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  • I’m currently majoring in another discipline. How can I add a double major in Physics?

To declare a double major in Physics, schedule an appointment with one of our advisors to discuss the major requirements and your plan for graduation. Please bring a copy of your current four-year plan. After the meeting, complete a Declaration of Major form and return this form to the CMNS Student Services Office in 1300 Symons Hall.

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  • How can I add a Physics minor?

To add a Physics minor, schedule an appointment with one of our advisors to discuss the minor requirements. After the meeting, complete a Declaration of Minor form and return it to the Physics Student and Education Services Office in 1120 Toll Physics Building. Please note that no more than 7 credits in the Physics minor can count towards a student’s major requirements.

  • Why can’t I find PHYS374 listed as a course?

PHYS374, Intermediate Theoretical Methods, has been phased out as a course and students will instead take PHYS373, Mathematical Methods for Physics II. Courses requiring a prerequisite of PHYS374 will also have that prerequisite satisfied by PHYS373.