The Physics curriculum at Troy University is designed to give the student a balanced background in the theoretical and experimental foundations of physics. The basic principles are stressed and are carefully developed in a yearlong sequence of courses. For example, we routinely offer two semesters of classical mechanics (PHY 4420, 4440), Electromagnetic Theory (PHY 4430, 4435), and Quantum Mechanics (PHY 4445, 4446). In addition, students majoring in Physics will have to take the following math courses (that you may apply toward a math minor if you wish): Cal IIII, and Vector Calculus. Also, depending on student interest, we offer several elective courses.
The latest "my degree map" for the physics major can be found here. 
Here is the list of minimally required physics courses for a student majoring in Physics:

Here is a list of all the laboratory experiences contained in the major:
Physics with Cal I, Lab  Physics with Cal II, Lab  Waves and Optics Lab  Modern Physics Lab  Miscellaneous 

Data Analysis  Data Analysis: Excel Tutorial  Introduction to Ray Optics  Speed of light  Torque on a Magnetic Dipole 
Free Fall  Resonance  Simple Reflection  Charge to mass ratio of Electron  Superconductivity: Meisner Effect 
Kinematics  Standing Waves in a String  Refraction  Blackbody radiation  Brewster's Angle 
Simple Pendulum  Simple Harmonic Motion: Hooke’s law  Images from Mirrors  Photoelectric effect  Oscillators 1 
Hooke’s law  Electric Fields and Potentials  Dispersion and Total Internal Reflection  FrankHertz Experiment  Oscillators 2 
Atwood Machine  Ohm’s Law Series/Parallel Circuits  Images from Lenses  Electron diffraction  
Force Table  Ohms Law and Resistivity  Telescope and Microscope  GammaRay Spectroscopy  
Projectile Motion  RC Time Constant  Polarization and Malus' Law  Statistics of Nuclear Decay  
Specific Heat of Metals  Conversion of Galvanometer into a Voltmeter  Interference  Absorption of Nuclear Radiation  
Archemedes Principle  Magnetic Force  Diffraction 