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Physics-Engineering Dual Degree Program

Program Overview

The UW Oshkosh Physics-Engineering Dual Degree Program leads to two degrees: 

(1) Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in physics from the UW Oshkosh and 

(2) Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. 

With careful planning, you can complete the program in five years: 3 years at UW Oshkosh and 2 years at UWM. 

 

Degree Requirements 

 
In addition to all USP (general education) courses, dual degree students must take:

Physics 109 and 110 – General Physics, 10 cr.
Physics 206 – Modern Physics, 3 cr.
Physics 222 – Physics Lab I, 2 cr.
Math 171, 172, 273, 371 – Calculus I-III, Differential Equations, 15 cr
Chemistry 105,106 – General Chemistry, 10 cr.
Physics Physics 320 – Classical Physics, 3 cr.

Additionally, student must take eleven (11) elective credits of upper-level physics (must include either Physics 417 or 419).


For complete details, see the current Undergraduate Bulletin for the Department of Physics Astronomy (2017-2019).

 

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