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Astronomy-Physics Major ChecklistLetters and Science BA or BSGeneral EducationCompletedNatural Sciences4-6 credits in two coursesAstronomy-Physics MajorsStudents are encouraged to declare their major as early as possible. Before declaring the major, students must complete the first two of the three classes in the introductory PHYSICS sequenceor one 4-5 cr. course w/labHumanities/Literature/Art6 creditsMajor RequirementsSocial Studies3 creditsMathComplete the BS/BA math requirements, but keep in mind Math 221 is a pre-requisite for Physics 201 and 207 and Math 222 is a pre-req for Physics 247Communication-A3-6 creditsCommunication-BQuantitative Reasoning ACompletedPhysicsPrior to declaring the major, students must complete 2 of the 3 classes in an Introductory Physics sequence3-6 credits14 Credit seriesPhysics 247, 248 and 249 Recommended, Physics 201(r,P), 202(P), 205 or Physics 207(r,P), 208(P), 241 sequences are also available3 creditsCore (34 credits)Major requires at least 6 credits in Astronomy and 28 credits in PhysicsQuantitative Reasoning BEthnic StudiesIn addition, the specific course requirements for the major are below:BA/BS Degree RequirementsAstronomy:At least two of the following (but note that 310 is a prerequsite for 330, 335, and 500)MathBAMet with Quan A & B6 CreditsASTRON 310(P): Stellar Astrophysics ASTRON 320(P): The Interstellar Medium ASTRON 330(A): Galaxies and Cosmology ASTRON 335(P): Cosmology;MathBSTwo 3 credit courses at I/A level (math comp sci, stat)ASTRON 340(P): Solar System Astronomy ASTRON 500(A): Techniques of Modern Observational AstrophysicsLimited to one each areaLanguageLanguageBABSHumanitiesSocial ScienceNatural ScienceNatural ScienceBABSNote: Astronomy 103 and 104 are not required for the majorOption 1: 4th level of a Foreign LanguagePhysics:Complete intro sequence from aboveOption 2: 3rd level of one language and 2nd level of another28 Credits totalPHYSICS 311(P): Mechanics PHYSICS 322(P): Electromagnetic Fields PHYSICS 415(P): Thermal Physics PHYSICS 448(P): Atomic & Quantum PhysicsComplete 3rd level of a Foreign LanguagePHYSICS 449(P): Quantum Physics PHYSICS 531(P): Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (may be substituted for the 448-449 sequence)12 credits total (L, H, X, Z) (6 of those in literature- L)**A 300 level or higher lab course must be taken: ASTRON 510 or PHYSICS 308 (Electromagnetic Fields and Optics) or 321 (Electric Circuits and Electronics) are recommended12 credits total (S, W, Y, Z)Recommended Additional Courses12 credits (B, P, N, W, X, Y) One 3 credit in Biology,Math:Mathematics courses other than those required as pre-requisites for physics courses are not required for the major, but the following are recommendedOne 3 credit physical science, remaining credits in any scienceMATH 319(N): Ordinary Differential Equations Math 321(N) and 322(N): Applied Analysis12 credits (B, P, N, W, X, Y)Ph D track: MATH 320(N): Linear Mathematics or MATH 340(N): Matrix and Linear Algebra6 credits in Biology and 6 credits in Physical ScienceAdditional math or statistics should be chosen after consulting with faculty or your advisorAttribute GuideComputing:aCOMM AHHUMANITIESbCOMM BIINTERMEDIATEqQUANTITATIVE ALLITERATURErQUANTITATIVE BNNATURAL SCIENCEeETHNIC STUDIESPPHYSICAL SCIENCEAADVANCEDSSOCIAL SCIENCEBBIOLOGICAL STUDIESWSOCIAL OR NATURAL SCIENCECLAS CREDITXHUMANITIES OR NATURAL SCIENCEDINTERMEDIATE OR ADVANCEDYBIOLOGICAL OR SOCIAL SCIENCEEELEMENTARYZHUMANITIES OR SOCIAL SCIENCEComputers are fundamental to astronomical research. An introduction through COMPSCI 302(r,N) or short courses run by the computing centershould be considered.Chemistry:A college course in physical or organic chemistry is useful for astronomy students. Physical chemistry is particularly valuable for those interestedin the interstellar medium, comets, and planets.Statistics:A background in statistics is valuable, particularly for students interested in observational astronomy.STAT 301(r,N) (or 309(N)/310(N) for a more solid foundation), are suggestedLanguage:French, German, Russian, and especially Spanish are the most useful foreign languages for astronomy students, but not required
