Lay a foundation for success with an undergraduate degree in physics

If you want to pursue a challenging field of study that will prepare you for success in a scientific or technical career, the Department of Physics at Arizona State University has an undergraduate degree program for you! Our rigorous and stimulating physics programs help you master the fundamental laws of natural science while engaging with faculty in first-rate research on the forefront of knowledge.

You’ll enjoy small-group workshops and immersive academics in a physics department that has sustained national and international leadership in electron diffraction physics, high-resolution electron microscopy and many other research areas. In addition, our dedicated faculty will impart you with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in a variety of fields, including science, engineering, education, medicine, law and so much more.

Our department holds the conviction that the ability to excel in physics – both in the classroom and as a career – is independent of gender. We hold the same to be true for race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability status.

Undergraduate admission requirements and deadlines

Your undergraduate journey in physics starts with your application to join our department. There are no additional admission requirements for entry into our undergraduate programs in physics beyond the university’s admission requirements. However, admission requirements may vary for incoming freshman, transfer students and international students. We encourage you to review ASU’s admission guidelines carefully and speak with an advisor for further instruction. Browse the university’s admission websites for additional information on application deadlines, current tuition and costs, new student orientation, etc.

Freshman Admission | Transfer Admission | International Admission

We can’t wait for you to join the Department of Physics at ASU. If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 480-965-3561 or by completing the form below.


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