BS Physics and Applied Physics Retention Rules

BS Physics/Applied Physics Retention Rules

All BS Physics and BS Applied Physics students must satisfy the following minimum requirements for retention in their respective programs of study:
  1. The student must maintain an average of 2.75 in all Math and Physics courses at the end of his/her second year, and every year thereafter, until he/she is attached to an undergraduate research adviser.
  2. The student must have passed the following courses by the end of his/her third year: Math 55, Math 121.1, and Physics 112.
  3. The student must have passed the following courses by the end of his/her fourth year: Physics 104, Physics 104.1, Physics 121, and Physics 131.
  4. The student must have an undergraduate research adviser (not just apprenticeship) by the end of his/her fourth year and continuously have one until the end of his/her program
Inability to comply with the above minimum requirements disqualifies the student from the BS Physics/BS Applied Physics program.

Approved by the NIP Graduate Committee, 9 June 1999, for implementation starting AY 1999-2000.
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