Start your engineering career with the new co-enrollment program for engineering students at ACC. Students start by taking classes at ACC, then transfer seamlessly into the College of Engineering at Texas A&M.
Students become a part of A&M from day one, and are guaranteed full admission to Texas A&M upon successful completion of the two year program. Applications for the Fall 2017 class will be accepted January through April 2017. For more information visit the Texas A&M - Chevron Engineering Academy at ACC webpage, or contact Dr. David Fonken, dean of math and science, at email@example.com.
Our first meeting of the semester will be at 2pm Friday, September 30th, 2016, in room 2106 at the Highland Campus.
Benefits to joining SPS are:
1. Thousands of dollars in Scholarships! (YAY MONEY!)
2. Access to internships and jobs through the national SPS program.
3. Looks great on a resume.
You do not have to be a physics or engineering major to join. The only requirement is an interest in physics. We will be conducting our officer election at this first meeting so if you’re interested in shaping our chapter and doing something fun your more than welcome! The meeting will take place at 2pm in room 2106, second floor, at the Highland Campus
The Nucleus, a digital collection of information for Physics students, has a comprehensive listing of research experiences for undergraduate students in Physics. Many of these opportunities are open to freshman and sophomores. Check out this link for more information.
The Nucleus is maintained by the National Society of Physics
If you are taking Physics classes at ACC, and you are planning on transferring to a four-year school after leaving ACC, click here for a guide to how your classes will transfer to some of the nearby Texas schools.
Last updated: September 29, 2016
Information about dates, times, and locations for open labs can be found on the Make-up Labs page.
Check out the "Resources for Physics Students" page for instructor website links, textbook web links, tutorials, and other helpful links.
Interested in becoming a physics as a career? DiplomaGuide.com has info on estimated salaries, career options and other information for the student interested in a career in physics. Physicist Career Summary from DiplomaGuide.com
Careers in Physics from the University of Texas at Austin is a good source of information, as is What Can You Do with a College Degree in Physics?. Why Study Physics? The American Physical Society has information.
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