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Undergraduate Students

Approximately half of all undergraduates study physics while at Stanford. We are pleased to serve students who take physics courses to support their major in the sciences or engineering, to pursue a physics-related degree, or for general interest. We strive to use effective, interactive learning techniques to engage students in physics. We provide world-class research opportunities for students in Physics and Engineering Physics.


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Faculty advising is available to any undergraduate interested in Physics or Engineering Physics majors.


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The goal of the program is to help our students develop a deep understanding of physics and the rigorous, scientific thinking that comes with it.


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The Physics minor allows the student to select a concentration in Physics or Astronomy. The Astronomy concentration has a technical and non-technical option.

Undergraduate Courses

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Undergraduate Resources

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Here you will find helpful information regarding your 4 year plans, graduate school information, additional Physics offerings and other Stanford resources.

Society of Physics Students

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The Stanford Society of Physics Students is a student group supported by the Stanford Physics Department whose goal is to support and promote the student physics community.

Advanced Placement and Transfer Credit

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