The Secondary Major in Astronomy allows students in other degree programs to broaden their university experience by completing a foundational set of astronomy courses. Students who complete these requirements will receive a "Secondary Major in Astronomy" notation on their diplomas in addition to the degree associated with their primary degree program.
Please refer to the Secondary Majors web page for more information.
Note that many courses are offered only in the fall or only in the spring.
- PHY 1420 – General Physics I
- PHY 1430 – General Physics II
- PHY 2350 – Modern Physics
- PHY 2360 – Mathematical and Computational Physics
- PHY 2455 – Foundations of Astronomy
- PHY 3320 – Intermediate Classical Mechanics
- PHY 3350 – Topics in Astronomy
- PHY 3455 – Observational Astronomy
- PHY 4150 – Instructional Observing
- PHY 4350 – Introduction to Stellar Structure and Evolution
- PHY 4351 – Introduction to Modern Cosmology
- PHY 4001 – Exit Exam
- MTH 1321, 1322, 2311, 2321, 3325, and 3326