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It's time to start thinking about the courses you will be taking next semester.
Requirements for a major or minor for Physics and Astronomy studentsTo answer questions about Major or Minor requirements from any department in the College of Arts and Sciences or other needs for an enrolled student go to the following web site: Arts and Science Information
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY MAJOR'S HANDBOOKYou may pick up a copy of the most recent copy of the major's handbook in CAP 231 or access it here.
ADVISING FOR - BS APPLIED PHYSICSMake an appointment with your advisor to keep on track for your major. If you are in the BS Applied Physics Concentration and are a rising junior, then you should talk with your advisor about having a meeting with your curriculum committee to plan for your last two years of courses. You may have this meeting earlier if you have definitely decided on your concentration.
ADVISING FOR - BA AND BS TEACHINGPersons interested in enrolling in other curricula should also see their advisor no later than the end of their sophomore year. It is best to have these curricular meetings as early as possible, so that you may complete the curriculum in four years.
SENIOR CHECKIf you are a senior, make sure to have your senior check. You can schedule this with the Student Services Division of the Dean of Arts and Sciences (Room 100 I G Greer).
COURSE SCHEDULESHere is the link to the course schedules for Fall 2009 back to top
All persons seeking initial advice for any Physics and Astronomy curriculum should see Dr. Christopher Thaxton , CAP 351.
- Bachelor of Arts: Physics- Dr. C. S. Thaxton
- Physics Minors- Dr. P. E. Allen
- Astronomy Minors- Dr. J. T. Pollock
The persons listed below are the chairs of the Applied Physics Curricula:
Contact Angela Owen, Office Manager, CAP 231 who will make an appointment with one of the Pre-Engineering Advisors Dr. P.E. Allen, Dr. C. S. Thaxton, or Dr. T. S. Coffey. The Graduate Program Advisor is Dr. J. S. Clements or the research mentor.