College of Arts & Sciences

Physics - Bachelor of Science - Secondary Teacher Certification


Overview:     
Physics majors study the fundamental laws governing the natural world, and develop critical skills of observation and
quantitative analysis in both experimental and theoretical setting. The traditional option is designed for students who want to develop a comprehensive background in the field of physics that would be appropriate for further graduate study at the masters or doctoral level. To learn more, click this link to the Department of Physics  web site.

 Career Opportunities

Explore career possibilities with our Career Guide.

 Four Year Plan

The Physics - Secondary Teacher Four Year Plan will give you an idea of what your coursework might look like over the four years.

 Degree Sheet

BS in Physics - Secondary Teacher Certification

 Earn a Minor in Physics

Find out more about earning a Minor in Physics by reviewing our Minor Requirements sheet.

  Fact Sheet

The Fact Sheet will highlight some important information about the Physics Department.

 Meet our Faculty

One of our greatest assets is our faculty who are nationally recognized and widely published. If you would like to know a little bit about
each, visit our Faculty Bio Page.  

Contact Information:
Physics Department          145 Physical Sciences Building
Phone:                                 405.744.5796
Email:                                  physics@okstate.edu

Map:
PhysicsMap