Junior and Senior Recommended Course Schedule
PHYS 160A-ZZ and PHYS 260A-ZZ does not count toward major requirements.
Intermediate Mechanics, Phys 103, is an important course for introducing students to the methods of Upper-Division physics, and it is a prerequisite for Advanced Mechanics, Phys 104. Most students will take this course, but those who have received grades of A- or above in Phys 20, 21, and 22 may be permitted to skip Phys 103; see the undergraduate advisor.
Taking a graduate course does not guaratee a wavier for an upper division course. Please speak to a physics faculty or administrative adviser about requirements.
For Physics Majors and Minors, electives are required. Below is a list of courses in the Physics Department that may be used to fulfill those requirements. Courses not listed must be approved by your Faculty Advisor via Petition for Degree Requirements and/or Progress Checks.
*Courses are typically offered during this quarter, but may be subject to change based on instructor availability. It is advised to check with the Department when trying to create a course schedule.
A full listing of the current physics course offerings is given here