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The requirements for a major in physics are 9.0 course credits: Physics 128, 211, 224, 225, 314, 315, 326, 429, and either 316 or 317. Physics 111 and 112 may be substituted for 128, 211 provided grades of 3.0 or better are earned in each.

Supporting studies required for a major are Mathematics 121, 122, 223 (Calculus I-III) and 311 (Differential Equations). Chemistry courses through Chemistry 128 are recommended. Courses in computer science are also strongly recommended.

The requirements for the physical science teaching major are described in the Science Teacher Preparation section of the catalog.

The requirements for a minor in physics are five course credits: Physics 128, 211, 224, 225 and one course credit at the 300 level or above. Mathematics 121,122 and 223 are required. Physics 111 and 112 may be substituted for 128, 211 provided grades of 3.0 or better are earned in each.

A Typical Curriculum for a Physics Major

FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR
Discourse 101, 102; 103, 109 Religion 100
Principia 101 Physics 224, 225
Mathematics 121, 122 Chemistry 127, 128
Physics 128, 211 Mathematics 210, 223
Physical Education 111 Physical Education 112
Elective or
Distribution Requirement
Elective or
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JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR
Physics 314, 316 Physics 315, 326, 429
Mathematics 311 Integration Course
Electives or
Distribution Requirements
Electives or
Distribution Requirements

Religion 300

 

 

 


 

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