Suggested Degree Pathway for Physics - Radiological Health Option

For students who entered fall 2013 to spring 2015. 

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.1610Physics I (H)
4
PHYS.1610L
Physics I Lab (H)
2
ENGL.1010
(Gen. Ed.) College Writing I
3
MATH.1310
Calculus I4
xxxx.xxxx(Gen. Ed.) SS
3
Total16(61)

Spring Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.1120Freshman Physics Seminar1
PHYS.1640
Physics II (H)
4
PHYS.1640L
Physics II Lab (H)
2
ENGL.1020
(Gen. Ed.) College Writing II
3
MATH.1320
Calculus II
4
xxxx.xxxx(Gen. Ed.) AH3
Total17(71)

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.2690
Physics III (H)4
PHYS.2610L
Physics of Material & Devices3
CHEM.1210
Chemistry I
3
CHEM.1230L
Chemistry I Lab
1
MATH.2310
Calculus III
4
Total15(71)

Spring Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.2100
Intro. Modern Physics
3
MATH.2340Differential Equations3
CHEM.1220
Chemistry II3
CHEM.1240L
Chemistry II Lab1
PHYS.2620LPrinc. Lab Automation3
PHYS.2040Intro to Radiological Science3
Total16(91)

Junior Year

Fall Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.4810
Math Methods of Rad. Sci.
3
MATH.3860Probability and Statistics3
BIOL.1110Principles of Biology I23
PHYS.4060Nuclear Instrumentation4
BIOL.1170LExp. Biology I1
Total14(71)

Spring Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
BIOL.1120Principles of Biology II3
BIOL.2520Physiology3
BIOL.2540LPhysiology Lab2
xxxx.xxxx(Gen. Ed.) SS3
BIOL.1180LExp. Biology II1
PHYS.4820Num Methods of Radiol. Science3
Total15(31)

Senior Year

Fall Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.2010L
Health Physics Internship I
3
PHYS.4010
Radiation Safety & Control I
4
xxxx.xxxx(Gen. Ed.) AH
3
PHYS.4530LHealth Physics Capstone
3
Total13(101)

Spring Semester

Course#Course NameCr.
PHYS.4020
Radiation Safety & Control II
4
PHYS.4620
Radiation Biology
3
xxxx.xxxx(Gen. Ed.) AH 
3
xxxx.xxxx(Gen. Ed.) SS
3
xxxx.xxxxFree Elective
1
Total14(71)
Total Minimum Credits = 120

Consult the General Education website for General Education requirements. See your Faculty Advisor to determine which courses you should take to fulfill the Gen. Ed. Diversity (D) and Ethics (E) requirements.

1Number of specified physics credits.
2May substitute HSCI.1010 & HSCI.1040 Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (8 credits for 5).

Restriction on off-campus study:

Be advised that any course taken at another institution must be formally approved prior to enrollment. See the catalog policy for details.

Last Updated: 10/17/2017