Students

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

Bachelor of Science in Physics,
Physics in Medicine, Research Track

Freshman

First Term
BIOL 1001 3
ENGL 1001 3
MATH 1450 4
PHYS 1013 4
Total 14

Second Term
BIOL 2001 3
ENGL 1002 3
MATH 1451 4
PHYS 1014 4
*Intro. to Research 0
Total 14


Sophomore

First Term
CHEM 1001 4
FOLL 3-4
MATH 2450 4
PHYS 2004 3
Soc./Beh. Science 3
Total 17-18

Second Term
BIOL 1002 3
CHEM 1002 4
FOLL 3-4
MATH 2451 4
PHYS 2005 3
Total 17-18


Junior

First Term
CHEM 2113 4
HIST 1001 3
Literature 3
PHIL 3660 3
PHYS 3011 3
*Biophysics Seminar 1
Total 17

Second Term
BIOL 4101 / 5101* 3
CHEM 2114 4
HIST/Soc. Sci. 3
PHIL 2310 3
THEO 1001 3
*Biophysics Seminar 1
Total 17


Senior

First Term
Literature 3
*MATH 4720/5720 3
PHYS 4031/5031 3
PHYS 2055 2
THEO (2nd level) 3
*Biophysics Seminar 1
COSC – database 0
Total 15

Second Term
PHIL elective 3
PHYS 4012/5012 3
*PHYS 4032/5032 3
THEO (3rd level) 3
*Biophysics Seminar 1
Div. Cul. Elective 3
Total 16


TOTAL: 131-133 semester hours

* recommended as electives


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Physics Department Mission Statement

The Physics Department is committed to excellence in undergraduate physics education and embraces the Ignation ideal of cura personalis, or "care for the whole person." The Department is a community of faculty, staff and students: Faculty advance the frontiers of physics in both research and education, staff contribute their expertise in facilitating all endeavors of the department, and students participate in learning and scholarship with the guidance of the faculty.