Molinaro 275 • 262-595-2316
College:
Natural and Health Sciences
Degree and Programs Offered:
Bachelor of Science
Majors - Mathematics, Physics
Minors - Mathematics, Physics
Professional Accreditations or Memberships:
American Mathematical Society
Student Organizations/Clubs:
Math Club; Pi Mu Epsilon (Wisconsin Gamma Chapter); Society of Physics Students
Career Possibilities for Mathematics Majors:
The future outlook for careers in mathematics remains promising, especially for those who combine their training with other specialties. A degree with a major in mathematics with supporting work in computer science, business or economics will increase employment opportunities.
The Mathematics and Physics Department offers a rigorous and well-balanced program of courses leading to a bachelor of science degree with majors in mathematics and physics. Mathematics is of central importance in the sciences. In fact, mathematics has been called the language of science. This applies not only to the physical and biological sciences but increasingly to the social, managerial and behavioral sciences as well. Much of mathematics has been developed to meet the needs of the areas of human knowledge that it serves. In addition to its service role in other areas, mathematics occupies a place of its own in our intellectual heritage. From ancient Greece to our own times, people have been drawn to the elegant structure.
The physics major is primarily intended for students who wish to pursue graduate work in physics or related areas, careers in higher education, or careers in technology-based industry.
The mathematics and physics faculty are active in research. Current areas of research interest include astrophysics, computational physics, condensed matter theory, many-body theory, mathematical physics, quantum field theory, and statistical mechanics. Students majoring in mathematics or physics have an excellent opportunity to get involved in ongoing research projects. In the recent past, students have appeared as co-authors on a number of scientific publications in research and teaching journals.
In addition to mathematics and physics majors, the department hosts an articulated pre-engineering/engineering program with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
To be eligible for entrance into the mathematics major students must have successfully completed MATH 221 and 222 with a grade of C or better in each, or at the discretion of the Department. Upon declaring a major in mathematics, students must consult with a mathematics adviser to set up a program of study.
The major in mathematics includes options in pure and applied mathematics and teaching mathematics in middle childhood through early adolescence. At least 15 credits of upper-level courses in the major must be completed at UW-Parkside. Students may satisfy a mathematics major by completing the mathematics core and one of the following options or, upon consultation with a mathematics adviser, by developing programs to suit their special needs, subject to the written approval of the Mathematics Department. The following options are minimal, and students are encouraged to elect additional advanced mathematics courses.
Core Courses Required (23 credits)
These courses provide the background concepts and techniques required in upper-level mathematics offerings.
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
MATH 301 | Linear Algebra | 4 cr |
MATH 303 | Set Theory, Logic and Proof | 4 cr |
General Mathematics Option (20-24 credits)
This sequence of courses leads to an undergraduate mathematics major covering the principal areas of modern mathematics. It is recommended for students planning to study mathematics in graduate school. Students in this program are required to take all of the courses in the Mathematics Core in addition to those listed below. Students are also encouraged to broaden their mathematics background by electing additional advanced courses.
Choose one course: | ||
MATH 350 | Advanced Calculus | 4 cr |
MATH 451 | Topology | 4 cr |
MATH 310 | Advanced Probability Theory and Statistics | 4 cr |
MATH 317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
MATH 331 | Logic and Combinatorics | 3 cr |
MATH 361 | Foundations of Geometry | 3 cr |
MATH 367 | Elementary Number Theory | 4 cr |
Choose two 400-level courses (not MATH 495 or 499) |
6-8 cr |
Applied Mathematics Option (18 credits)
This sequence of courses is intended for those students who are interested in mathematics and the application of mathematics. Students in this program are required to take all of the courses in the mathematics core together with those listed below. They are also encouraged to broaden their mathematics background by electing additional advanced courses.
MATH 310 | Advanced Probability Theory and Statistics | 4 cr |
MATH 317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
MATH 368 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 cr |
Choose one course: | ||
MATH 401 | Applied Mathematics | 3 cr |
PHYS 401 | Mathematical Methods of Physics | 3 cr |
Choose one course: | ||
MATH 423 | Complex Analysis | 4 cr |
MATH 441 | Abstract Algebra | 4 cr |
Students interested in becoming teachers will need to complete an approved program pathway to a Wisconsin initial educator license. The approved pathway to this license is a structured collaboration between the mathematics and physics department and the Institute of Professional Educator Development (IPED).
