Physics, B.S.

Discover your universe.

From the smallest bits of matter to the greater bindings of the universe, physicists determine the "why?" behind the world we see around us.

As a physics degree student at Lewis, you need to love math and experimentation. Because you will live in the lab. Building. Creating. Testing. Breaking new ground.

What can I do with a Physics degree?

A whole lot. High schools want you to teach the next generation of learners 500 Internal Server Error

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In the Lab from Day One

At larger schools, graduate students monopolize the labs. At Lewis, you're working shoulder-to-shoulder alongside faculty PhDs from the start, putting you in a much stronger position to succeed in both grad school and your future career.

Customized Curriculum

Best of all, we intentionally keep your general curriculum to a minimum, giving you more freedom to explore the elective courses you're most interested in and the areas of study most focused on your goals after Lewis.

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Physics, B.A.
A great technical background for grad school in a related field, or simply for increased marketability in careers after Lewis, the Physics, B.A. degree is largely taken as a dual major by those interested in physics and mathematics.

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Minor Options
The Physics minor is designed for the student interested in physics, looking to supplement their primary major.