Physics (Computational Physics), B.S.

Requirements for a Major in Physics (Computational Physics)

Thirty-six semester hours including:
Required Courses
PHY 1420General Physics I4
PHY 1430General Physics II4
PHY 2135Basic Electronics Laboratory1
PHY 2190Introduction to Research in Physics1
PHY 2350Modern Physics3
PHY 2360Mathematical and Computational Physics3
PHY 3175Intermediate Physics Laboratory I1
PHY 3320Intermediate Classical Mechanics3
PHY 3330Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism3
PHY 3372Introductory Quantum Mechanics I3
PHY 3373Introductory Quantum Mechanics II3
PHY 4190Dissemination of Research Results in Physics1
PHY 4340Statistical and Thermal Physics3
PHY 4360Computer Models in Physics3
PHY 4001Exit Exam0
Required Courses in Other Fields
CSI 1430Introduction to Computer Science I with Laboratory4
CSI 1440Introduction to Computer Science II with Laboratory4
CSI 2334Introduction to Computer Systems3
CSI 2350Discrete Structures3
CSI 3324Numerical Methods3
MTH 1321Calculus I3
MTH 1322Calculus II3
MTH 2311Linear Algebra3
MTH 2321Calculus III3
MTH 3325Ordinary Differential Equations3
MTH 3326Partial Differential Equations3
Nine semester hours of additional PHY or CSI courses at the 3000-4000 level 1, 29
Total Hours80

Excluding STA 2381 Introductory Statistical Methods


Courses selected must apply to a major in these fields.