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 Computational Physics Concentration emphasizes interdisciplinary coursework in physics and computer science, and it is geared toward students with an interest in computational physics.
Please refer to the BS Physics Computational Physics 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 4360 Computer Models in Physics
- PHY 4001 Exit Exam
(Each course must apply to a major in its department.)
- CSI 1430, 1440, 2334, 2350, and 3324
- MTH 1321, 1322, 2311, 2321, 3325, and 3326
- Nine hours of physics or computer science courses at the "3000" or "4000" level