The Department of Physics and Astronomy at MU offers a series of online physics courses, which fulfill regular degree requirements both at MU and at other secondary and post-secondary institutions. In addition to standard algebra-based and calculus-based physics courses that include an online laboratory, there general education courses available as well as upper level physics courses.
You can take these courses from anywhere you are, and you can take them without ever coming to campus. The online physics courses offer online course materials (recorded lectures and tutorial problems), online laboratories, and online assessments. For more information about each course, click on the links provided below to access a full syllabus for the course.
During Summer 2018, the Physics Department offers the following courses fully online (no campus visit required):
- Intro to Astronomy (astronomy 1010) - satisfies general education requirements in Physical Sciences
- Concepts in Cosmology (physics 1050) - satisfies general education requirements in Physical Sciences
- College Physics I (physics 1210)
- College Physics II (physics 1220)
- University Physics I (physics 2750) - for all engineers and science majors
- University Physics II (physics 2760) - for all engineers and science majors
- Introduction to Modern Physics (WI) (physics 3150) - writing intensive course
- Introduction to Biomedical Imaging (physics 4420)
- Modern Condensed Matter Physics (physics 4650)
Click on the course name to access the syllabus and learn about the course. Take these online courses and advance your studies!