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Physics and Astronomy
Rigorous curriculum culminating in a bachelor of science degree that offers the most
flexibility in choosing elective courses.
For students interested in engineering, this emphasis provides additional courses
that stress computational and laboratory work.
Students with an interest in astronomy are exposed to advanced courses in classical
and modern astronomy.
Advanced upper-level mathematics courses are included for students especially interested
in the mathematical foundations of physics.
Students interested in teaching will get an excellent preparation for secondary education,
both in science content and teaching methods, with the secondary teaching emphasis.
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