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UW Oshkosh Astronomy Minor

Students with the 22-credit minor in astronomy at UW Oshkosh learn about astronomy and astrophysics, gain basic observational techniques, learn about stellar structure and evolution, galaxies, interstellar matter and star formation. 

Required courses:
  • General Physics I (82-109)—5 credits
  • General Physics II (82-110)—5 credits
  • An Introduction to Astophysics (82-203)—3 credits
  • Stellar Structure and Evolution (82-310)—3 credits
  • Galaxies, the Interstellar Medium and Star Formation (82-313)—3 credits
View course descriptions for required astronomy minor courses
 
Electives:
  • Modern Physics (82-206) or any 300 or 400-level physics course
  • Organic Chemistry I (32-235)—3 credits
  • Organic Chemistry II (32-335)—3 credits
  • Analytical Chemistry I (32-311)—4 credits
  • Geophysics and Geotectonics (51-326)—3 credits
 

Contact Information


Nadia Kaltcheva 
Professor 
Office: Halsey 354 
Phone: (920) 424-7107 
Email: kaltchev@uwosh.edu
  Barton Pritzl
Assistant Professor 
Office: Halsey 355 
Phone: (920) 424-7108 
E-Mail: pritzlb@uwosh.edu
     
 
   
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