Find classrooms and times in the SFSU class schedule.
Registration procedures and Lab Schedule for Spring 2014
Programs & Descriptions
If you are trying to determine what class to take for the upcoming semester, a few helpful sites are:
- Program Listings in the SFSU Bulletin
- Physics Course Descriptions in the SFSU Bulletin
- Astronomy Course Descriptions in the SFSU Bulletin
- Recommended Undergraduate Programs
- Recommended Graduate Programs
- Recommended programs for future teachers: BA Physics or BA Physics with concentration in astronomy.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy is here to support your academic success at San Francisco State University. One key educational service that we provide as a department is advising. Advising is not only required by the department and by University policy, but it can also help speed your progress through the program and secure the completion of all of your degree requirements in a timely manner. All Physics and Astronomy majors need to see their advisor at least once a year. Please arrange to see your advisor before enrolling in classes for Fall 2010. If you do not know who your advisor is, please see Ms. Caroline Alcantara in the physics office and she can give you that information. If you fail to get advising, a hold will be placed on your registration at the end of early priority registration. We look forward to seeing you and helping you to get the most from your SFSU experience.
All contact information for department advisors can be found on the People page.
- University Scholarships
- Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships for prospective high school science teachers
- LSAMP (Louise Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation) program
- NSF Graduate Fellowships
- Goldwater Scholarships
- Udall Scholarships
- Barbara Lotze scholarshipsThe American Association of Physics Teachers is offering three $2,000 scholarships for future high-school physics teachers.