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Academics at ESF: Undergraduate Minors
Physics Minor

Coordinator: Dr. Gary Scott

The physics minor is available to all ESF undergraduates who have an interest in developing greater knowledge in the field of physics. To be eligible for this minor, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.7000 or better by the end of the sophomore year. Interested students must submit a minor enrollment form to their academic advisor and the minor coordinator for approval. 

Twenty hours (8 courses) in physics courses are required to complete the minor. Admission to the physics minor requires students to have completed General Physics I (with lab).

Required Courses: (8 credits)
PHY 211 General Physics I (3) or PHY 215 General Physics I for Scientists (3)
PHY 212 General Physics II (3) or PHY 216: General Physics II for Scientists (3)
PHY 221 General Physics I Laboratory (1)
PHY 222 General Physics Laboratory II (1)

Elective Courses: (12 credits)

Any PHY courses numbered 300 or above