Astronomy and Physics CoursesCourses in AstronomyAttribute PrerequisiteASTRON100 Survey of AstronomyPECCompletion of QR-A. Open to all Undergrads. Stdts may not receive cr for both Astron 100 & either Astron 103 or 104. Not open to stdts who meet prereq for Astron 200ASTRON103 The Evolving UniversePECCompletion of QR-A. Open to all Undergrads. Stdts may not receive cr for both Astron 100 & 103. Not open to stdts who meet prereq for Astron 200ASTRON104 Exploration of Solar SystemPECCompletion of QR-A. Open to all Undergrads. Stdts may not receive cr for both Astron 100 & 104ASTRON113 Hands on the Universer PECOpen to all Undergrads. Intended to be taken concurrently with Astron 103. Prev Astron 100 or Astron 103 or cons inst acceptable. Satisfies QR-B only if Astron 100 or Astron 103 is also completed. Not open to stdts who have taken Astron 110ASTRON150 Topics in Astronomy The Dark Side of the UniversePECAstron 100, 103, or 104, as appropriate for topic, or consent of instructorASTRON160 Life in the UniversePECOpen to all undergradsASTRON199 Directed StudyECAstron 100 or equiv or cons inst. Open to FrASTRON200 The Physical UniversePICPhysics 202 or 208 or cons inst. Not open to stdts who have taken Astron 100 or 103. Simple calculus requiredASTRON206 History-Astronomy&CosmologyHICSo stASTRON310 Stellar AstrophysicsPICMath 222 & Physics 205 or 241ASTRON320 The Interstellar MediumACMath 222 and Physics 205 or 241ASTRON330 GalaxiesACAstron 310ASTRON340 Solar System AstrophysicsPICMath 222 & Physics 205 or 241ASTRON500 Tech-Mod Observatl AstrophyACGrad st or Astron 310 & cons instASTRON550 AstrodynamicsPACEMA 202 or 221; or Physics 311 or con reg; or cons instASTRON620 Smr-Astrophysical TopicsACAstron 310 or cons instASTRON681 Senior Honors ThesisACCons instASTRON682 Senior Honors ThesisACCons instASTRON691 Senior ThesisACSr st astronomy-physics major & cons instASTRON692 Senior ThesisACAstron 691 & cons instASTRON699 Directed StudyACL & S Undergrads need 2.5, Jr or Sr st & cons instASTRON700 Basic Astrophysics IGrad st in astronomy or physics, or cons instASTRON702 Basic Astrophysics IIGrad st in astronomy or physics, or cons instASTRON715 Stellar Interiors&EvolutionAstron 700 or cons instASTRON730 GalaxiesGrad st in Astron or cons instASTRON910 Seminar in AstrophysicsCons instASTRON990 Research and ThesisGrad st in astronCourses in PhysicsAttribute PrerequisitePHYSICS103 General Physicsr PECCompletion of QR-A. High school algebra, geometry and some trig; Not open if you've taken Physics 201, 207, or 247; Open to Frosh. For students who don't need a calc.level course; Not recommended for students in the physical sci.and engrPHYSICS104 General PhysicsPECPhysics 103. Not open to those who have taken Physics 202, 208, or 248; Open to FreshmanPHYSICS107 Ideas of Modern Physicsr PECCompletion of QR-A. High school algebra & geometry. Not open to students who have taken an intermediate or advanced level physics course. Open to FreshmenPHYSICS109 Physics in the Artsr PECCompletion of QR-A. High school algebra & geometry. Not open to students who have had an intermediate or advanced level physics course, including Physics 371. Open to FreshmenPHYSICS115 Energyr PECCompletion of QR-A. High school algebra and geometry. Not open to students who have taken Physics 103, 201, 207, or 247PHYSICS199 Directed StudyECCons inst. Open to FrPHYSICS201 General Physicsr PICMath 211 or 221 or 1 year high school calculus or instructor consent. Not open to students who have taken Physics 207 or 247; Open to FreshmenPHYSICS202 General PhysicsPICPhysics 201, 207, or EMA 201 and EMA 202, or EMA 201 and ME 240, or equivalent. Not open to students who have taken Physics 208 or 248PHYSICS205 