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Concentration in Business

An undergraduate student may graduate from the School of Business with a concentration in physics. 

Physics Business Concentration Course Requirements

Physics Prerequisite or Co-requisite Knowledge for Business Concentration

Students selecting this minor must complete courses as specified in each of the following areas. Majors are advised to take honors courses when eligible. These hours do not contribute to the minimum number of hours required for the major.

  • Calculus I. Satisfied by MATH 121.
  • Calculus II. Satisfied by MATH 122.
  • Vector Calculus. Satisfied by MATH 223.
  • Elementary Linear Algebra. Satisfied by MATH 290.
  • Elementary Differential Equations. Satisfied by MATH 320.

Students who plan to elect this option should consult advisers in the School of Business and the Department of Physics and Astronomy. MATH 121 can be replaced by MATH 115 and MATH 116.

Physics Course Requirements for the Business Concentration:

  • General Physics I. Satisfied by PHSX 211.
  • General Physics II. Satisfied by PHSX 212.
  • General Physics III. Satisfied by PHSX 313.
  • Intermediate Physics Laboratory. Satisfied by PHSX 316.

Physics Required Electives. Satisfied by 11 hours of additional PHSX courses number 300 or above.

 

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