Physics at WSU offers Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees. The BS is by far the more common choice. The BA leaves more room to combine your passion of physics with other subjects. The Minor in Physics allows majors in other departments to set themselves apart from their peers with a deeper knowledge of physics. The DMAC (Double Major Across Colleges) program enables engineers and students from other colleges to combine a physics major with their other major. DMACs graduate with a single degree listing two majors, for example "BS in Mechanical Engineering and Physics". Please use the pull-down menu "IN THIS SECTION" to learn about each degree option in detail.
For any questions on undergraduate degrees and your next step to become a physicist, please contact the undergraduate adviser.