Physics & Astronomy
Rowan announces inaugural Excellence in Diversity awards | More
Rowan University students present cutting-edge research at the 17th Annual STEM Student Research Symposium | More
“Fly Me to the Moons!” plays at Edelman Planetarium | More
The Princeton Review names Rowan to 2014 "Green Guide" | More
At Rowan Graduate Commencement: Levine to speak to graduates; Bartolozzi to receive honorary degree | More
Why Not Minor in Astronomy?
An Astronomy Minor is available to any student desiring a more advance study astronomy and astrophysics with the requisite quantitative skills and background. This minor is especially useful for physics majors who are thinking about graduate work in astronomy or astrophysics, or motivated students who want an in-depth survey of modern astronomy.
Requirements (21–22 semester hours)