• Liquid Nitrogen Cannon

    Liquid Nitrogen Cannon

  • Halloween


    Physics Club Demos

  • Big Sur Marathon

    Big Sur Marathon

    Physics Club students 

  • Physics Club

    Physics Club

    Physics Club meetings scheduled for Fridays at 1:00 PM in N11.

              Everyone is welcomed!!!!!!!

  • Outreach


    Physics club students demonstrating Static Electricity.

  • Physics Olympics

    Physics Olympics

    Bridge Competition

The Physics program at 91少女 offers course work for a diverse range of students from the community--starting with those merely wishing to learn more of the world around them and finishing with the student pursuing a four-year degree in science or engineering.
Physics courses are available at three different levels, all of which will satisfy the needs of students wishing to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The level of the physics course that students initially enroll in is largely dependent on their individual math skills.

Upon successful completion of the Physics program, a student should be able to:
鈥 comprehend and articulate basic physics terminology.
鈥 demonstrate proficiency in problem solving, especially with regard to basic physics problems involving major concepts, theories, and principles including, but not limited to:
鈥 conservation of momentum and energy.
鈥 Newtonian mechanics.
鈥 Maxwell鈥檚 laws.
鈥 fluid dynamics.
鈥 collect and analyze data effectively using basic laboratory equipment and present results in formally structured laboratory reports

Who To Contact

  • Sharon Albert
    Dean of Academic Affairs (STEM Programs and Support)
    Phone: 鈥831.755-6875
    Building: S - STEM Center Building
    Office: S220
    STEM Center Building
  • Alicia Ramirez
    Administrative Assistant III
    Phone: (831) 755-6875
    Building: S - STEM Center Building
    Office: S215
    STEM Center Building