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The minor in Physics is an excellent way of satisfying your curiosity about science while you major in another field. It is a particular asset for students competing for admission to professional schools (such as law or medicine), or especially for students interested in the 3+2 engineering master's program.
The minor consists of 18-20 credit hours. Courses completed for a related major may also count for your minor, thus reducing the credit hours required.
  • Minor in Physics
    Required Courses

    PHY 219 General Physics I
    PHY 220 General Physics II 4
    PHY 300 Modern Physics 4
    Select two courses from the following: 6-8
    PHY 310 Electricity and Magnetism
    PHY 320 Classical Mechanics
    CHM 439 Thermodynamics and Kinetics
    CHM 440 Quantum Mechanics and Spectoscopy
    Total Credits Required 18-20