A minor in physics is valuable. It helps broaden and deepen your understanding of your major and gives you an enriched perspective of the natural world and the universe. A physics minor increases your career options and shows prospective employers that you can solve problems and deal effectively with quantitative issues. This minor will be particularly attractive to students majoring in Applied Science, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Construction, Packaging, and the many engineering-related fields since their program requirements overlap significantly with this minor. Science Education students will also find it valuable in understanding the fundamental interactions found in physics which permeates all fields of natural science.

Minor Requirements


For more information, contact

Daniel Sinkovits, Minor Adviser
126G Science Addition, Jarvis Hall
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, WI 54751-0790

Phone: 715-232-2544
Email: sinkovitsd@uwstout.edu

Declaring a Minor

To declare a minor, complete the "Applying for a Minor" survey online, and you will be given further instructions. Once this has been processed you will receive an e-mail confirmation from the Advisement Center.