If you're looking to minor in physics, Rockhurst has two options for you: a general physics minor and a physics of medicine minor.
General Physics Minor
This traditional physics minor consists of 12 upper-division credit hours, including two, three credit hour courses at the 3000-4000 level and two, three credit hour courses at the 4000 level. This minor is not available to physics majors.
Prerequisites include one year of introductory physics and Calculus I, which must be completed during your first two years at RU.
The general physics major consists of the following upper-division courses:
- PH 3200: Physics of the Body I, 3 credit hours, offered in the fall semester of odd years
- PH 3210: Physics of the Body II, 3 credit hours, offered in the spring semester of even years
- MT 3260: Math and Medicine, 3 credit hours, offered in the fall semester of even years
- PH or MT 3240: Physics and Math of Health Care Instrumentation, 3 credit hours, offered in the spring semester of odd years
More information on our general physics minor is available in our online catalog.