Physics

Physics

PHYSICS 

The NJCU Physics Department offers a comprehensive education that links theoretical concepts and hands-on activities to real-world applications. We are preparing the next generation of innovators for careers in physics, engineering or science education, as well as for graduate study in the discipline.

We offer a variety of degree programs to fit your career plans. Our goal is to ensure you have the physical and life sciences experience appropriate for your concentration. A minor in physics is an excellent complement to other science degree programs, while our pre-engineering program is perfect for students looking to transfer to an engineering college for a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

The Physics Department full-time and adjunct faculty members are focused on student success. They offer a supportive learning environment in which your success is a priority. We offer coursework on a range of topics, from astronomy to thermodynamics, from instrumentation to microprocessors.

Trying to decide if a physics program at NJCU is right for you? Contact us with questions or to schedule a visit. We look forward to hearing from you

Getting Connected

 

Physics Department students also have opportunities to connect with other physics students through department activities. There are also opportunities throughout the year for students to work with faculty on research projects, which the student can then present at a conference or symposium.

 

CONTACT US

Alberto Pinkás
Science Building, Room 115
Email: apinkas@njcu.edu
Tel: 201-200-3448

Robert Noyce Scholarships for STEM Teachers

 

NSF scholarships and stipends will be awarded to NJCU STEM majors who are obtaining teaching certifications in their fields. Funds will be available to undergraduates for their junior and/or senior years, and post-baccalaureate STEM majors may receive one-year stipends to complete their teacher certification requirements.  For more information, click here.

 

DEGREE MAP

Click the button below for suggested courses to follow and complete, term-by-term, to make it easier to understand how to graduate in four years within your major. Degree Maps are used to assist you and your advisor with planning your academic path to graduation. Use this guide to discuss your academic plan and course selections with your advisor.

It is important to note that each student's specific program of study could, and likely will, look different. At NJCU, our goal is to customize the Degree Map to fit your situation. Consult with your advisor for the path that is best for you.

 

BA Physics

BS Physics

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