The requirements for teacher licensure are specific and therefore students must meet with the IPED Adviser to coordinate the major and teacher education curriculum. It is very important to contact the IPED adviser at 262-595-2180 or Molinaro D111 as soon as possible. Students are required to seek advising each semester from both the IPED Adviser and the mathematics and physics department liaison to the teacher education program. Complete information about the Teacher Education Program can be found on the IPED website at: http://www.uwp.edu/learn/ departments/educatordevelopment/index.cfm
Students are encouraged to consider combining a major in mathematics with a major in a related area, such as computer science, behavioral science, a physical science, business or economics. This has the advantage of enhancing the understanding of two allied areas, as well as improving the prospects for employment after graduation.
Students may satisfy graduation requirements for both computer science and mathematics by completing all required courses for computer science with 9 elective credits and PHYS 201, together with the following mathematics courses (which automatically satisfy the computer science breadth requirement):
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
MATH 301 | Linear Algebra | 4 cr |
MATH 303 | Set Theory, Logic and Proof | 4 cr |
MATH 317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
MATH 350 | Advanced Calculus | 4 cr |
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MATH 367 | Elementary Number Theory | 4 cr |
MATH 441 | Abstract Algebra | 4 cr |
Students completing the computer science/mathematics double major are strongly encouraged to take CSCI 331 as one of their electives.
To earn a mathematics minor students must complete a minimum of 25 credits in mathematics by completing the four required courses and at least two other upper level courses, one of which must be at the 400-level.
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
MATH 301 | Linear Algebra | 4 cr |
Choose one 400-level course (not MATH 495 or 499) | 3-4 cr |
Choose one 300- or 400-level course (not MATH 495 or 499) |
3-4 cr |
To earn an elementary mathematics minor students must complete a minimum of 31 credits and have a declared elementary education or special education major.
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
Choose one: | ||
MATH 301 | Linear Algebra | 4 cr |
MATH 303 | Set Theory, Logic and Proof | 4 cr |
Choose one: | ||
MATH 361 | Foundations of Geometry | 3 cr |
MATH 367 | Elementary Number Theory |
4 cr |
EDU 212 | Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers | 3 cr |
EDU 431 | Teaching Developmental Math Concepts, K-2 | 3 cr |
EDU 442 | Teaching Developmental Math Concepts, 3-8 | 3 cr |
Students entering a degree program at UW-Parkside should have taken at least three years of high school mathematics including ninth-grade algebra, 10th-grade geometry and 11th- grade advanced algebra and trigonometry. Students intending to take college-level mathematics courses are encouraged to strengthen their preparation by taking 12th-grade pre-calculus. MATH 10, MATH 11, MATH 15, MATH 16 and MATH 111 are not replacements for high school mathematics courses.
Students satisfy this requirement with the completion of either MATH 102 or MATH 103 for 3 credits or MATH 111 for 4 credits (with a grade of C-minus or better).
Students are exempt from the requirement if their placement results (based on UW Mathematics Placement Test) are above MATH 102 or MATH 111. Students must complete computational skills within their first 60 academic credits.
Mathematics Placement is by UW Mathematics Placement Test scores. It is possible as well to take a placement test. This examination serves as a guide for placement in mathematics courses. Placement in mathematics courses is usually made at the following levels:
To be eligible for entrance into the physics major students must have successfully completed MATH 221, 222 and PHYS 201, 202 with a grade of C or better in each, or at the discretion of the Department.
The physics major consists of at least 42 credits of core courses and a minimum of 23 credits of support courses, in addition to the general university requirements. At least 15 credits of upper level courses must be completed at UW-Parkside.
