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  • Behold: 100 Planetary Nebulas
    If you like planetary nebulas, you’re in luck. Multimedia artist Judy Schmidt has put together an amazing collection of 100 of these colorful glowing shells of gas and plasma, all at apparent size relative to one another. There’s even a giant-sized 10,000 pixel-wide version available on Flickr. How many of these planetary nebulae can you […]
  • Stunning Astrophoto: Milky Way Over Fünfländerblick
    Hey, it’s #MilkyWayMonday! This gorgeous photo of the Milky Way was taken by astrophotographer Christian Kamber near Fu?nfla?nderblick, Switzerland (you can see the region on a map here). This is a stack of 20 shots, made with Deep Sky Stacker and Photoshop. Lovely! (...)Read the rest of Stunning Astrophoto: Milky Way Over Fünfländerblick (44 words) […]
  • PanSTARRS K1, the Comet that Keeps Going and Going and Going
    Thank you K1 PanSTARRS for hanging in there!  Some comets crumble and fade away. Others linger a few months and move on. But after looping across the night sky for more than a year, this one is nowhere near quitting. Matter of fact, the best is yet to come.(...)Read the rest of PanSTARRS K1, the Comet that […]
Physics Home Curriculum Physics Department Profile

Profile of the Physics Department

The Citadel is a Comprehensive Four Year Undergraduate College offering various Bachelor Degrees and Graduate College offering various Master Degrees.

Curriculum:           

Physics Major:            Introduction for Physics Majors

                                                 Three semesters (15 hrs) intro physics and lab

                                                 Two semesters of classical mechanics

                                                 Electronics and lab

                                                 Optics and lab

                                                 Mathematical methods in physics

                                                 Two semesters of electrodynamics

                                                 Two semesters of quantum mechanics

                                                 Thermodynamics

                                                 Advanced laboratory

                                                 Advanced or Special Topic

                                                 Three semesters research project

Applied Physics

Minor:                       

                                                 Fifteen hours introductory sequence plus nine  hours of applied courses

 

Additional

Information:                  Excellent building and equipment, active research in astronomy, space physics,

                                       high energy physics, and atomic/ condensed-matter physics. 

                                       Military environment in the undergraduate college.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 16 November 2011 11:09)