BS in Computational Physics

Computational Physics combines the disparate disciplines of computer science and physics.

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Department of Physics jointly offer the Bachelor of Science degree in Computational Physics.

The BS in Computational Physics program currently enrolls 7 students—3 accepted majors, 4 intended majors, 0 accepted subsequent bachelor's degree majors, and 0 intended subsequent bachelor's degree majors. (June 19, 2019)