Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.

Bachelor of Science in Physics requirements are a minimum of 36 hours in physics, including: 

Major Requirements
PHYS 231Introductory Physics I4
PHYS 232Introductory Physics II4
PHYS 294Physics for the Future2
PHYS 334Computer Modeling of Physical Systems2
PHYS 331Spacetime & Quanta4
PHYS 341Analytical Mechanics4
PHYS 342Electromagnetic Theory4
PHYS 344Quantum Mechanics4
PHYS 345Methods of Data Analysis and Presentation2
PHYS 351Analog Electronics2
PHYS 494Senior Seminar2
Select at least 2 credits of the following:2
Introduction to Medical Physics
Computer Data Acquisition
Advanced Optics
Thermodynamics 1
Solid State Physics and Nanotechnology
Plasma Physics
Particle Physics & Cosmology
Introduction to Stellar and Galactic Astrophysics
An approved research experience or PHYS 3430-2
Total Credits36-38
Supporting Course Requirements
MATH 231Calculus I2-4
or MATH 233 Calculus I B
MATH 232Calculus II2-4
or MATH 234 Calculus II B
MATH 245Linear Algebra4
MATH 331Vector Calculus2
MATH 333Differential Equations4
CHEM 231General Chemistry I4