Mod Physics for EngineersPICPhyscis 202, 208 or 248. Not open to students who have taken Physics 241, 244, or 249PHYSICS206 Special Topics in PhysicsICPrereqs vary according to topicPHYSICS207 General Physicsr PICMath 221 or 211 or 1 year high school calculus or instructor consent. Not open to students who have taken Physics 201 or 247; Open to FreshmenPHYSICS208 General PhysicsPICPhysics 201, 207, or 247. Not open to students who have taken Physics 202 or 248; Open to FreshmenPHYSICS235 Intro-Solid State ElectronicsICOpen to Fr. Math 222 & Physics 202PHYSICS241 Intro to Modern PhysicsPICPhysics 202 or 208 or 248 & Math 222. Not open to students who have taken Physics 205, 244, or 249PHYSICS247 A Modern Intro to PhysicsPICMath 222 or concurrent registration or instructor consent; Open to Freshmen. Intended primarily for physics, AMEP, astronomy-physics majors; Also suitable for those majoring in science or mathematicsPHYSICS248 A Modern Intro to PhysicsPICPhysics 247, Math 234 or concurrent enrollment; Open to Freshmen. Intended primarily for physics, AMEP, and astronomy-physics majorsPHYSICS249 A Modern Intro to PhysicsPICPhysics 248 & Math 234, or consent of instructor; concurrent registration in Physics 307 required. Not open to students who have taken Physics 241; Open to Freshmen. Intended primarily for physics, AMEP, astronomy-physics majorsPHYSICS265 Intro-Medical PhysicsPICA yr crse of college level intro physicsPHYSICS298 Directed StudyICIntro physics and cons instPHYSICS299 Directed StudyICIntro physics and cons inst
PHYSICS301 Physics TodayICPhysics 208 or equivPHYSICS307 Intmed Lab-Mech&Mod PhysicsPACPhysics 202 or 208. Physics 205, 241, or 244 or con reg recommendedPHYSICS308 Intermediate Lab-ElectromagPACPhysics 202 or 208. Physics 205, 241, or 244 recommended. Physics 322 and 325 or con reg recommendedPHYSICS311 MechanicsPACPhysics 202 or 208, & Math 320 or 319 or cons instPHYSICS321 Elect Circuits & ElectronicPACPhysics 202 or 208, & Math 320 or 319 or cons instPHYSICS322 Electromagnetic FieldsPACPhysics 311PHYSICS325 Wave Motion and OpticsPACPhysics 205, 241, or 244, and Physics 311. Physics 322 or concurrent enrollment recommendedPHYSICS371 Acoustics for Musiciansr PICCompletion of QR-A, High school algebra. Intended primarily for musicians and others with some music backgroundPHYSICS406 Special Topics in Physics: General RelativityACPhysics 241 or cons instPHYSICS407 Advanced LaboratoryPACPhysics 307 or 308 or cons instPHYSICS415 Thermal PhysicsPACPhysics 241, 244, or 205 & 311PHYSICS448 Atomic and Quantum PhysicsPACPhysics 205, 241, or 244, and Physics 311 and 322. Not open to those who have had Physics 531PHYSICS449 Atomic and Quantum PhysicsPACPhysics 448PHYSICS498 Directed StudyACCons instPHYSICS499 Directed StudyACCons instPHYSICS501 Radiolgcal Physcs&DosimetryACCalculus and modern physicsPHYSICS525 Introduction to PlasmasPACOne crse in electromagnetic fields beyond elem physicsPHYSICS527 Plasma Confinement&HeatingPACNEEP/Phys/ECE 525 or equivPHYSICS531 Intro to Quantum MechanicsPACPhysics 311 & 322 & a course in modern physics, or equiv, or cons inst. Not open to those who have had Physics 448PHYSICS535 Intro-Particle PhysicsPACPhysics 531 or equivPHYSICS545 Intro to Atomic StructurePACA course in quantum mechanics or cons instPHYSICS546 LasersPACPhysics 322 or ECE 420 or equiv; Physics 545, or 449 or 531PHYSICS551 Solid State PhysicsPACA course in quantum mechanics or cons instPHYSICS563 Radionuclides-Med & BiologyPICPhysics 205, Physics 241, or Physics 249, or Graduate StandingPHYSICS601 Scientific PresentationPACGrad st or Sr st in the Honors program or cons instPHYSICS603 Wkshp-College Physics TchgPACAt least 9 cr in intmed physicsPHYSICS619 Microscopy of LifeIC2nd semester intro physics including light & optics (e.g. 104, 202, 208) or cons instPHYSICS623 Electronic Aids to MeasmntPACUndergraduates who have 3 semesters of calculus level physics may enroll with consent of