Applied Physics B.S. Requirements — Solid State Electronics

Printable course checklist

Freshman—Fall   Freshman—Spring
Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

  Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

PHYS:1701 Physics I

4

  PHYS:1702 Physics II

4

MATH:1850 Calculus I

4

  ENGR:1100 Engineering Problem Solving 

4

   

 

  MATH:1860 Calculus II

4

Sophomore—Fall   Sophomore—Spring
Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

  Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

PHYS:2703 Physics III

4

  PHYS:2704 Physics IV

4

ENGR:2120 Electrical Circuits

4

  MATH:2850 Calculus III

3

MATH:2700 Introduction to Linear Algebra

3

  PHYS:3710 Intermediate Mechanics

3

Junior—Fall   Junior—Spring
Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

  Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

PHYS:3811 Electricity & Magnetism

3

  ENGR:2740 Principles of Electrical Instrumentation

4

ENGR:2730 Computers in Engineering

3

  ECE:3320 Introduction to Digital Design

3

PHYS:3741 Intro Quant Mech I

3

  PHYS:3812 or Electricity and Magnetism II

3

   

 

  PHYS:3742 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics II

3

Senior—Fall   Senior—Spring
Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

  Course Number Course Title

Semester Hours

PHYS:3730 Statistical Physics

3

  PHYS:4728 Intro Solid State Physics

3

ECE:2400 Linear Systems I

3

  or ECE:3410 Electronic Circuits

4

        & PHYS:3850 Electronics 3

Coop - Choose any one of the following:

  • 1 semester working full time
  • 1 summer working full time
  • 2 semesters working part time (50%)

GEs Not Satisfied by Physics Major

Course Name Semester Hours   Course Name Semester Hours
Rhetoric RHET:____ 4 sh   Humanities 3 sh
Foreign Lang
     Last course in sequence
    Social Science 3 sh
ENGL:1200 Interp of Lit  3 sh   Distributed Ed 3 sh*
Hist Perspect 3 sh   Distributed Ed 3 sh*

*6 hours with a minimum of 3 hours chosen from each of two of these: Cultural Diversity, Fine Arts, Foreign Civilization and Culture, Historical Perspectives, Humanities, PE, Social Science

Physics and Mathematics Electives