Physics

Courses

PHY 1001. General Physics. 5 hrs.

This course is for students in chemistry, engineering, and physics. This course includes forces, motion, work and energy, circular and harmonic motion. Lecture, four hours per week; lab, two hours per week. Prerequisite: Credit in MTH 2001. IAI: P2 900L.

PHY 2001. General Physics. 4 hrs.

This course is for students in chemistry, engineering, and physics. This course includes the con- cepts of temperature, heat, molecular properties of matter, concepts of waves and wave motion, vibrating bodies, electric fields, DC current and circuits. Lecture, two hours per week; seminar, one hour per week; lab, two hours per week. Prerequisite: PHY 1001 and credit or registration in MTH 2002.

PHY 2002. General Physics. 4 hrs.

This course is for students in chemistry, engineering, and physics. This course includes the concepts of magnetic field, A.C. current and circuits electromagnetic waves, light, optics, atomic and nuclear physics. Lecture, two hours per week; seminar, one hour per week; lab, two hours per week. Prerequisite: PHY 2001.

PHY 2003. General Physics. 5 hrs.

This course is for students in the Arts and Sciences. (Not for chemistry, engineering, or physics majors.) This course includes the basic concepts of force and motion, energy and momentum, properties of matter, heat and thermodynamics, wave motion, and sound. Lecture, three hours per week; seminar, one hour per week; lab, two hours per week. Prerequisite: MTH 1005 or equivalent. IAI: P1 900L.

PHY 2004. General Physics. 5 hrs.

This course is for students in the Arts and Sciences. (Not for chemistry, engineering, or physics majors.) This course includes the basic concepts of light and optics, electricity and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics. Lecture, three hours per week; seminar, one hour per week; lab, two hours per week. Prerequisite: PHY 2003.