instructorPHYSICS625 Applied OpticsPACThree semesters of calculus level physics or equiv. Sr or Grad st or cons instPHYSICS681 Senior Honors ThesisACConsent of instructor. Note that no credit for physics 681 will be received until successful completion of 682. Must be taken as a sequence with 682.PHYSICS682 Senior Honors ThesisACConsent of instructor. Must be taken as a sequence following 681PHYSICS691 Senior ThesisACConsent of instructor. Note that no credit for Physics 691 will be received until successful completion of 692. Must be taken as a sequence with 692PHYSICS711 Theoreticl Physics-DynamicsPhysics 311 or equivPHYSICS715 Statistical MechanicsPhysics 711, 531 & 415, or equivPHYSICS717 RelativityPhysics 721PHYSICS721 Theor Physics-ElectrodynmcsPhysics 322 or equivPHYSICS724 Waves&Instabilities-PlasmasPHYSICS726 Plasma MagnetohydrodynamicsPHYSICS731 Quantum MechanicsPhysics 449 or 531, or equivPHYSICS732 Quantum MechanicsPhysics 721 & 731PHYSICS735 Particle PhysicsPhysics 535, 731 or equiv or cons instPHYSICS736 Nuclear, Particle&AstrophysicsPhysics 535 or cons instPHYSICS748 Linear WavesECE 440 or Physics 322 or cons instPHYSICS751 Adv Solid State PhysicsPhysics 731 and 551 or equivPHYSICS799 Independent StudyCons instPHYSICS801 Topics-Theoretical Physics / SuperconductivityCons instPHYSICS805 Special Topics in Physics: Laboratory Plasma AstrophysicsCons instPHYSICS831 Advanced Quantum MechanicsPhysics 732PHYSICS832 Advanced Quantum MechanicsPhysics 831PHYSICS835 Collider Phys PhenomenologyPhys 735 or equiv or cons instPHYSICS910 Seminar in AstrophysicsCons instPHYSICS922 Seminar in Plasma PhysicsGraduate or professional standingPHYSICS990 ResearchConsent of instructorNEEP/ECE/Physics 525 & Physics 721 or ECE 740 or cons instICNEEP/ECE/Physics 525 & Physics 721 or ECE 740 or cons inst
Additional Information for Astronomy-Physics MajorsAdvising for Astro-PhysicsJunior Year:Senior Year:http://astro.wisc.edu/Pathways into the ProgramAcademic Advisor - Eric SchueffnerDuring your First and Second Year:Complete Core Courses (34 credits):By senior year, you should have a good idea as to the career you firstname.lastname@example.org. Attend Astronomy Open HouseSee Checklist labYou should be completing your major while planning for your career orInterest from High School608.890.32312. Meet Major AdvisorsCurrent UW Students from Intro CoursesAstronomy Faculty Advisors:3. Attend Majors Fairs / Career FairsResearch and InternshipsRichard Townsend4. Connect and join student organizations - UPSWork with faculty, L&S career services and your advisorUtilize advising but also Career Servicestownsend@astro.wisc.edu5. Explore internships and career optionsInterested Transfer Studentsfurther schooling (GRE, networking, applications etc.)High School Tips608.262.1752During Jr/Sr years:L&S Career na StanimirovicStudents are encouraged to declare their major as early as possible.1. Plan ahead for research projects711 State email@example.comBefore declaring the major, students must complete the first two2. Get involved with department/faculty608-262-3921608.890.1458of the three classes in the introductory PHYSICS sequence3. Present Research at UW Undergraduate Symposiums or AAScareers@ls.wisc.eduUW Application RequirementAdvising in Letters & ScienceRequirements to Declare:5. Take part in Summer REU (Research Experience for Undergrads)1. Applicationhttp://ls.wisc.edu/Complete 2 of 3 classes in an intro Physics Sequence6. Connect with Alumni & potential graduate programs, employment2. 