Integrative Curricular Microcredential in Undergraduate Research in Computational or Theoretical Physics
The recipient has demonstrated that they can complete a significant research project in computational or theoretical physics that builds upon the knowledge and skills they learned in physics and mathematics coursework. The recipient can communicate the scientific results of this project with others and can reflect on what they learned and how they approached challenges.Additional Details
8 credits in PHYS 228, PHYS 261, MATH 326
Integrative or applied learning experience. Equivalent of at least 4 weeks of full-time undergraduate research experience working on a computational or theoretical physics project. REU and other summer experiences are preferred. The project must be unique to this micro-credential.