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The Department of Physics offers a comprehensive list of courses tailored to the individual needs of the large number of different groups of students who take them. For example, we offer separate introductory course sequences in mechanics, electricity and magnetism, optics and heat tailored to the needs of physics majors, non-physics majors in the the College of Science, various engineering majors, the students majoring in the School of Technology, and in other schools of the University including the School of Humanities and Liberal Arts.

Beyond introductory physics, extensive variety of courses are offered in the major areas of Classical Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, Quantum Mechanics, Thermal and Statistical Physics, Modern Physics and Relativity. Many of these courses have a laboratory component as part of them. We also offer a variety of laboratory courses including electronics and computational physics.

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All CURRENT SESSION courses (Spring 2014)

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All Undergraduate: Physics  Astronomy
All Graduate: Physics  Astronomy

Graduate Specialty Course Offerings

  • Fall 2006 - Spring 2009: ( pdf )
  • Core Course Offerings
    Spring 2006 - Spring 2009: ( pdf )

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