Minor in Astronomy
Why Minor in Astronomy at Eastern?
The minor in Astronomy at Eastern University prepares students for a career in astronomy through a challenging array of courses in physics, math, computer science and astronomy designed to encourage growth in not only knowledge but faith, as well.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit|
|Core Physics Courses||16|
|ASTR 111||The Solar System||4|
|ASTR 112||Exploration of the Universe||4|
|PHYS 101||Introduction to Physics I||4|
|PHYS 102||Introduction to Physics II||4|
|An approved PHYS elective|
|Total Credit Hours:||18-19|
Full descriptions of undergraduate course offerings are available in Eastern's undergraduate course catalog.
Astronomy students graduating from Eastern University are prepared for graduate school and research in an astronomy field. Recent graduates are working as:
- Graduate students in Astronomy
- Teachers in high school
- Research assistants
- Problem solvers in Industry