Department of Physics and Technology
The Engineering/Physics lab is used for introductory and advanced physics courses for physics and engineering majors.
Modern/Advanced Classical Physics Lab
This specialized, dedicated lab has four independent compartments rigged for simultaneous experiments.
Manufacturing/Materials Testing Lab
The Department has acquired advanced materials testing equipment including a rheometer, static and dynamic load frames, hardness testers, X-ray fluorescence machines and 3D printers for rapid prototyping.
The Computerized Physics Lab consists of 16 high-end, dual monitor workstations equipped with engineering CAD/CAM software which supports our 3+2 Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering Technology programs.
The Department maintains an observatory on the roof of Cooper Hall. The observatory has a 16 inch Celestron telescope which can be used for research and public viewing sessions. The observatory also has a viewing deck and several smaller telescopes available for use.