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Physics

Understand how the universe behaves.

 

Welcome back, Tritons!
The campus is now open to help you get ready for classes. Most offices will continue to have some virtual hours as well as in-person hours. Classes (online, hybrid, and face to face) begin on September 20. We can't wait to see you!

 

Physics is one of the most fundamental scientific disciplines. Its goal is to understand how the universe behaves. Physicists study the nature and properties of matter, as well as its motion and behavior through space and time. Physics graduates have skills that are in high demand in diverse sectors, including electronics, robotics, communication, aerospace technology, and medicine. The skills and knowledge gained in physics are also helpful in non-science related disciplines. For instance, you could use the knowledge you gain through physics to improve your LSAT score or model the economy.



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Faculty Advisor Contact

Rachel Wade
425.640.1287 | rachel.wade@edmonds.edu | Hazel Miller Hall 117

Tom Fleming
marvin.fleming@edmonds.edu | Hazel Miller Hall 119

Chuck Mueller
charles.mueller@edmonds.edu | Hazel Miller Hall 215

 

Choose from one of four tracks

Associate in Science - Major Related Program

Associate in Science-T - Track 2 - Mechanical, Civil, Aeronautical, Industrial, Materials Science Engineering 
Associate in Science-T - Track 2 - BioEngineering and Chemical Engineering 
Associate in Science-T - Track 2 - Computer and Electrical Engineering 
Associate in Science-T - Track 2 - Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences 

If you need assistance in selecting an engineering discipline, please contact us and/or sign up for ENGR 100 during your first quarter .

Resources

Please see our Library Resource Guide for Engineering