Astronomy Correlate Sequence
Correlate Sequence in Astronomy:
Students majoring in other departments or programs may elect a correlate sequence in Astronomy. The requirements for the correlate sequence consist of PHYS 113, PHYS 114 plus four units in astronomy, two of which must be chosen from the observational sequence (ASTR 240-ASTR 340) or the astrophysics sequence (ASTR 220-ASTR 320 or ASTR 220-ASTR 322). No more than one of the remaining two units may be chosen from the introductory courses (Astronomy 101, 105, 150). Note that additional physics courses (PHYS 200, PHYS 210, and PHYS 240) are highly recommended for those selecting the astrophysics sequence. The NRO option may be used for at most one course to be included in the astronomy correlate sequence.