Signing up for Courses. You can find a complete list of courses by semester on the Course Book page, as well as syllabi, textbook list, course evaluations, instructors’ C.V. and other information. The Class Schedule Worksheet will help you schedule your classes.
It is recommended that all students meet with their academic advisor at least once per semester to discuss degree requirements, course selection, time management, study skills, difficulties with coursework, career opportunities, and personal concerns. Dr. John Hoffman is the faculty advisor for physics majors. He would like to meet with all first-semester students, particularly freshman, to welcome you and discuss any questions you may have about the Physics department, the program of studies, or anything else that may concern you. Upperclassmen are encouraged to see Dr. Hoffman one or two more times while working towards their bachelor’s degree. His door is usually open and you are welcome to come in any time to discuss any interests or problems you may have. To be sure he will be there, it would be best to email him for an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Degree Course Matrices (recommended course sequence)
- Bachelor of Arts in Physics (PDF)
- Bachelor of Arts in Physics with UTeach Option (PDF)
- Bachelor of Science in Physics (PDF)
- Bachelor of Science with Environmental Studies Minor (PDF)
- Bachelor of Science in Physics with Biology Minor (PDF)
Whether it is individualized tutoring, Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL), Supplemental Instruction (SI), coordinated group study, success coaching, or another approach to improving academic achievement, the Student Success Center is your portal to educational enhancement and educational success.
The UTeach Option may be added to the BA/BS degree in Physics. UTeach Dallas Option degree plans are streamlined to allow students to complete both an undergraduate degree in science or math and all course work for middle or high school teacher certification in four years. Teaching Option degrees require deep content knowledge combined with courses grounded in the latest research on math and science education. While most graduates go on to classroom teaching, UTeach alums are also prepared to enter graduate school and to work in discipline related industry.
All students must meet their advisors each semester to determine course prerequisites, course content, enrollment, degree completion, and similar matters. Your MS/PhD Graduate Advisor is Professor Phillip C. Anderson, PhD.