Sample schedules for students interested in the Bachelor of Science physics degree can click on the appropriate link depending on whether you plan on entering CWU during the fall quarter of either an even year or an odd year.
Are you interested in a Bachelor of Arts degree instead? When you arrive at Central, contact the Department Chair with information on the programs/areas you are interested in pursuing and an appropriate multi-year sample schedule can be developed.
Are you interested in the dual-degree physics/engineering program? The advantage to our program is flexibility. For most engineering degrees, the first two years of our program are identical to the first two years of the Bachelor of Science physics degree. Only in the remaining years do the courses become specific to the engineering discipline you would like to pursue. Contact the Department Chair with information on the engineering programs/areas you are interested in pursuing and an appropriate multi-year sample schedule can be developed. Schedules will differ slightly depending on the engineering institution you wish to partner with.
Are you a transfer student? Send the Department Chair an unofficial transcript and he can work with you to develop an appropriate multi-year sample schedule.
The course schedules provided here are intended to help students plan their physics load for the upcoming year. If you have any questions about the availability of certain courses, please contact the Department Chair. CWU students can access the most up-to-date class schedules on Safari. University-wide course schedules and calendars are available here.
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