The Associate of Science in Physics, Applied Physics, Geophysics program supports students wishing to transfer whose academic pathways include a variety of physics related degrees or students who wish to grow in their critical thinking and analytical abilities that are present in Physics or other disciplines.
Required Core Courses (37 units)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|PHYS004A||Engineering Physics-Mechanics||5 units|
|PHYS004B||Engineering Physics - Electricity and Magnetism||5 units|
|PHYS004C||Engineering Physics-Light, Heat and Waves||5 units|
|MATH003A||Calculus and Analytic Geometry||5 units|
|MATH003B||Calculus and Analytical Geometry||5 units|
|MATH004A||Intermediate Calculus||5 units|
|MATH004B||Differential Equations||4 units|
|ENGR021||Intro Computing for Scientists and Engineers||3 units|
Total Major Units: 37 units
To be awarded an Associate Degree, a student must:
- Achieve a grade of “C” or better in the major requirements.
- Completion of WVC, CSU-Breadth, or IGETC General Education patterns. Students whose goal is to obtain a bachelor’s degree should complete the CSU-Breadth or IGETC General Education pattern.
- Complete additional degree applicable units to meet the minimum 60-unit Associate Degree requirements.