Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2020 Physics Courses: In-Person, Remote, or Hybrid?

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, fall 2020 courses may be taught fully in-person, fully remote, or a combination of the two. Here you will find information on which courses will be taught in which manner.

Please take note of the following:

  • The registrar currently lists the Physics Colloquia as fully remote. We are working to make them hybrid.
  • 33-201 will be fully remote for the first two weeks.
  • 33-467 (Astrophysics) is currently conflicting with the recitation for 33-341 (Thermal Physics). YOU MAY REGISTER FOR BOTH. We are working to rectify this.

Questions about courses, registration, or the contents of this page can be directed to:
Gillian Lynn Ryan
Heather Corcoran

Page last updated: August 13, 2020

Fully Remote

Lectures and labs will all be conducted remotely.

HYBRID

Classes will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

*The registrar currently lists this course as fully remote. We are working to make it hybrid.

Fully remote

Lectures and labs will all be conducted remotely.

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

Hybrid

  • Lectures will be remote only.
  • Recitations will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Hybrid

  • Lectures will be remote only.
  • Recitations will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

 

Hybrid

  • Lectures will be remote only.
  • Recitations will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Hybrid

  • Lectures will be remote only.
  • Recitations will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Hybrid

  • Lectures will be remote only.
  • Recitation sections B–H, J, will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.
  • Recitation section I will be on a hybrid rotation schedule. Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

*The registrar currently lists this course as fully remote. We are working to make it hybrid.

fully remote

Fully remote

Fully remote

Hybrid

Classes will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Fully remote

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

*The registrar currently lists this course as fully remote. We are working to make it hybrid.

Fully remote

Fully remote

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

*We are aware that the recitation for this course conflicts with the meeting time for 33-467. You may register for both. We are working to rectify this.

Hybrid

Please work with your research advisor to arrange your schedule.

Hybrid

  • Lectures will be on a hybrid rotation schedule. Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.
  • Labs will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely. Note: Only 4 students at a time will be allowed to attend in-person. Each student will be paired with a partner, and partners will take turns rotating between in-person and remote. Students who choose to attend fully remote will be paired with a partner who attends fully in-person.

Hybrid

Classes will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Fully remote

Hybrid

Please work with your research advisor to arrange your schedule.

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

*We are aware that the meeting time for this course conflicts with the recitation for 33-341. You may register for both. We are working to rectify this.

Hybrid

Please work with your advisor to arrange your schedule.

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

Fully remote

Hybrid - rotation

Students will alternate between in-person and remote learning, with all students spending at least some time learning remotely.

Hybrid

Classes will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Fully remote

Fully remote

Fully Remote

Fully remote

Hybrid

Classes will be held in-person, but students may choose to attend remotely.

Fully remote

Fully remote