The objectives of the physics minor are to provide a stronger background in the physical sciences for chemistry majors, math majors and other majors, and to provide preparation for the workplace and graduate or professional schooling.
|Lower Division Requirement||8|
|PHYS 2211||Principles of Physics I||3|
|PHYS 2211L||Principles of Physics Lab I||1|
|PHYS 2212||Principles of Physics II||3|
|PHYS 2212L||Principles of Physics Lab II||1|
|Upper Division Electives||10|
|Choose a minimum of 10 hours from the following: 1|
|Topics in Astrophysics|
|Prin of Physics III - Modern|
|Modern Physics Laboratory|
|On-Campus Internship I 2|
or PHYS 3230
|Introductory Research I|
or PHYS 4230
|Physics Research Practicum I|
|Electricity and Magnetism I|
|Methods of Mathematical Phys|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Consult your advisor to determine which of these courses best meets your academic needs.
Only one 3000-4000 level experiential learning course (PHYS 3220 On-Campus Internship I, PHYS 3230 Introductory Research I, PHYS 3231 Introductory Research II, PHYS 4230 Physics Research Practicum I, or PHYS 4231 Physics Research Practicum II) may be counted as an elective in the Physics minor.