Requirements for a Minor in Physics

Physics students acquire technology-based problem-solving skills in a traditional liberal arts context.  Following graduation, students students find these skills in demand for careers in teaching, technical management, software or hardware engineering, and many other technical fields.

A minor in physics requires the following courses:

PHY 2034 General Physics I and PHY 2044 General Physics II
PHY 2234 University Physics I and PHY 2244 University Physics II

AND any two of the following courses:
PHY 2363 Statics
PHY 3053 General Astronomy
PHY 3083 Mechanics
PHY 3103 Modern Physics
PHY 3173 Optics
PHY 3323 Applied Acoustics
PHY 3434 Digital Electronics
PHY 3463 Electric Circuits
PHY 3473 Computational Physics
EGR 2253 Engineering Computer Solutions

Note: PHY 1024 does NOT count toward the physics minor.

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