Physics, Minor

Program Overview

A minor in physics appeals to students who have an interest in physics but intend to pursue a degree in some other field. If this other field is a technical discipline, it likely already requires two or three of the five courses needed for a minor in physics and at least eight of the expected seventeen credits. A student may confer with the academic advisor for the physics minor to select courses with a particular focus, such as biophysics, condensed matter physics, quantum physics, particle-astrophysics-cosmology, experimental physics, theoretical/mathematical physics, and more.

Undergraduate Policies

For undergraduate policies and procedures, please review the Office of Undergraduate Studies section of the General Bulletin.