A physics minor provides a foundation in classical and modern physics, together with enhanced skills in electronics or computational physics. It is a good complement for students enrolled in many other majors.
The Physics Minor is not available to majors in physics, biological physics, or engineering physics.
Courses may not be taken on a credit / no-credit basis.
PHY 181 - The Physical World and PHY 183 - Physics Laboratory (co-requisites)
PHY 182 - The Physical World II and PHY 184 - Physics Laboratory (co-requisites)
PHY 281 - Contemporary Physics I: Foundation
PHY 293 - Contemporary Physics Laboratory
MTH 151 - Calculus I and MTH 251 - Calculus II, or
MTH 153 - Calculus I and MTH 251 - Calculus II, or
MTH 249 - Calculus II
PHY282 - Contemporary Physics II: Frontiers, or
PHY 292 - Electronic Instrumentation and PHY 294 - Laboratory in Electronic Instrumentation, or
PHY 286 - Introduction to Computational Physics