Physics Minor

All students planning to take a minor in Physics must have a minor adviser in the Department of Physics.

The Physics minor can complement any degree in the sciences (such as Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry or Environmental Science), liberal arts or professional degrees (such as Pharmacy, Health Sciences or Education) providing a solid background in scientific knowledge and analytical skills. The Physics minor program requires some mathematics.

Students should consult their adviser regarding the mathematics prerequisites for these courses.

Catalog Requirements for a Physics Minor

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