Trinity offers a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in physics and minors in physics and astronomy. The department's strong curricula broadens students' understandings through rigorous courses, hands-on lab work in state-of-the-art laboratories, and competitive local and national research programs.
Physics and astronomy are closely related areas of study.
The B.S. in physics is designed for students who intend to enter graduate programs in physics or astronomy.
The B.A. in physics is well suited for students who plan to enter medical school, become teachers, or double major.
A minor in physics consists of 18 semester hours of physics courses, at least 9 hours of which must be at the upper division level.
The minor in astronomy consists of 19 semester hours of astronomy-related physics courses and their laboratories, including 7 hours from astronomy-specific courses.