Concentrations & Courses
- Advanced Physics
- Physics in Medicine Program Students in this program may prepare for professional schools in medicine, medical physics, biophysics, etc., with appropriate selection of electives.
- Physics as a Second Major The requirement for physics as a second major, for students in the colleges of engineering, arts and letters or business, consists of the physics core courses listed above, except General Chemistry. In order to list physics as a second major on the transcript, the student must satisfy all of the requirements for a major in some other department and college of the University.
Honors Track in Physics
The goal of this Honors program is to give our most talented students an exceptional background in Physics research. Participation will increase their level of commitment and productivity while preparing them for successful postgraduate work. The program accepts junior Physics majors in good academic standing in the Spring of their Sophomore year, who have identified their research advisor in the Department of Physics and have already completed one semester of undergraduate research. Acceptance is based on a research statement and transcript. Upon acceptance into the program a formal agreement is arranged between the student and the advisor.
This PDF contains more details on the ND Honors Track in Physics.
The list of the currently available undergraduate courses can be found here:
- Programs of Study - Academic Departments (Physics)
Information on Summer Courses can be found at Summer Session.