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Thirty-three credits in Physics courses. One year of calculus-based General Physics, three semesters of Calculus, Modern Physics, Intermediate Experimental Physics, one semester of Physics Colloquium, four Intermediate Courses in Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Thermodynamics, and Quantum Mechanics and six credits in two physics electives are required. Mathematical Physics is recommended.


Twenty-two credits in Physics, including one year of the Introductory Sequence.

Check the Physics Requirements Chart (PDF) for a more detailed view of course requirements.