Minor

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, and courses may not be taken on a credit / no-credit basis.

Program Requirements:
PHY 191 - General Physics I
PHY 192 - General Physics II
PHY 281 - Contemporary Physics I: Foundation
PHY 293 - Contemporary Physics Laboratory

Select one of the following:
MTH 151 - Calculus I and MTH 251 - Calculus II, or
MTH 153 - Calculus I and MTH 251 - Calculus II, or
MTH 249 - Calculus II
 
Select one of the following:
PHY 282 - Contemporary Physics II: Frontiers, or
PHY 292 - Electronic Instrumentation and PHY 294 - Laboratory in Electronic Instrumentation, or
PHY 286 - Introduction to Computational Physics

Total credit hours: 23-28