Undergraduate Programs

Computational Physics (BS)

To major in Computational Physics with a Bachelor of Science Degree, one must pass a written and/or oral comprehensive examination, and complete the following classes:

PS 261 College Physics I and PS 262 College Physics II

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PS 281 General Physics I and PS 282 General Physics II

PS 291 Elementary Computational Physics

PS 320 Electromagnetic Theory I

PS 330 Optics

PS 334 Thermodynamics

PS 335 Theoretical Mechanics I

PS 340 Electronics

PS 350 Modern Physics I

PS 365 Introduction to Theoretical Physics

PS 366 Introduction to Computational Physics

PS 368 Computational Physics Research

 


 

CM 111 Introduction to Structured Programming

CM 113 Visual Programming

CM 170 FORTRAN Programming

CM 244 C Programming

CM 245 Contemporary Programming Methods

CM 307 Data Structures and Algorithmic Analysis

CM 390 Special Topics in Computer Science

 


 

MA 151 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I

MA 152 Calculus and Analytical Geometry II

MA 153 Calculus and Analytical Geometry III

MA 206 Discrete Mathematics for Computing

MA 241 Differential Equations

MA 301 Linear Algebra

MA 343 Applied Statistics

MA 376 Numerical Analysis

Contact or visit the Physics department for more information.