The Bachelor of Science in Physics provides a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for graduate studies or careers in technology, medicine, education, law, finance, industry, and other professions.
The Pre-Health Care Concentration is specially designed for students with an interest in medicine, dentistry, or other health related professions, and it satisfies the medical/dental preprofessional program requirements.
Please refer to the BS Physics Pre-Health Care Planner for a suggested sequence of courses.
Note that many courses are offered only in the fall or only in the spring.
- Each of:
- PHY 1420 General Physics I
- PHY 1430 General Physics II
- PHY 2135 Basic Electronics Laboratory
- PHY 2190 Introduction to Research in Physics
- PHY 2350 Modern Physics
- PHY 2360 Mathematical and Computational Physics
- PHY 3175 Intermediate Physics Laboratory I
- PHY 3320 Intermediate Classical Mechanics
- PHY 3330 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
- PHY 3372 Introductory Quantum Mechanics I
- PHY 3373 Introductory Quantum Mechanics II
- PHY 4190 Dissemination of Research Results in Physics
- PHY 4340 Statistical and Thermal Physics
- PHY 4001 Exit Exam
(Each course must apply to a major in its department.)
- BIO 1305-1105, 1306-1106, and six semester hours at the "3000" or "4000" level
- CHE 1301, 1302, 1316, 3331, 3332, and 3238
- Computer science, three semester hours
- MTH 1321, 1322, 2311, 2321, 3325, and 3326