Pre-graduate Physics Coordinator – Dr. Angela Capece
Students in this specialization will acquire an excellent theoretical and experimental background that prepares them for graduate study in physics or astrophysics. Graduates can also find career placements in industrial or national laboratories for research and development.
- MAT 326 (Differential Equations)
- PHY 422
- PHY 431
- PHY 311
- CSC 220 (Computational Problem Solving) or CSC 215 (Computer Science I for Science and Engineering)
Two additional 300 or 400 level courses in Physics, Chemistry, or Mathematics, are also required. Typically: PHY 411, PHY 413, PHY 425, PHY 426