B.S., Major in Applied Physical Analysis Requirements: 36 Credits

Course Requirements
PHY 213General Physics for the Physical Sciences I3
PHY 214General Physics for the Physical Sciences II3
PHY 205General Physics Laboratory I1
PHY 206General Physics Laboratory II1
PHY 397Research Methods2
PHY 471Classical Mechanics3
PHY 499Research Capstone1
PHY 591Seminar in Engineering1
MTH 350Applied Linear Algebra and Differential Equations3
MTH 561Mathematical Statistics I3
MTH 562Mathematical Statistics II3
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Programming
Computational Physics
Select one of the following:1
Directed Independent Research
Directed Independent Research
Select eight credits from the following:8
Object-Oriented Programming
Data Structures
Introduction To Computer Organization
Algorithm Design and Analysis
Programming Languages
Software Engineering
Special Topics
Three Dimensional Design
Electronics Design
Introduction to Energy Transfer
Introduction to Material Science
Advanced Linear Algebra
Numerical Analysis
Partial Differential Equations
Differential Geometry
Chatoic Dynamical Systems
Mathematical Analysis I
Mathematical Statistics III
Probabilistic Models
Introductory Stochastic Processes
Modern Physics
Electronics Laboratory
Physical Optics
Optics Laboratory
Electricity and Magnetism
Electronics for Scentists
Electric Circuits
Quantum Mechanics
Thermodynamics And Statistical Mechanics
Mathematical Physics
Computational Physics
Nuclear Physics
Condensed Matter Physics
Laser Physics
Total Credits36

PHY 201 General Physics for the Life Sciences may be substituted for PHY 221 Advanced General Physics I:Modeling the Physical World or PHY 213 General Physics for the Physical Sciences I


PHY 223 Project Physics Laboratory I   may be substituted for PHY 205 General Physics Laboratory I


 PHY 202 General Physics for the Life Sciences II may be substituted for PHY 222 Advanced General Physics II:Modeling the Physical World  or PHY 214 General Physics for the Physical Sciences II


 PHY 224 Project Physics Laboratory II  may be substituted for PHY 206 General Physics Laboratory II


 The courses (both) MTH 561 Mathematical Statistics I and MTH 562 Mathematical Statistics II  (6 credits) may be substituted for ERG 301 Modeling Electrical Load and Yield (3 credits) or BIO 310 Biostatistics (4 credits)

Requisite Courses

MTH 245 Calculus I, MTH 246 Calculus II, MTH 347 Calculus III.