Minor in Physics
The Physics Minor provides students with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of physical concepts as well as acquire lab and problem solving skills in Physics. The Physics Minor provides an option for students to have an emphasis in a field other than their own; the additional qualifications give them the opportunity to diversify in their choice of graduate program or career after graduation.
Administered by: Department of Physics
To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:
Two (2) courses from the following:
Plus three (3) courses from the following:
|PCS 107||The Natural Context|
|PCS 224||Solid State Physics|
|PCS 228*||Electricity and Magnetism|
|PCS 230||Photonics and Optical Devices|
|PCS 300*||Modern Physics|
|PCS 335||Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics|
|PCS 350||Computational Methods in Medical Physics|
|PCS 352||Nuclear Physics/Radiation Protection|
|PCS 401||Quantum Mechanics I|
|PCS 510||Fundamentals of Astrophysics|
|PCS 521||Mathematical Physics|
|PCS 622||Mathematical Methods in Medical Physics|
|PCS 624||Electromagnetism II|
|PCS 700||Quantum Mechanics II|
|PCS 724||Condensed Matter Physics/Materials|
*If not already taken as a required course.
Please see PDF fileSenate Policy 2, Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.