Physics deals with the structure of matter, the transformation and properties of energy and the relationships between matter and energy. Students majoring in physics learn principles that can be applied to everyday situations and modern technology.
The study of physics is intellectually stimulating and helps you become a better thinker and problem solver able to deal with more complex problems that require creative solutions.
33 semester hours
- PHY 101 - General Physics
- PHY 216 - Electronics
- PHY 227 - Modern Physics I
- PHY 228 - Modern Physics II
- PHY 331 - Electricity and Magnetism
- PHY 332 - Mechanics
- PHY 391 - Advanced Laboratory
- PHY 490 - Physics Capstone
- One additional 300 level or higher Physics course
- CHM 111-112 - General Chemistry I and II
- MTH 222 - Calculus I
- MTH 223 - Calculus II
- MTH 307 - Calculus III
- It is strongly suggested that students take a course in Computer Science at the 200 level or higher.