Physics minor
Course requirements
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The physics minor consists of 22 credits:
General physics I (PHY 201, 5 cr.)
General physics II (PHY 202, 5 cr.)
Classical mechanics (PHY 331, 3 cr.)
Quantum mechanics (PHY 341/CHE 342, 3 cr.)
Natural philosophy concentration
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Aristotle, Copernicus, Pascal, Newton and Heisenberg:  all of these individuals wove together scientific investigation and philosophical argumentation.  From ancient times until the modern era,
Biophysics concentration
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Cross-disciplinary work at the intersection of biology and physics has recently led to rapid advances in such fields as biopolymers, neuroscience, molecular machines, nanotechnology, mathematical
Studying physics at Wisconsin Lutheran College is not only exciting, it can also provide you with many career opportunities.  Below are described some ways to incorporate a minor in physics into your studies at the College.