# Sample A.B./B.E. Programs for Dartmouth Physics Majors

Students interested in physics and engineering can major in Engineering Physics, or major in Physics with an Engineering Sciences minor, then continue to the B.E. program.

The sample programs below are examples of what can be done. Interested students should plan their programs in consultation with a professor in each department to ensure that all degree requirements are met.

## Sample A.B./B.E. Program for Engineering Physics Majors

This sample program shows the courses for the Engineering Physics major and the Bachelor of Engineering program with a mechanical engineering concentration.

### Mathematics

- MATH 3: Introduction to Calculus
- MATH 8: Calculus of Functions of One and Several Variables
- MATH 11: Multivariable Calculus for Two-Term Advanced Placement First-Year Students OR MATH 13: Calculus of Vector-Valued Functions
- MATH 23: Differential Equations

### Chemistry

- CHEM 5: General Chemistry

### Physics

- PHYS 13: Introductory Physics I
- PHYS 14: Introductory Physics II
- PHYS 19: Introductory Physics III
- PHYS 40 (formerly 24): Quantum Physics of Matter
- PHYS 43: Statistical Physics
- PHYS 44: Mechanics
- PHYS 50 (formerly 42): Introductory Quantum Mechanics

### Engineering Sciences

- ENGS 20: Introduction to Scientific Computing (may not be taken under the Non-Recording Option) –
*ENGS 20 may be replaced by COSC 1: Introduction to Programming and Computation AND COSC 10: Problem Solving via Object-Oriented Programming* - ENGS 21: Introduction to Engineering
- ENGS 22: Systems
- ENGS 23: Distributed Systems and Fields
- ENGS 24: Science of Materials
- ENGS 33: Solid Mechanics
- ENGS 76: Machine Engineering (culminating experience in the major)

### Bachelor of Engineering (Fifth Year) Courses

- ENGS 25: Introduction to Thermodynamics OR ENGS 26: Control Theory
- ENGS 32: Electronics: Introduction to Linear and Digital Circuits OR ENGS 34: Fluid Mechanics
- ENGS 71: Structural Analysis OR ENGS 72: Applied Mechanics: Dynamics
- ENGS 89: Engineering Design Methodology and Project Initiation
- ENGS 90: Engineering Design Methodology and Project Completion
- ENGS 91: Numerical Methods in Computation
- ENGS 142: Intermediate Solid Mechanics
- ENGS 146: Computer-Aided Mechanical Engineering Design

## Sample A.B./B.E. Program for Physics Majors Plus Engineering Sciences Minors

This sample program shows the courses for the Dartmouth Physics major plus the Engineering Sciences minor and the Bachelor of Engineering program with an electrical engineering (electronics) concentration.

### Mathematics

- MATH 3: Introduction to Calculus
- MATH 8: Calculus of Functions of One and Several Variables
- MATH 11: Multivariable Calculus for Two-Term Advanced Placement First-Year Students OR MATH 13 Calculus of Vector-Valued Functions
- MATH 23: Differential Equations

### Physics

- PHYS 13: Introductory Physics I
- PHYS 14: Introductory Physics II
- PHYS 19: Introductory Physics III
- PHYS 40 (formerly 24): Quantum Physics of Matter
- PHYS 41: Electricity and Magnetism –
*PHYS 41 also satisfies particular B.E. requirements* - PHYS 43: Statistical Physics
- PHYS 44: Mechanics or ENGS 72: Applied Mechanics: Dynamics
- PHYS 48: Electronics: Introduction to Linear and Digital Circuits (same as ENGS 32) –
*PHYS 48 also satisfies particular B.E. requirements* - PHYS 50 (formerly 42): Introductory Quantum Mechanics
- PHYS 68: Plasma Physics OR PHYS 73: Introductory Condensed Matter Physics OR PHYS 76: Methods of Experimental Physics (culminating experience in the major)

### Chemistry

- CHEM 5: General Chemistry

### Engineering Sciences Minor and Pre-B.E. Courses

- ENGS 20: Introduction to Scientific Computing (may not be taken under the Non-Recording Option) –
*ENGS 20 may be replaced by COSC 1: Introduction to Programming and Computation AND COSC 10: Problem Solving via Object-Oriented Programming* - ENGS 21: Introduction to Engineering
- ENGS 22: Systems
- ENGS 24: Science of Materials OR ENGS 27: Discrete and Probabilistic Systems
- ENGS 31: Digital Electronics
- ENGS 61: Intermediate Electrical Circuits

### Bachelor of Engineering (Fifth Year) Courses

- ENGS 26: Control Theory
- ENGS 60: Introduction to Solid-State Electronic Devices OR ENGS 120: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
- ENGS 89: Engineering Design Methodology and Project Initiation
- ENGS 90: Engineering Design Methodology and Project Completion
- ENGS 92: Fourier Transforms and Complex Variables
- ENGS 110: Signal Processing
- ENGS 125: Power Electronics and Electromechanical Energy Conversion
- ENGS 126: Analog Integrated Circuit Design