Requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
The following table summarizes all requirements for a Bachelor of Science in engineering physics. To see the description of a particular course, click on its title. Our Course Descriptions page lists all physics and engineering courses. For one possible breakdown of the major by semester, see the Plan of Study below.
* The physics elective is to be chosen from the following: PHYS 312, PHYS 404, PHYS 406, PHYS 409, PHYS 410, PHYS 451 or PHYS 452.
**Departmental Comprehensive Requirement (PHYS 490): The comprehensive requirement for physics is satisfied by a) service as a teaching aide in one introductory physics lab section and b) passing an oral exam given at the end of a student's last semester of study.
*** The mathematics elective is to be chosen from the following: MATH 207, MATH 208, MATH 241, MATH 322, MATH 323, MATH 341, MATH 342, MATH 345, MATH 351, MATH 352, MATH 413, MATH 431, or MATH 453.
**** The School of Arts and Sciences requires all majors to complete a foreign language course at the 202 level or higher. Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional courses in the language, which count as general electives.
Plan of Study for a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
The following is a suggested four-year plan of study for engineering physics majors. Changes in sequencing may be desirable. All modifications should be made in consultation with the student's academic adviser.
To see the title of a course in the plan of study below, simply pass the cursor over the course's number. To see the description for a course, click on its number.