Physics @ Grenfell Campus, Memorial University

Physics Home
About Physics
General Science, Physics
Faculty & Staff
The Bookshelf
H E L P !
Graduate Studies

Jobs & Careers

B.Sc. in Physics

Physics Laboratory

Interactive Physlets

Course Descriptions:
         Physics 1020
Physics 1021
Physics 1050
Physics 1051
Physics 2053
Physics 2056
Physics 2400
Physics 2151
Physics 2553
Physics 2820
Physics 3060
Physics 3160
         Physics 3180
Physics 3220
Physics 3820
ES 2150         

1st yr Registration Info

Physics Links


Grenfell Home


  @ Grenfell Campus, Memorial University

B.Sc. in General Science, Physics Stream

Students completing a Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Science degree with a Major in General Science will complete a General Science Core. In addition, they will complete a minimum of 24 credit hours (or 18 credit hours in the case of Mathematics) in each of three streams chosen from Biology, Chemistry, Earth Systems, Mathematics or Physics.

The Grenfell Campus of Memorial University also offers a single discipline B.Sc. with a major in Physics; a minor in Physics is also available. 

General Science Core

Students must complete:

  • Courses: Mathematics 1000, 1001, Science 4000 (General Science Seminar)
  • Independent Project: Science 4950
  • Requirements for the Physics Stream

    A. Students must complete:

    B. And two of:

    Tentative Schedule:  All 1st year (A) requirement courses will be offered annually. A selection of 2nd and 3rd year (A) and (B) courses will be offered in alternate years.

     ** Physics 3820 may be counted towards courses required for EITHER the Math OR Physics stream.

    Descriptions of all Grenfell Physics courses may be found on the Course Descriptions page.

    For further information on the General Science degree and the course requirements of other streams, contact:

    Chair of General Science Program, Grenfell Campus
    Dr. Amar Sodhi
    Office: ASE 3027
    Phone: 637-6247
    E-Mail: sodhi at grenfell dot mun dot ca

    Hit Counter

    Last Update: 30 July 2013

    Questions or Comments?  physics_webmaster