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Physics originated in antiquity as the study of natural philosophy. As such, it attempts to describe the universe within the context of both physical laws and the fundamental particles of nature. The broad scope of physics runs from the microscopic nuclear structure and that of the elementary particles themselves to the macroscopic, the galaxy and evolution of the universe as a whole. Today the subject is generally divided into broad areas such as condensed matter, nuclear, elementary particles, astrophysics, etc. The department maintains competence in most major branches of physics and offers instruction in these areas at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, it has a strong interest and involvement in science education.
Program Specific Admission Requirements
Applicants for graduate study in physics or astrophysics should have an undergraduate preparation in physics and mathematics equivalent to that specified for a physics major. They must submit their GRE scores for the verbal aptitude, the quantitative aptitude, analytical aptitude, and the advanced physics portion of the GRE.
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- Concepts of Physics
- The Fundamentals of the Physical Universe
- General Physics I
- General Physics II
- Engineering Physics I
- Engineering Physics II
- College Physics I
- College Physics II
- Themodynamic Systems in Energy Science
- Physics III: Waves and Optics
- Physics IV: Modern Physics
- Methods of Physics
- Modern Electronics and Experimental Techniques
- Advanced Lab in Modern Physics and Electronics
- Applied Laser Science
- Classical Mechanics
- Classical Mechanics II
- Quantum Mechanics
- Semiconductor Materials and Devices
- Advanced Quantum Mechanics
- Electricity and Magnetism I
- Electricity and Magnetism II
- Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
- Solid-State Physics
- Solid State Electronic Devices
- Mathematical and Computational Physics I
- Mathematical and Computational Physics II
- Senior Research/Internship
- Methods of Theoretical Physics I
- Methods of Theoretical Physics II
- Ultrafast Science and Spectroscopy
- Advanced Classical Mechanics
- Quantum Theory I
- Quantum Theory II
- Electromagnetic Theory I
- Electromagnetic Theory II
- Statistical Mechanics
- Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy
- Atomic Physics
- Advanced Solid State Physics
- Condensed Matter Magnetism
- Transport Properties of Solids
- Optical Properties of Solids
- Nanotechnology: Nanophysics and Nanosystems
- Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics
- Plasma Physics
- Physics of Solar Cells
- Experimental Methods and Low Temperature
- Independent Study
- Special Topics In Physics
- Practicum in College Teaching
- Continuing Registration: On Campus
- Continuing Registration: Off Campus
- Enrichment Studies
- Thesis Research
- Dissertation Research
About this institute
University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming is located in the safe and inviting college town of Laramie, Wyoming. Laramie is a community located about two hours north of the large, metropolitan city of Denver, Colorado. Laramie is nestled in a valley at...
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