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PHYS 201  INTRO TO NON-CALCULUS BASED PHYSICS I

Empirical analysis of experimental data; kinematics and dynamics of a particle; energy, linear momentum, and gravitation.

Credits:  1 - 3


PHYS 202  INTRO TO NON-CALCULUS PHYSICS II

Static and dynamic electricity; electric and magnetic fields; electromagnetic radiation. Lectures and laboratory.

Credits:  1 - 3


PHYS 210  PHYSICS OF THE HUMAN BODY

Physical aspects of the structure and function of the human body, including the physics of heat loss, forces, pressure, fluid dynamics, acoustics, electricity, and optics as applied to various body systems. The physics of surgical implants will also be discussed.

Credits:  3


PHYS 231  INTRODUCTORY CALCULUS BASED PHYSICS I

Empirical analysis of experimental data; kinematics and dynamics of a particle; energy, linear momentum, and gravitation. Lecture and laboratory.

Credits:  1 - 3


PHYS 232  INTRODUCTORY CALCULUS-BASED PHYSICS II

One- and two-dimensional waves; geometrical and physical optics; electric field and potential; steady state and transient DC circuits; magnetic field, Faraday's Law, electromagnetic waves. Lectures and laboratory.

Credits:  2 - 3


PHYS 233  CALCULUS-BASED PHYSICS I DISCUSSION

Calculus-based derivations and applications for the physics I topics of mechanics and thermodynamics.

Credits:  1


PHYS 234  CALCULUS-BASED PHYSICS II DISCUSSION

Calculus derivations and applications of physics principles related to electromagnetism and light.

Credits:  1


PHYS 295  INDEPENDENT STUDY

Credits:  1 - 3