Douglas Armstead, chair
Bowers Hall, Room 342
School of Arts and Sciences
Douglas Armstead, Eric Edlund, Moataz Emam, David Kornreich, Sean Nolan
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Degrees and Minor
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education: Physics (7-12)
Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education: Physics and Mathematics (7-12)
Minor in Physics
Physics programs at SUNY Cortland provide a versatile background in the principles of physics, applied mathematics, computer skills and electronic equipment. This background is useful in many areas of technology, engineering, business, industry, government and the teaching of physics at all levels. The laws of physics are central to all branches of science, and students with physics training may readily enter such related fields as astronomy, biophysics, chemical physics, engineering, geophysics, medicine, meteorology, molecular biology and radiology.
- Physics and Engineering Club
- Undergraduate teaching
- Physics Honor Society – experiences Sigma Pi Sigma
- Degree requirements listed in this catalog apply to all of the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements: B.A. – 90 credit hours; B.S. – 60 credit hours
- Physics majors may not take additional physics course work unless they earn a 2.0 grade point average in PHY 201 and PHY 202.
CoursesAdolescence EducationEnvironmental SciencePhysicsAdolescence Education PHYSICS