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The requirements stated below are based on the assumption that a student majoring in physics will begin with physics courses in the freshman year. However, it is possible to tailor individual programs to fit the needs of students who wish to change majors or who, for other reasons, must start the course sequence later.
All physics majors are required to take the following courses:
For 3-2 engineering students, the B.A. degree path is recommended with appropriate additional physics and support courses, tailored to the intended engineering discipline. See the 3-2 engineering program section for details on course requirements.
Double Major with Secondary Education
Students seeking licensure as a teacher of physics at the high school level (grades 8 - 12) should select the B.A. in physics and enroll in: