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Following is a sampling of physics and astronomy courses at the University of Delaware. Visit UD’s online undergraduate catalog for complete course information including credits, prerequisites, restrictions, and when courses are typically offered.
For all questions regarding course selection for physics courses, please contact the undergraduate program director, Dr. Matthew DeCamp, email@example.com.
For assistance with course registration, schedule conflicts, discussion or lab swaps, or to be placed on the waitlist for a course, email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your student ID number.
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PHYS 115 - Origami Science Fablab/Makerspace
PHYS 133 - Introduction to Astronomy
PHYS 139 - Star and Constellation Identification
PHYS 141 - Light, Lasers, Cameras, Perception
PHYS 143 - Energy Technology and Society
PHYS 144 - Concepts of the Universe
PHYS 145 - Black Holes and Cosmic Evolution
PHYS 146 - Particles and Cosmology: Big Bang, Black Holes, and the Higgs Boson
PHYS 166 - SPECIAL PROBLEM
PHYS 167 - SEMINAR
PHYS 169 - Perspectives on Physics and Astronomy
PHYS 201 - Introductory Physics I
PHYS 202 - Introductory Physics II
PHYS 203 - Fundamentals of Physics with Biomedical Applications I
PHYS 204 - Fundamentals of Physics with Biomedical Applications II
PHYS 207 - Fundamentals of Physics I
PHYS 208 - Fundamentals of Physics II
PHYS 209 - Aspects of Modern Physics
PHYS 211 - Oscillations and Waves
PHYS 221 - Introductory Physics Laboratory I
PHYS 222 - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
PHYS 227 - Fundamentals of Physics Laboratory I
PHYS 228 - Fundamentials of Physics Laboratory II
PHYS 245 - Introduction to Electricity and Electronics
PHYS 266 - Special Problem
PHYS 267 - SEMINAR
PHYS 309 - Physics of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
PHYS 310 - Introduction to Thermal Physics
PHYS 313 - Physical Optics
PHYS 333 - Fundamentals of Astrophysics
PHYS 366 - Independent Study
PHYS 367 - SEMINAR
PHYS 403 - Electricity and Magnetism I
PHYS 404 - Electricity and Magnetism II
PHYS 419 - Classical Mechanics I
PHYS 424 - Quantum Mechanics I
PHYS 425 - Quantum Mechanics II
PHYS 434 - Astrophysics and the Origins of Life
PHYS 460 - Computational Methods of Physics
PHYS 461 - Data Science for Physical Scientists
PHYS 465 - Senior Seminar
PHYS 466 - Independent Study
PHYS 467 - SEMINAR
PHYS 468 - Introduction to Research
PHYS 469 - Observational Astronomy
PHYS 480 - History of Physics