Introductory Physics Seminar
|23101||5||General University Physics I|
|23102||5||General University Physics II|
|30020||2||Intermediate Physics Laboratory|
|36001||3||Introductory Modern Physics|
|40020||2||Advanced Physics Laboratory|
|40092||2||Internship in Physics*|
|35||BS Concentration Requirements & Electives|
Analytic Geometry & Calculus I**
|12003||5||Analytic Geometry & Calculus II|
|32051||4||Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences I|
|32052||4||Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences II|
|10060||4||General Chemistry I|
|10061||4||General Chemistry II|
|10062||1||General Chemistry Lab I|
|10063||1||General Chemistry Lab II|
||Major Requirements and Electives Total|
US 10097 (Destination Kent State: FYE)
|3||Humanities or Fine Arts****|
Kent Core and General Requirements Total
|121||Total for Graduation|
*PHY 40099 (Senior Honors Thesis) or 40096 (Individual Investigation) may be substituted for PHY 40092 with curriculum advisor's permission. For PHY 40096 to substitute, a suitable research project should be selected.
**MATH 11010 (Algebra for Calculus) and MATH 11022 (Trigonometry) are prerequisites for MATH 12002 and should be bypassed by students with sufficient background. MATH 11010 and 11022 may be waived by obtaining permission from the Department of Mathematical Sciences or by passing the placement exam.
***Most Elementary I and II languages (American Sign Language, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish) require 4 credit hours each. However, Elementary I and II for Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese require 5 credit hours each. Choosing these languages will increase the Foreign Language requirements to 10 credit hours and reduce the available number of General Electives by 2 credit hours.
****Two Diversity courses are required. One must be selected from the Kent Core program in either the Humanities & Fine Arts or Social Sciences. One Diversity course must address domestic (U.S.) issues and one must address global issues.