Ohio University

Sun setting over Kitt Peak, with astronomy students
Study the Stars at a Mountaintop Classroom

Physics & Astronomy Undergraduate Degrees

Bachelor's Degrees



Courses & Resources

Really Small | Really Fast | Really Experimental

Imagine helping with nuclear physics experiments in the Edwards Accelerator Laboratory. Or working with faculty on quark-gluon plasma interactions. Or experimenting with lasers and spectrometry as fast as femtoseconds. Or traveling to Arizona to use the MDM Observatory telescope.

Undergraduate research is very important to the Physics & Astronomy Department, and most students take advantage of opportunities to do research with internationally known faculty.

Read more about undergraduate research opportunities at Ohio University.

Undergraduate Coordinator: Dr. David Tees