The physics minor requires a minimum of 18 credits as follows:
Basic Principles of Physics
PHYS 1701-1702 or PHYS 1705-1706 (6 credits)
PHYS 1811-1812 or PHYS 1815-1816
PHYS 2883 (2 or 3 credits)
Principles of Modern Physics
PHYS 2185 Introductory Modern Physics (4 credits)
PHYS 2112, 2186, 2883, 2894, 3121-3122, 3185-3186, 3217, 4219 or 4211 (6 to 8 credits)
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