The department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics offers a minor in Physics, as well as a wide range of physics courses for science and non-science majors.
The emphasis for the Physics minor is on fundamental concepts, analytical methods, and critical thinking skills. A Physics minor is an excellent addition to any Liberal Arts major, in which the goal is to produce a well-rounded person with the knowledge and skills to succeed in any field. If a student is interested in becoming more knowledgeable in Physics and loves learning for its own sake, a Physics minor is an outstanding way to begin to do so, while at the same time gaining valuable transferrable skills and ways of thinking.
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"A little known secret is that a physicist is one of the most employable people in the marketplace - a physicist is a trained problem solver. How many times have you heard a person in a workplace say, ‘I wasn't trained for this!’? That's an impossible reaction from a physicist, who would say, instead, ‘Cool!’."
-Neil deGrasse Tyson