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Senior Comprehensive Exam

 

The physics senior comprehensive exam is a departmental graduation requirement for undergraduate physics majors at Howard University. The exam covers topics from the introductory physics courses 013, 014, 105 and the upper division courses 175, 178, 182, 190, and 194. Students who earn an A grade in a senior thesis approved by the Department and in the senior comprehensive and who maintain the grade point average designated by the College of Arts and Sciences, are eligible for departmental honors.