This program offers rigorous training in the fundamentals of physics. It is designed for well-prepared and highly motivated students, particularly those interested in further study of physics at the graduate level. After completing this program, students will be well grounded in classical and modern physics and equipped to choose a specialized area for further study and research.
231-233, 310, 331, 332*, 341*, 344*, 349, 391, 491
At least 2 credits of PHYS 378 or other department-approved research experience
And at least 3 additional credits at the 300 level.
MATH 121, 122, 221, 235, and three of the following with at least one from each category:
Category A: MATH 222, 241, 311, 338
Category B: MATH 331, CS 110
*These courses are offered every other year. Students should plan their schedules accordingly.