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Blinn's Associate of Science Degree in Physics is designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor's degree in the field of physics. Students take courses in chemistry, mathematics, and physics common to most physics-related disciplines and continue their studies in specialized areas after transferring to a university program.

Within the constraints of the Core Curriculum, the Associate of Science degree in Physics is designed to match the first two years of a typical science program at a four-year college or university. It also provides the flexibility for students desiring only an associate degree to specialize the program to individual interests.

You can still register for spring classes!

Registration is still underway for spring second 8-week classes. For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our six campuses!

Steps To Apply

This degree can be completed on the Brenham, Bryan, and RELLIS campuses.

Blinn courses are highly transferrable, and recent physics graduates have transferred to Texas A&M, Texas State, Southern New Hampshire University, the University of Houston, and more.

According to the Texas Workforce Commission, a degree in physics can help prepare students for a range of careers, including physicist, high school physics teacher, and natural sciences manager. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, physicists earned a median salary of $152,430 in May 2021.

For the degree plan, click the link below:

Associate of Science in Physics

Course descriptions are available in the Catalog.

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Lizette Bartell
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Phone: 979-209-8687
Email: lizette.bartell@blinn.edu

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