Physics Department

Physics, Engineering Dual Degree and Atmospheric Science Dual Degree Programs
 
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Engineering Dual-Degree Program
Atmospheric Science Dual-Degree Program

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Notes:
Be sure to check on the requirements for the specific dual degree program that you are interested in. Some programs may have additional or different requirements.

Dual-Degree Course Grid with Physics Major

 
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
Comments
First Year PHYS 130: Physics I
MATH 151: Calculus I
INTR 101: Introduction to the Liberal Arts

Language
or
CATA 101
or
ENGL 110
PHYS 132: Physics II
Math 152: Calculus II

Language
and/or
CATA 101
and/or
ENGL 110

All Physics and Dual degree students should complete Physics I and Physics II during their first year.

Dual Degree students should take English 110 during their first year. A combination of Language and CATA 101 may also be taken

Second Year

PHYS 134: Physics III
PHYS 208: Classical Mechanics
and/or
PHYS 210: Circuit Analysis
and/or
PHYS 190: Digital Electronics

MATH 254: Differential Equations
or
MATH 241: Linear Algebra

CATA 101 and/or
Integrated Studies: Global Perspectives

Beauty and Meaning Participation

PHYS 208: Classical Mechanics
and/or
PHYS 280: Introduction to Modern Physics
and/or
PHYS 303: Electricity and Magnetism


MATH 253:Calculus III
or
MATH 254: Differential Equations
or
MATH 241: Linear Algebra

CATA 101 and/or
Integrated Studies: Global Perspectives

Beauty and Meaning Appreciation

Students should take Physics III in the Fall of their second year.

The other courses may be taken in either semester. See yearly course offerings for details on which courses will be offered during the fall and spring semesters.

Students should complete their language and CATA during their second year.

Third Year

PHYS 303: Electricity and Magnetism
PHYS 310: Quantum Mechanics
Physics elective(s)
PHYS 350: Science Seminar

Life Science

Human Societies (numbered 300 or higher) or Reflections or Citizenship

CHEM 130

PHYS 315L : Advanced Laboratory
Physics elective(s)
PHYS 350: Science Seminar

Reflections and/or Citizenship and/or Human Societies (numbered 300 or higher)

CHEM 140

Students should take Physics 303 and Physics 310 during their third year.

Four semesters of Science Seminar are required. Dual Degree students need only two semesters.

Physics electives are on a rotating schedule. Be sure to see the course schedule for what courses are being offered each semester.

Fourth Year
.At Engineering School!!
 
Major & Minor Requirements
Engineering Dual-Degree Program
Atmospheric Science Dual-Degree Program

Courses

Off-Campus Internship & Research Opportunities
Science Network
Facilities &
Scientific Computing
Student & Faculty Research
Alumni
Faculty
This Week's Physics Problem!

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