MATH 333Differential Equations4
CHEM 231General Chemistry I4
Select one 4-credit course outside the PHYS prefix approved by the advisor as contributing to the student's intended post-graduation plans4