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be elected as a departmental concentration program.
to Concentration. Mathematics
216 (or the equivalent); Physics 140/141,
240/241 and 340/341 (recommended sequence).
least 30 credits in Physics courses numbered 390 and above. A
concentration plan must include:
401 and 405 should precede Physics 453; Physics 453 is a prerequisite
to most courses numbered above.
441 and 442
courses from among Physics 402,
460, and 463.
451 or comparable Mathematics
course or courses.
390, 401, 405, 406, and 453 must be completed with a minimum
grade of C- in each course and a cumulative average of C or higher.
419 and 489 are not acceptable for the degree BS in physics.
who have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2 are
encouraged to elect an Honors concentration in physics. In addition
to the regular departmental requirements for concentration, candidates
for an Honors concentration must elect six credits of physics
from courses numbered 401 and above which are not otherwise required
and must also complete a senior Honors thesis based on research
done under the supervision of a faculty member.
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