60.00 FeeLetters and Science Advising247, 248, 249 (recommended) or 207, 208, 2417. Attend Career Fairs, Stellar Careers Workshop, & REU/Grad-school workshop3. All TranscriptsL&S Academic Advising Servicesor 201, 202, 295; prior to declaring major8. Get internship experience4. Test Scores ACT/SAT608-262-58585. Two essays101 Ingraham Hall - 8:00-4:30 M-F6. One letter of recommendationGeneral: firstname.lastname@example.org. Work as an Astronomy Tutor9. Attend Astronomy ColloquiumSteps to Declare:10. Work on cover letter and resume11. Apply for Jobs or Graduate SchoolsFreshman: email@example.com. Contact Astro Faculty Advisors to organize a meetingTransfers: firstname.lastname@example.orgRichard Townsend or Snezana StanimirovicFirst and Second Year Tips:2. Meet with Eric Schueffner (Academic Advisor)12. Utilize L&S Career DevelopmentHonors ProgramConsider taking Astro 200 (The Physical Universe)1. Attend Astronomy Open HouseProfessional Societies2. Meet Major AdvisorsUniversity Physical Society (UPS)/Physics Club3. Attend Majors Fairs / Career Fairs2328 Chamberlin Hall4. Connect and join student organizations - UPSupsemail@example.com. Explore internships and career options608-263.2805https://honors.ls.wisc.edu/
EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICSAT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISONhttp://www.astro.wisc.eduTHE DEPARTMENT OF ASTRONOMY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON OFFERS A PROGRAM OF STUDY AND RESEARCHLEADING TO THE B.S. DEGREE IN ASTRONOMY-PHYSICSF A C U L T YA N DAmy Barger:Matthew A. Bershady:Elena D’Onghia:John S. Gallagher:Sebastian Heinz:Alex Lazarian:Robert D. Mathieu:Snezana Stanimirovic:Richard H. Townsend:Christy Tremonti:Eric M. Wilcots:Ellen G. Zweibel:S E N I O RC U R R E N TS C I E N T I S T SJoseph P. Cassinelli:Edward B. Churchwell:Matt Haffner:Kenneth H. Nordsieck:Marina Orio:Jeffrey W Percival:Ronald J. Reynolds:Blair D. Savage:Linda Sparke:Bart Wakker:Barbara Whitney:R E S E A R C HI N T E R E S T SObservational cosmology, distant galaxies and supermassive black holes, star formation and accretion histories of the universe.Extragalactic astronomy and cosmology, galaxy kinematics and image structure; quasars, optical and infrared spectra and instrumentation.Cosmology, nature of dark matter, large scale structure formation, dynamics and galaxy formation.Multi-wavelength observational investigations of evolutionary processes in galaxies, stellar populations, classical novae.Relativistic jets, black holes, AGN, X-ray binaries, galaxy clusters, gamma ray bursts, interstellar and intergalactic medium.Theoretical astrophysics, e.g. magnetic turbulence, magnetic reconnection, cosmic rays, star formation, physics of dust.Observational studies of star formation, binary stars, and open star clusters; high-resolution optical and infrared spectroscopy.Galactic disk/halos, dust properties in low-metallicity environments, physics of the ISM, radio techniques and applications.Stellar astrophysics, magnetic fields, stellar winds, massive stars.Galaxy and AGN co-evolution, galactic chemical evolution.Studies of the structure and evolution of galaxies through radio and optical observations; distribution and kinematics of gas in and around galaxies.Theoretical astrophysics, especially plasma astrophysics; evolution of astrophysical magnetic fields, interstellar astrophysics, star formation, stellar physics.A N DE M E R I T IStructure of stellar winds, high resolution X-ray observations, effects of rotation and magnetic fields on the circumstellar envelopes of hot stars.Star formation, hot molecular cores, UC HII regions, atomic abundances; radio and infrared astronomy.Milky Way structure and dynamics; physics of the interstellar medium; extended galactic halos; diffuse emission-line spectroscopy; remote observing.Stellar and extragalactic optical/ultraviolet spectropolarimetry, ground-based instrument control, space astronomy.Transients' populations, interacting binaries, accreting and hydrogen burning white dwarfs.Instrument control software, telescope control systems, guidance and navigation for suborbital rockets.High-resolution spectroscopy of diffuse sources, development of high throughput spectrometers, physics of the interstellar medium.Physical properties of the interstellar medium, gas in galactic halos and the intergalactic medium; high-r
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