PHYS 201 | General Physics I | 5 cr |
PHYS 202 | General Physics II | 5 cr |
PHYS 205 | Modern Physics | 3 cr |
PHYS 241 | Scientific Programming | 3 cr |
PHYS 301 | Classical Mechanics | 4 cr |
PHYS 302 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 cr |
PHYS 303 | Computational Physics | 3 cr |
PHYS 306 | Advanced Experiments in Physics | 3 cr |
PHYS 403 | Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics | 4 cr |
PHYS 441 | Quantum Physics | 4 cr |
PHYS 495 | Senior Seminar | 1 cr |
Choose one course: | ||
PHYS 401 | Mathematical Methods of Physics | 3 cr |
MATH 401 | Applied Mathematics | 3 cr |
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
MATH 301 | Linear Algebra | 4 cr |
MATH 317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
PHYS 201 | General Physics I* | 5 cr |
PHYS 202 | General Physics II* | 5 cr |
PHYS 205 | Modern Physics | 3 cr |
PHYS 306 | Advanced Experiments in Physics | 3 cr |
Additional physics course at the 200-level or above | 3 cr |
Additional physics course at the 300-level or above | 3 cr |
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
The articulated pre-engineering/engineering agreement with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) creates a curriculum plan so the students at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside (UWP) may complete and transfer coursework applicable to the first two years of the UWM electrical and mechanical engineering majors in the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), and provides guaranteed transfer to students who complete all of the articulated pre-engineering courses and the UWM admission requirements.
CHEM 101 | General Chemistry I | 4 cr |
CHEM 103 | General Chemistry Lab I | 1 cr |
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
PHYS 201 | General Physics I | 5 cr |
Gen Ed | Art or Hum or Soc | 3 cr |
Foreign Lang* | 4 cr |
Spring Semester (16 credits)
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
PHYS 202 | General Physics II | 5 cr |
PHYS 241 | Scientific Programming | 3 cr |
PHYS 211 | Statics | 3 cr |
Gen Ed | Art or Hum or Soc | 3 cr |
Foreign Lang* | 4 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
MATH 317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
PHYS 212 | Dynamics | 3 cr |
Gen Ed | Art or Hum or Soc | 3 cr |
ENGL | English Competency Requirement | 3 cr |
CHEM 102 | General Chemistry II | 4 cr |
CHEM 104 | General Chemistry Lab II | 1 cr |
PHYS 303 | Computational Physics | 3 cr |
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MATH 368 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 cr |
PHYS 403 | Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics | 4 cr |
PHYS 214 | Electrical Circuits I | 3 cr |
Gen Ed | Soc | 3 cr |
ENGL | English Competency Requirement | 3 cr |
Civ Eng 303 | Strength of Materials | (4 cr) |
EAS 200 | Professional Seminar | (1 cr) |
MechEng 110 | Engineering Fundamentals I | (4 cr) |
MatlEng 201 | Engineering Materials | (4 cr) |
MechEng 321 | Basic Heat Transfer | (4 cr) |
MechEng 111 | Engineering Fundamentals II | (4 cr) |
MchEng 320 | Intro to Fluid Mechanics | (3 cr) |
MatlEng 330 | Materials and Processes in Manuf | (3 cr) |
Ind Eng 467 | Intro Statistics/Phys Sci & Engr | (3 cr) |
MechEng 474 | Intro to Control Systems | (4 cr) |
MechEng 323 | Fluid Mechanics Laboratory | (1 cr) |
MechEng 360 | Mechanical Design I | (3 cr) |
MechEng 366 | Design of Machine Elements | (4 cr) |
MechEng 370 | Comp Aided Engineer Lab | (2 cr) |
MechEng XXX | Technical Elective | (3 cr) |
MechEng XXX | Part B Oral & Written | (3 cr) |
MechEng 438 | Mech Eng Experimentation | (3 cr) |
MechEng 479 | Mechatronics | (3 cr) |
MechEng 496 | Senior Design | (3 cr) |
MechEng XXX | Technical Electives | (8 cr) |
CHEM 101 | General Chemistry I | 4 cr |
CHEM 103 | General Chemistry Lab I | 1 cr |
MATH 221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
PHYS 201 | General Physics I | 5 cr |
Gen Ed | Art or Hum or Soc | 3 cr |
Foreign Lang* | 4 cr |
MATH 222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
PHYS 202 | General Physics II | 5 cr |
PHYS 211 | Statics | 3 cr |
PHYS 241 | Scientific Programming | 3 cr |
Gen Ed | Art or Hum or Soc | 3 cr |
Foreign Lang* | 4 cr |
MATH 223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
MATH 317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
PHYS 212 | Dynamics | 3 cr |
PHYS 302 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 cr |
Gen Ed | Art or Hum or Soc | 3 cr |
ENGL | English Competency Requirement | 3 cr |
CHEM 102 | General Chemistry II | 4 cr |
CHEM 104 | General Chemistry Lab II | 1 cr |
PHYS 303 | Computational Physics | 3 cr |
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MATH 368 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 cr |
PHYS 403 | Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics | 4 cr |
PHYS 214 | Electrical Circuits I | 3 cr |
Gen Ed | Soc | 3 cr |
ENGL | English Competency Requirement | 3 cr |
Commun XXX | Part B Oral & Written | (3 cr) |
EAS 200 | Professional Seminar | (1 cr) |
ElecEng 305 | Electrical Circuits II | (4 cr) |
ElecEng 354 | Digital Logic | (3 cr) |
MatlEng 201 | Engineering Materials | (4 cr) |
ElecEng 310 | Signals and Systems | (3 cr) |
ElecEng 330 | Electronics I | (4 cr) |
ElecEng 362 | Electromechanical Energy Conv | (4 cr) |
ElecEng 367 | Intro to Microprocessors | (4 cr) |
ElecEng 335 | Electronics II | (4 cr) |
ElecEng 420 | Random Signals and Systems | (3 cr) |
ElecEng XXX | Technical Electives | (9 cr) |
ElecEng 595 | Senior Design | (4 cr) |
ElecEng XXX | Technical Electives | (9 cr) |
*If required, refer to UWM foreign language requirement
Note: Students should work with their advisers and utilize TIS to determine general education courses that transfer to UWM and meet UWM general education requirements.
10 | Essential Math Skills | 3 cr |
Prereq: None. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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11 | Essential Math Skills Lab | 2 cr |
Prereq: Completion of departmentally-mandated minimal number of MATH 10 proficiencies. Consent of instructor required. Freq: Winterim, Summer. |
