This page provides links to resources help students prepare for meetings with their academic advisor.
Selecting the right courses at the right time can mean the difference between finishing your degree on time and delaying your graduation (and racking up debt). This website is only part of the advisement puzzle. To select the right courses, you should ...
Disclaimer: Official rules and regulations concerning undergraduate programs are outlined in the undergraduate catalog. This page and the pages it links to are offered are unofficial, offered as a convenience to students. This page was last updated 7/30/2014.
In most science programs, courses build on each other. Many physics classes require that students take certain other courses first. (For instance, you must take PHY111 before taking PHY112), so it's important to take certain courses as early as possible in order to graduate quickly. Click here to see a map of prerequisites for physics courses.
These roadmaps show typical course sequences students would take to get the designated degree. These are meant to be used in conjunction with advisement.
BSC Physics offers some courses every term, but many courses- particularly upper division courses- are offered less frequently. The course rotation page shows what courses BSC Physics expects in each semester over the next couple years. The page also shows what courses have been offered in past semesters.
Disclaimer: While BSC Physics expects to follow this schedule, the information on the Course Rotations page is unofficial and is subject to change.
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