Degrees - Physics
Physics - Associate in Science Degree in Physics For Transfer
Physics is an attempt to understand natural phenomena, and is fundamental to related fields such as astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology and engineering. The goal of the physics program is to develop students' understanding and analysis of the physical world through mathematical techniques involving qualitative and quantitative reasoning. It is strongly recommended that all physics majors take a course in linear algebra and differential equations such as MATH C285 in addition to the degree requirements, but this cannot be included as a requirement due to unit limitations.
PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Identify and describe major concepts and theoretical principles as applied to physics.
- Apply appropriate physical laws and mathematical techniques to analyze various physical situations.
- Perform various scientific experiments and to analyze data to check agreement with theoretical predictions.
Requirements for the Degree
All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
Students will complete all of the following:
|PHYS C185||Calculus Based Physics: Mechanics||4.0|
|PHYS C280||Calculus Based Physics: Electricity and Magnetism||4.0|
|PHYS C285||Calculus Based Physics: Modern||4.0|
|MATH C180||Calculus 1||5.0|
|MATH C185||Calculus 2||5.0|
|MATH C280||Calculus 3||5.0|
|Total Required for the Major||27.0|
CSU General Education or IGETC pattern: 37-39 units
Transfer Electives as needed to reach 60 transferable units
|Total for Degree||60.0|
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