The physics curriculum at Notre Dame consists of five course sequences or programs. These programs are designed to accommodate the academic and professional interests of the majority of physics majors. Students with alternate interests are encouraged to discuss special programs with the departmental chair.
- Overview of Undergraduate Physics at Notre Dame
- Why Physics at Notre Dame? (FAQs on the undergraduate physics program at Notre Dame)
- Physics Course Descriptions (link to the Undergraduate Bulletin of Information)
- Required Science Courses for Physics Majors (link to PDF file)
- Required Science Courses for Physics in Medicine Majors (link to PDF file)
- American Physical Society/Careers InSight (link to PowerPoint presentations on the APS web site, including "What do physics majors do after graduation?")
- Notre Dame Undergraduate Admissions Information
- Physics Summer Research Positions: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
- Research Experiences and Scholarship Opportunities for Undergraduates at Notre Dame
Are you having problems registering for a physics class? Contact Nell Collins in the Department of Physics at email@example.com and include the following information:
- What is the exact error message you are receiving?
- What is the course CRN?
- What is your ND ID number?
- What is your full name?
Do you have questions about the undergraduate physics program at the University of Notre Dame? You can contact:
Prof. Philippe Collon, Associate Chair and Director for Undergraduate Studies
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 574-631-3540
Nell Collins, Physics Undergraduate Student Services
email@example.com or phone 574-631-4086