The Department has a General Physics Lab for the lower division physics, astronomy and electronics courses and a Computational/Modern Physics Lab for upper division physics courses. The General Physics Lab is equipped with a number of electronic devices, and several state-of-the-art computer interfaced equipment from PASCO.
The Computational/Modern Physics Lab is equipped with several high-tech instrumentation, such as a table-top Cosmic Ray Muon Detector, Cloud Chamber, Speed of Light apparatus, Photoelectric Effect apparatus, Milliken Oil-drop apparatus, and an E/M apparatus.
Additionally we are planning to build a 16-node Beowulf Cluster for the Computational Physics course to carry out various parallel processing tasks. The department also has two state-of-the-art 10 inch telescopes for observations.