Undergraduate Physics and Astronomy Courses

The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers courses that reveal how nature works with topics ranging from how quantum probability governs our world to the lifecycle of stars to quantitative calculations involving billions of interacting particles.

Course listings are currently being updated for the new year and for the newly revised Physics curriculum. During this process our previous listing of courses can be found here.

* Course schedule changes every year. Check the current calendar when planning your degree and courses for the year.

 

 

Undergraduate Courses: 1000 Level

Physics 1020: General Physics I
Physics 1030: General Physics II
Physics 1050: Mechanics
Physics 1070: Waves and Modern Physics
Astronomy 1810: Introduction to Astronomy
Astronomy 1830: Life in the Universe

Undergraduate Courses: 2000 Level

Astronomy 2000: Foundations of Astrophysics
Physics 2010: Computational Modeling
Astronomy 2070: Observational Astronomy
Physics 2152: Modern Physics
Physics 2210: Electricity and Magnetism
Physics 2260: Optics
Physics 2270: Introductory Physics for Life Sciences
Physics 2272: Physics for Medicine & Biology
Physics 2350: Energy Sources
Physics 2386: Quantum I
Physics 2496: Mathematical Physics 1
Physics 2600: Electromagnetic Field Theory
Physics 2610: Introductory Electronics
Physics 2650: Classical Mechanics I