A physics minor offers students a foundation in the central areas of physics, such as Newtonian mechanics, electricity and magnetism, statistical physics and quantum mechanics. This minor complements many primary areas of study, particularly in the physical sciences, mathematics, engineering, computer programming and design-related fields. The physics minor also provides valuable education students need to enter professional schools, such as medicine and law.
|PHYS 211||Essentials of Physics I||3|
|PHYS 211L||Essentials of Physics I Lab||1|
|Total Credit Hours||4|
|PHYS 212||Essentials of Physics II||3|
|PHYS 212L||Essentials of Physics II Lab||1|
|PHYS 306||Principles of Physics III||3|
|PHYS 307||Introduction to Modern Physics||3|
|PHYS 310||Intermediate Experimental Physics||4|
|Total Credit Hours||14|
- Three or more credits in Physics courses numbered 311 or higher.