Minor in Physics

Understand the workings of the universe at the most fundamental level. Enhance your education by adding a minor in Physics.

Why minor in physics at Kennesaw State University (KSU)?

When you study physics at KSU, the universe is your classroom. Physics is the foundation for every other science and engineering field. Minors help students develop analytical problem-solving skills and reinforce their ability to engage in scientific thinking. The objective of the minor is to strengthen the student’s knowledge of the fundamental physical concepts underlying all modern science and engineering. This minor features a combination of hands-on learning with renowned faculty and access to high-end equipment.

To be eligible for a minor in Physics, the student must complete at least 15 hours of course work in physics with at least 10 hours in upper division physics courses. Please see your academic advisor for questions or more information.


KSU physics students in the classroom

Program Snapshot

Total Number of Credit Hours: 15


Department of Physics

Kennesaw State University
Department of Physics 
830 Polytechnic Lane, MD #9041
Academic Building (H), Building #830
Suite #260
Marietta, GA 30060 

Phone: 470-578-4295

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