Physics - Environmental Studies
You understand that environmental problems are multi-causal phenomena that require multidimensional solutions. It’s why you’re looking for an interdisciplinary program — one that combines your interest in the physical sciences with your passion for the environment, one that prepares you to be a successful scientist as well as an effective environmental citizen and leader. Whitman’s physics-environmental studies major may be the program for you.
These requirements are in addition to core courses required of all environmental studies majors.
Physics 145 General Physics I with Applications to Life and Earth Sciences OR Physics 155 General Physics I
Physics 156 General Physics II
Physics 245 Twentieth Century Physics I
Physics 255 Twentieth Century Physics Lab
Physics 267 Analog and Digital Electronics and Instrumentation
Physics 325 Electricity and Magnetism
Two courses from the following: