BS in Physics - Engineering Physics Option
A student majoring in physics may select an engineering physics option.
& PHYS 315
|Physics for Scientists I|
and University Physics Lab I 1
& PHYS 316
|Physics for Scientists II|
and University Physics Lab II 1
|PHYS 551||Topics in Modern Physics||3|
|PHYS 621||Analytical Mechanics||3|
|PHYS 631||Electricity and Magnetism||3|
|PHYS 651||Quantum Mechanics I||3|
|MATH 555||Differential Equations I||3|
|Select one of the following MATH courses||3|
|Advanced Calculus I|
|Partial Differential Equations for Engineers|
|Select 10 credit hours in chemistry||10|
|Select three semesters from the following||6|
|Advanced Physics Laboratory|
|Computational Physics Laboratory|
|Select four courses approved by the physics department from a given engineering department|
|Total Credit Hours||47|
With departmental approval, the engineering courses could substitute for required courses covering similar topics.
Students in the BS in physics are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met in several ways. Students can take PHYS 516, PHYS 481 or engage in undergraduate research PHYS 600/ PHYS 601.