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Physics in the GEP (See Curricula)

The GEP requires that all students take EITHER one semester of a lab-based natural science course (6 contact hours) OR two semesters of lecture-only natural science courses. Students who entered SJU in the fall of 2010 or later, or transfer students who entered SJU on the GEP curriculum and who wish to satisfy the natural science GEP by completing courses in Physics may do so by taking the first semester of the science majors, lab-based course sequence, PHY 101/101L or PHY 105/105L, or one of the lab-based, one-semester courses for non-science majors, as they become available. Alternatively, students may fulfill one or both semesters of the natural science GEP by completing one or two of the special one-semester lecture-only Physics courses designed for non-science majors listed below.

Non-science majors Physics GEP lecture-only courses:

PHY 110

Physics: Concepts and Applications

PHY 111

The Astronomical Universe

PHY 112

Energy: Problems and Promises

PHY 114

Technological Breakthroughs of the 20th Century

Non-science majors Physics GEP lab-based courses:

PHY 113

Exploring the Physical World