Physics

Courses

PHYS& 110: Physics for Non-Science Majors with Lab

Credits 5

An introduction to physics intended for students not majoring in science. Topics include basic coverage of motion, force, energy, momentum, gravity, electricity and magnetism, light, waves, and relativity. Course includes one lab credit. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Natural Sciences)

PHYS& 114: General Physics I with Lab

Credits 5

Basic principles of physics presented without use of calculus. Suitable for students majoring in technically oriented fields other than engineering or the physical sciences. Mechanics. Working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry: one year high school physics is recommended. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Natural Sciences)

PHYS& 115: General Physics II with Lab

Credits 5

Basic principles of physics presented without use of calculus. Suitable for students majoring in technically oriented fields other than engineering or the physical sciences. Heat and electromagnetism. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)

PHYS& 116: General Physics III with Lab

Credits 5

Basic principles of physics presented without use of calculus. Suitable for students majoring in technically oriented fields other than engineering or the physical sciences. Sound, light, and modern physics. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)

PHYS& 221: Engineering Physics I with Lab

Credits 5

Basic principles of mechanics and experiments in mechanics for physical science and engineering majors. One year high school physics is recommended. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Natural Sciences)

PHYS& 222: Engineering Physics II with Lab

Credits 5

Basic principles of electromagnetism, the mechanics of oscillatory motion, and experiments in these topics for physical science and engineering majors. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)

PHYS& 223: Engineering Physics III with Lab

Credits 5

Electromagnetic waves, optics, waves in matter, and experiments in these topics for physical science and engineering majors. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)