PHYS 5500 Senior Project
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PHY 76.
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6 hours conference and independent work; 2 credits
Independent project or set of related projects supervised by a faculty member. Projects may include original design and prototype of lecture demonstration equipment, physics museum display, new equipment or procedures for undergraduate instructional laboratories, or a written thesis. Emphasis on the communication of physics concepts and their application. Presentation of projects at a departmental seminar is required.
Prerequisite: Physics 3100 [10.5], 3950 , and 4900W [67.1].