Minor In Astronomy or Physics

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Minor in Astronomy
A minor in astronomy requires at least 19 credit hours of astronomy and physics courses. An additional three upper level hours of physics or astronomy courses are required.
The required courses are:
ASTR 1301 Introduction to Astronomy 1301
ASTR 1101 Introduction to Astronomy Lab
ASTR 3401 Scientific Computing and Image Processing in Astronomy
PHYS 2321 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
PHYS 2121 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I Laboratory
PHYS 2322 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
PHYS 2122 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II Laboratory

Minor in Physics
A minor in physics requires at least 18 credit hours of physics courses.
PHYS 2321 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
PHYS 2121 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I Laboratory
PHYS 2322 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
PHYS 2122 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II Laboratory
PHYS 3323 Physics for Scientists and Engineers III
PHYS 4111 Advanced Laboratory I
or PHYS 4112 Advanced Laboratory II

Plus any 6 hours from the below courses:
PHYS 3350 Electronics
PHYS 3330 Medical Physics
PHYS 4310 Statistical Thermodynamics
PHYS 4311 Mechanics I
PHYS 4321 Electromagnetism I
PHYS 4330 Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences
PHYS 4340 Solid State Physics
PHYS 4350 Quantum Mechanics
PHYS 4380 Wave Motion and Optics

Minor in Planetarium Science

Courses required for this minor are: Astronomy 1301, 1101, 2301, and Physics 1321, 1322, 1121, 1122, 4375, and 4376. (Physics 2321, 2322, 2121, 2122 may be substituted for Physics 1321, 1322, 1121, 1122.)