Minor Program Requirements:
|PHYS-206||University Physics I*||3 cr.|
|PHYS-203||Physics I Laboratory||1 cr.|
|PHYS-207||University Physics II*||3 cr.|
|PHYS-204||Physics II Laboratory||1 cr.|
|PHYS-305||Modern Physics I||3 cr.|
|PHYS-306||Modern Physics II||3 cr.|
|Two 300-level physics courses||6 cr.|
|Total 20 cr.|
*PHYS-206 may be substituted by PHYS-201 and PHYS-207 may be substituted by PHYS-202
All 300-level courses in Physics are offered in the evening
Students are strongly encouraged to take the required 200-level physics courses, as well as MATH 107 (Calculus I) and MATH 202 (Calculus II) as early as possible, since these are prerequisites for almost all of the 300-level physics courses.
Transfer credit information:
Physics courses taken from other institutions inside the U.S. usually transfer with no problem. I will need to see a catalog description of any statistics course taken at another institution and any Physics courses taken at institutions outside the U.S.
The College of Arts and Sciences has a rule that states only 9 hours of Physics transfer credits can be applied towards an Physics minor. Remember that the University requires a grade of C or better in any course applied toward the major or minor.