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15 | Intermediate Algebra | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 10 with a grade of C or better or a grade of CR; or MATH 11 with a grade of CR; or appropriate placement score. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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16 | Intermediate Algebra Lab | 2 cr |
Prereq: Completion of departmentally-mandated minimal number of MATH 15 proficiencies. Consent of instructor required. Freq: Winterim, Summer. |
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102 | Survey of Mathematics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 15 or 16 with a minimum grade of C/CR; or appropriate placement. Freq: Fall. |
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103 | Elementary Statistics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 15 or 16 with a minimum grade of C/CR; or appropriate placement. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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111 | College Algebra I | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 15 or 16 with a minimum grade of C/CR; or appropriate placement. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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112 | College Algebra II | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 111 with a grade of C or better; or equivalent; or appropriate placement score. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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113 | Trigonometry | 2 cr |
Prereq: MATH 112 or equivalent or concurrent registration. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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114 | College Algebra II with Trigonometry | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 111 with a grade of C or better; or equivalent; or appropriate placement score. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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203 | Intermediate Statistics | 3 cr |
Prereq: Successfully complete the computational skills requirement. Freq: Spring. |
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214 | Mathematics for Middle Childhood Through Early Adolescence Teachers I | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 111 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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215 | Mathematics for Middle Childhood Through Early Adolescence Teachers II | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 215. Freq: Occasionally. |
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221 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry I | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 112 and 113 or equivalent or appropriate placement score. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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222 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry II | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 221. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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223 | Calculus and Analytic Geometry III | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222. Freq: Fall. |
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231 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 112 with a C or better. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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290 | Special Topics in Mathematics | 1-4 cr |
Prereq: None. Freq: Occasionally. |
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301 | Linear Algebra | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 223 or MATH 222 and consent of instructor. Freq: Fall. |
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303 | Set Theory, Logic and Proof | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222; or PHIL 201 and consent of instructor. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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309 | Probability and Statistics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 221 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Freq: Spring. |
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310 | Advanced Probability Theory and Statistics | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 223. Freq: Fall. |
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317 | Differential Equations and Their Applications | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222. Freq: Fall. |
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331 | Logic and Combinatorics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222. Freq: Yearly. |
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350 | Advanced Calculus | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 223, 303. Freq: Spring. |
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361 | Foundations of Geometry | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222. Freq: Yearly. |
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367 | Elementary Number Theory | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222. Freq: Spring. |
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368 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222; PHYS 241 or CSCI 130 or consent of instructor. Freq: Yearly. |
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373 | History of Mathematics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 221 or consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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401 | Applied Mathematics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222, 301. Freq: Fall (odd years). |
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421 | Real Analysis | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 350. Freq: Occasionally. |
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422 | Topics in Real Analysis | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 421. Freq: Occasionally. |
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423 | Complex Analysis | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 223, 303. Freq: Spring. |
