PHY-400   Quantum Physics 2 - 3 credits

Prerequisites: PHY-272 and MAT-251

Approximately three-fifths of the course covers an introduction to modern quantum physics including the development of matrix methods, the Schroedinger equation, and elementary applications. The last part of the course examines applications of quantum mechanics to atomic, molecular, and solid state systems. Students may enroll for the first three-fifths of the course and earn 2 units of credit or for the full course and earn 3 units of credit.

PHY-494   Independent Study 1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites: Permission

May be repeated up to a maximum of 4 credits and is subject to arrangement with the Mathematical and Physical Science Department. See independent study guidelines.

PHY-497   Internship 1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites: Permission

Individually arranged programs of work and study with the department, academic institutions, private industries, or government agencies. See internship guidelines.