The minor in Biomedical Physics combines the fundamental knowledge of physics acquired through the General Physics course sequence with applications covering a wide spectrum of topics of interest to students pursuing a future clinical or research career in biology, medicine, and other related areas.
Minor Requirements: 16
A minor in Biomedical Physics consists of 16 credit hours.
Minor Core Credit Hours: 16
*NOTE: PHY 2060 may substitute for PHY 2048, and PHY 2061 may substitute for PHY 2049
A minimum 2.0 GPA average in the 16 credit hours is required for obtaining this minor.
A “C-” is the minimum acceptable grade for any course in the minor.
The Biomedical Physics minor is not available to Physics majors.
Physics majors with an interest in Biophysics should consider taking the Biophysics course, which is available as an upper-level elective.
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