Study the fundamental science of Physics at RWU, where you’ll learn math, computational and theoretical skills you can apply to any liberal arts or professional degree. Our Physics program offers classes in topics like advanced calculus, astronomy and quantum mechanics, which can help you prepare for taking standardized tests necessary for admission into graduate study in medicine, law, engineering and more.
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Physics minors will take a minimum of 18 credits in physics and math from the courses listed below.
Requirements for a Minor in Physics
|PHYS||201||Physics I with Calculus and Lab|
|PHYS||202||Physics II with Calculus and Lab|
Select 10 credits from the following courses:
|PHYS||240||Introductory Astronomy & Lab|
|PHYS||330||Physical Oceanography with Lab|
|PHYS||370||Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences|
|PHYS||430||Special Topics in Physics|
|MATH||370||Advanced Calculus for the Physical Sciences|
To read more about our academic offerings, or to view full course descriptions, please refer to our University Catalog.
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