Programs in Physics

With courses in physics, astronomy, scientific inquiry, and integrated science education, we are ready to provide you with a rigorous degree while providing you with the support you need to succeed. The faculty maintain an awareness and interest of recent, best practices in physics education. The program also has state-of-the-art Zick and DeGraaf Active Learning Classrooms for our introductory classes, allowing for an interactive atmosphere throughout all phases of the coursework. 

The BA and BS in Physics have slightly different requirements, which you can explore further by clicking the links below. To complete the Honors Physics program, you must first be accepted to the Honors Program. Honors students undertake an additional off-campus research experience and complete an undergraduate thesis. 

Degree Programs

Integrated Science Teacher’s Certificate

Designed to meet the needs of future teachers of secondary science, this teacher's certificate program leads to a Bachelor of Science Degree. Interested in learning more? Contact the program director, Dr. Katherine Eaton, at eatonk@umich.edu. Click below for full program requirements and information. 

Not Sure? Have Questions? 

If you're not sure what the best program is for you, we are here to help! Contact Academic Advisor Jeff Dobbs (jdobbs@umich.edu) to talk through your goals and how you can best achieve them with a Physics or Integrated Science TCP degree from UM-Flint. 

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