This Astronomy program at George Mason University prepares students for graduate school, a career in research or teaching, or employment in industry, business, or education fields where analytical skills and a scientific background are advantageous.
$ 16,485 per semester
Fairfax, United States
About the program
Students who are considering a double major should talk to the undergraduate coordinator.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy from George Mason University is dedicated to the dissemination and advancement of physics and astronomy through instruction, research, and outreach.
The department provides rigorous training for physics and astronomy students and prepares them to be successful, confident, and versatile in their ability to apply physics and astronomy principles within any chosen field.
- Computer Simulation in Astronomy
- Methods of Observational Astronomy
- Analytical Methods of Physics
- Classical Mechanics
- Electromagnetic Theory
- Modern Physics