Physics and astronomy majors at the College of Charleston find inspiration for research everywhere, from nano-rods to binary stars and from coastal sea breezes to neuron simulation. They become confident, innovative thinkers, well prepared for success, whether they seek immediate employment or further education in graduate or professional school. A job, graduate school, or medical school? We prepare you for these or other options. We provide you with extensive academic preparation, help and advice on getting in to graduate or professional school or applying for jobs.
Prospective Physics Students
- Contact Jeff Wragg
Prospective Astronomy and Astrophysics Students
- Contact Jon Hakkila
Prospective Energy Production Students
- Contact NK Kuthirummal
Prospective Pre-Med and Biomedical Physics Students
- Contact Linda Jones
Prospective Biophysics Students
- Contact Sorin Oprisan
Prospective Computational Neuroscience Concentration Students
- Contact Sorinel Adrian Oprisan
Prospective Meteorology Students
- Contact Mike Larsen
A compact and portable source of information about majors, minors, concentrations, procedures, opportunities, and many other aspects of the department is our Handbook (pdf).
Managing your Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
To add or delete a major, minor, concentration or other aspect of your studies, go to the Program of Study Management system POSM.