Computational Physics Coordinator – Dr. Nicholas Nesh
Students with an interest in both physics and computer science should consider this specialization. Graduates of this program will be prepared for a career in technical and/or scientific software development. Some graduates, by proper choice of electives, enroll in graduate physics or graduate computer science programs. Students who elect this specialization are encouraged to take as many Computer Science courses as possible.
- PHY 431
- CSC 220 (Computational Problem Solving)
- CSC 230 (Data Structures)
- CSC 270 (Discrete Structures)
- CSC 415 (Software Engineering)
Two additional courses in Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Engineering, by advisement, are also required.