See MCS section of this catalog
See MCS Section of this catalog
This degree offers a Physics Major with or without a track. A track is like a "menu deal" at a fast-food restaurant: when one chooses a track, one gets a package of physics and other required courses and electives. A student does not need to choose a track but can follow the general, non-track physics curriculum. Students can also take all the courses that a track requires without being in a track. They can declare, change, or leave their track by discussing with the Assistant Head for Undergraduate Affairs.
A Physics Major with or without a track, one of the Physics electives must be a Physics "breadth" Elective course to be chosen from the following:
For more information about B.S. Physics' curriculum, please contact its section on CM's web page.
Carnegie Mellon University owes its name to businessman Andrew Carnegie, who in 1900 donated a great sum of money for the construction of technical schools for sons and daughters of Pittsburgh’s workers.
Over a hundred years later after its foundation, Carnegie Mellon University has grown and consolidated as one of the most important universities in the state of Pennsylvania, with more than 13.500 students and seven colleges:
The university its known for encouraging its students in developing their ideas and creating a business from it. That’s why it is one of the top American universities with the highest amount of created startups with the amount of investments and researches it has. Its global vision is another of its strengths. Additionally, Pittsburgh’s main campus has facilities in other American cities, another campus in Doha, and many contracts and agreements with African, Asian, Australian, European and Latinamerican institutions.
Carnegie Mellon University does not only have good reputation inside its classrooms, it is also known for having an attractive sports program, making it one of the best universities in the university league for baseball, rugby, football, athletics and swimming.
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