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UNDERGRADUATE : Course 22 Roadmaps :
Quantum Engineering (NSE + Physics Double Major)

This roadmap emphasizes the central role that NSE and physics play in the growing field of quantum information and nanotechnology. The roadmap is compliant with either the focused or flexible physics option and results in an NSE+Physics double major. Courses developing analysis and computational skills are placed earlier than usual.

    Some possible student outcomes:

  • Preparation for graduate studies in quantum information and related areas.
  • Nano- and quantum-technology.
  • Quantum-based detection.

UROPs among NST faculty and at RLE are strongly encouraged.

1st YEAR 8.01 Physics I 8.022 Physics II
  18.01 Calculus I 18.02 Calculus II
  3.091 Solid State I 7.01x Biology 1
2nd YEAR 22.01 Intro to NSE 22.02 Intro to Nuclear Physics
  18.03 Differential Equations 2.005 Thermal-Fluids
  8.03 Physics III 6.00 Computation I
  18.06 Linear Algebra 8.04 Quantum I
3rd YEAR 8.05 Quantum II 8.14 Physics Lab II
  22.05 Intro to Reactor Physics 22.071 Intro Electronics
  8.13 Physics Lab I 8.044 Statistical Phyics I
  8.07 E&M II HASS
  8.233 Classical MechanicsIAP  
4th YEAR 22.033 Senior Design Course 22.ThU UG Thesis*
  22.ThT Thesis tutorial 22.070 Nuclear MaterialsA
  22.058 Radiation ImagingA 8.06 Quantum III
  8.033 Relativity 8.08 Statistical Physics II**

Bold fonts indicate suggested freshmen course choices
IAP Denotes course taken at IAP after fall term
* Same undergraduate thesis can be applied for both Course 22 and 8 with approval
** Including this course completes focused physics option. Excluding this course, the roadmap is compliant with the flexible physics option.
A Denotes the two suggested advanced course 22 subjects

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