Physics Majors
Lower Division Curriculum for the Bachelor of Science Physics major
 Engineering Physics major
The Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering offers curricula leading to the Bachelor of Science in Physics and the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics. Students must complete 43 semester hours of coursework that is common to both majors. The major in Engineering Physics requires a further 12 semester hours in electrical and general engineering.
University Core Requirements for preFall 2015 transfer students
Students complete 3036 semester hours of general University Core requirements according to their major requirements. Use these links to access the Core requirements for each major:




Physics and Engineering Physics students take the following courses:
LMU COURSE  PASADENA CITY COLLEGE COURSE 
CHEM 111: General Chemistry I Laboratory  CHEM 001A: General Chemistry and Chemical Analysis 
CHEM 114: General Chemistry for Engineers  No course equivalency 
ENGR 160: Algorithms and Applications  No course equivalency 
MATH 131: Calculus I  MATH 005A: Calculus 
MATH 132: Calculus II  MATH 005B: Calculus 
MATH 234: Calculus III  MATH 005C: Calculus 
MATH 245: Ordinary Differential Equations  MATH 055: Differential Equations OR MATH 55H: Honors Differential Equations 
MATH 250: Linear Algebra  MATH 010: Linear Algebra and Applications 
PHYS 101: Introduction to Mechanics  PHYS 001A: General Physics 
PHYS 195: Waves and Light  No course equivalency 
PHYS 201: Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism  PHYS 001C: General Physics 
PHYS 206: Foundations of Modern Physics  No course equivalency 
PHYS 212: Intermediate Mechanics  No course equivalency 
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Additional Coursework specific to the Engineering Physics major
Students pursuing the degree in Engineering Physics take these additional courses:
LMU COURSE  PASADENA CITY COLLEGE COURSE 
ELEC 210: Electric Circuit Analysis  ELTRN 009: Principles of DC and Network Analysis OR ENGR 016: Engineering Circuits 
ELEC 220: Electric Circuit Applications  No course equivalency 
ELEC 281: Logic Design  CS 006: Introduction to Applied Logic Design 
ENGR 100: Introduction to Engineering Analysis and Problem Solving  ENGR 015B: Applied Mechanics 
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