Physics Major with Applied Mechanics Emphasis
This is one of the two applied tracks within the physics major aimed at the students who plan on pursuing a career in industry right after graduation. Students take most of the core upper-level physics courses, with more emphasis on the laboratory courses. Students majoring in physics with Applied Mechanics Emphasis are required to participate in an industrial internship either at a local business or in London through the Study Abroad Program
Please consult with the Applied Emphasis Coordinator when planning your major. Some physics courses are offered only in alternate years.
Applied Emphasis Coordinator:
Office: SCI B103
The physics major with an applied mechanics emphasis consists of a minimum of 59 credits including:
225, 226, 227, 230.
- Chemistry 105 or 117.
- Physics 111, 240, 250, 300, 315, 335, 370, 435, 470.
- Physics 490 (6 credits).
- Economics 110 or Business 320.
To visit the UW-Stevens Point course catalog, click here.
Four Year Plan
The following tables illustrate a typical plan to complete the major
within a four-year time frame. Students taking different paths may take
longer than the four year plan here. Please consult with an advisor when
planning your major - some physics courses are taught only in alternate