Our focus covers the foundational principles that underlie our universe and extends to several areas of applied physics. Physics programs range from physics minors to bachelor's and master's physics degrees to the PhD physics program.

Physics Programs & Degrees at Kent State University

Interested in physics degrees or physics programs? Are you seeking undergraduate physics programs, PhD physics programs, or master's-level physics degrees? The Department of Physics at Kent State University focuses on providing students with a quality education in the field of physics. Our undergraduate offerings include courses and studies for physics majors and minors and interdisciplinary options are also available. The Kent State Physics Department continues to develop new coursework, and our physics programs offer stimulating and informative classes, labs and research training.

KSU Observatory

<!--<h2>Opening for Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Experimental Medium- or High-Energy Nuclear Physics--><!--<p>The Physics Department at Kent State University invites applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor position in experimental medium- or high-energy nuclear physics. For more information, please see the job posting.

--><!--<h2>Open House for High School Juniors and Seniors--><!--<p style="font-size: 16px;">The Physics Open House is a visitation program for high school juniors and seniors interested in physics and engineering. It will be held Saturday, November 3, 2018, 9:15 AM - 12:15 PM at Smith Hall Room 223, Kent Campus, 1250 University Esplanade, Kent, OH 44242. For more information, please see the flyer.


--><!--<p>RSVP for November 3 Open House is encouraged but not required.




KSU Observatory






The Humanist Society of KSU is conducting a crowdfunded campaign to raise the money needed to repair the KSU/NASA Observatory.