Minor in Physics
An important aspect of the overall contribution of physics is its impact on other disciplines. This 24-unit program is designed to provide majors in any of the sciences, mathematics, business or humanities with a background in physics which will broaden their understanding and enhance their career opportunities.
This program requires students to complete the following courses:
|Select one of the following:||8|
|GENERAL PHYSICS I CALCULUS-BASED|
and GENERAL PHYSICS II CALCULUS-BASED
|HONORS GENERAL PHYSICS I CALCULUS-BASED|
and HONORS GENERAL PHYSICS II CALCULUS-BASED
|PHYS 243||GENERAL PHYSICS III||4|
|PHYS 311||MODERN PHYSICS I||3|
|PHYS XXX||Upper-Division Physics Courses||9|
Students interested in the Physics minor program should consult the Physics minor adviser as soon as possible in order to design a program to meet their special needs.
To provide greater flexibility in selecting electives, students may organize their course of studies to supplement their major programs and/or reflect their special interests. The array of courses should have internal coherence and must be approved by their Physics minor adviser. At least 8 upper-division units must be taken at Towson.