Bachelor of Arts in Physics

University of California – Berkeley Campus

Berkeley, California, USA
Bachelor of Arts in Physics
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • The Physics Major program is designed to give students a solid foundation in physics to prepare them for work in the related field or a physics graduate program
  • Provide students with a broad understanding of the physical principles of the universe, to help them develop critical thinking and quantitative reasoning skills
  • Students study topics such as quantum mechanics, classical mechanics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism and optics
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees3017195 INR
Hostel & Meals1276573 INR
Insurance258977 INR
Transportation43505 INR
Student Services Fee82615 INR
Berkeley Campus Fee113522 INR
Class Pass Fee - Transit13916 INR
Document Management Fee29735 INR
Books and Supplies80125 INR
Personal131246 INR
Application Fee5859 INR
Total2036073 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12th70%
  • Applicants must complete both year X and XII state board or CBSE examinations, with average marks above 70 and no mark below 60.
  • or Earn a grade point average (GPA) of 3.4 or better in these courses with no grade lower than a C.
    • 2 Years of History
    • 4 Years of English
    • 3 Years of Mathematics
    • 2 Years of Science
    • 2 Years of Language other than English
      *or equivalent to the 2nd level of high school instruction
    • 1 Year of Visual and performing arts
    • 1 Year of College-preparatory elective
ExamsTOEFL: 80

IELTS: 6.5

SAT: Accepted

Additional info
  • Academic Transcripts
  • Proof of English Langauge Proficiency
  • SAT scores
  • The applicant’s full record of achievement in college preparatory work in high school, including the number and rigor of courses taken and grades earned in those courses.
  • Letter of Recommendation: Only Shortlisted students are requested to provide Letter of Recommendation
    • one letter must be written by a teacher or instructor, The second letter can be written by anyone the student selects, ideally someone who knows them well and can speak to one or more of the characteristics above
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