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Physics may be the most fundamental of all sciences stretching from understanding
distant galaxies to the inner workings of the nucleus of every atom. It is the basis
for all applied sciences.
The Physics program at King University offers you a Bachelor of Science degree if
you are planning to attend graduate school in disciplines such as Physics, Engineering,
Computer Science, or Astronomy. The degree includes sufficient math credits to grant
you a minor in Mathematics as well. A minor in Physics is also easily combined with
A Bachelor of Arts degree with teaching licensure is also offered if you plan to teach
Physics in high school. There is a very high demand for STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Math) teachers nationwide. A B.A. in Physics without licensure will
provide you with a broad but rigorous technical degree which would be useful in many
The Physics program offers you small classes, strong laboratory emphasis, and personal
attention from faculty. You are encouraged to pursue summer internships at major universities
and research centers which grant both academic credit and usually a substantial salary
as well. Opportunities for summer research in astronomy are possible, too! You may
choose a semester internship at local companies and medical sites; such placements
in the past have influenced students' career paths and graduate study.
Physics graduates have done many interesting things with their King University physics
High school teaching
Currently some are in graduate school in engineering, medical physics, and theoretical
physics at Vanderbilt, University of Kentucky, Duke University, and University of
Tennessee. Another graduate has recently earned her Ph.D. in Physics and is teaching
at Cumberland University in Kentucky. There are graduates who are in a variety of
fields ranging from medical physics to web design to government intelligence gathering.
To view all required courses for a BS in Physics click here.
To view all required courses for a minor in Physics click here.
To view course descriptions click here.
The Physics program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later, and wireless
and webcam capability.
For information about accreditation click here.