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441 | Abstract Algebra | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 301, MATH 303; or consent of instructor. Freq: Fall. |
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442 | Topics in Abstract Algebra | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 441. Freq: Occasionally. |
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451 | Topology | 4 cr |
Prereq: MATH 301, MATH 303; or consent of instructor. Freq: Spring. |
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461 | Differential Geometry | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 301, 350. Freq: Occasionally. |
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467 | Computability and Automata | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH/CSCI 331 with a grade of C or better. Freq: Occasionally. |
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490 | Special Topics in Mathematics | 1-3 cr |
Prereq: Consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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495 | Senior Seminar | 1-2 cr |
Prereq: Senior standing and consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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499 | Independent Study | 1-3 cr |
Prereq: Consent of instructor and department chair. Freq: Occasionally. |
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101 | Principles of Physics | 4 cr |
Prereq: Computational Skills required or equivalent. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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105 | College Physics I | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 113, 114 or equivalent. Freq: Fall. |
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106 | College Physics II | 5 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 105. Freq: Spring. |
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110 | Introduction to Astronomy | 3 cr |
Prereq: None. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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120 | Astronomy of Native America | 3 cr |
Prereq: None. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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150 | Physics of Music | 3 cr |
Prereq: None. Freq: Occasionally. |
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201 | General Physics I | 5 cr |
Prereq: MATH 221 with a grade of C or better; or concurrent registration. Freq: Fall. |
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202 | General Physics II | 5 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201; MATH 222 or concurrent registration. Freq: Spring. |
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205 | Modern Physics | 3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 202. Freq: Fall. |
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211 | Statics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 221 with grade of C or better, concurrent registration in MATH 222. Freq: Spring. |
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212 | Dynamics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222 with a grade of C or better, concurrent registration in MATH 223, PHYS 211. Freq: Fall. |
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214 | Electrical Circuits I | 3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 202 with a grade of C or better. Freq: Spring. |
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241 | Scientific Programming | 3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201; MATH 221 or consent of instructor. Freq: Spring. |
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290 | Special Topics in Physics | 1-4 cr |
Prereq: Consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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301 | Classical Mechanics | 4 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; MATH 317, or concurrent registration; or consent of instructor. Freq: Fall (even years). |
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302 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; MATH 317, or concurrent registration; or consent of instructor. Freq: Fall. |
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303 | Computational Physics | 3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; PHYS 205, 241; MATH 223; or consent of instructor. Freq: Spring. |
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306 | Advanced Experiments in Physics | 3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; PHYS 205. Freq: Spring (odd years). |
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401 | Mathematical Methods of Physics | 3 cr |
Prereq: MATH 222, 301. Freq: Fall (even years). |
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403 | Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics | 4 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; PHYS 205; MATH 301 and 317 or PHYS 401 or consent of instructor. Freq: Spring. |
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441 | Quantum Physics | 4 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; PHYS 205; MATH 301 and 317 or PHYS 401; or consent of instructor. Freq: Spring (odd years). |
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490 | Special Topics in Physics | 1-4 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better and consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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494 | Internship in Physics | 1-3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; GPA of 2.5 or higher; and consent of instructor. Freq: Fall, Spring, Summer. |
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495 | Senior Seminar | 1 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; junior or senior standing. Freq: Fall, Spring. |
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497 | Senior Thesis | 1-2 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; and consent of instructor. Freq: Occasionally. |
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499 | Independent Study | 1-3 cr |
Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 with grades of C or better; consent of instructor and department chair. Freq: Occasionally. |
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