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Fundamentals of Physical Science
This course is designed for the non-science major interested in an overview of the physical sciences and in developing an appreciation for the nature of the physical universe. It includes physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology and their relation to the world and universe in which we live. Lecture: 3 hours per week
This course is an introductory study of astronomy. Topics include the history of astronomy; the motions and physical properties of the sun, moon, and Earth; the electromagnetic spectrum; solar system planets, satellites, and minor bodies; stars; galaxies; evolution of the solar system; the universe; and cosmology. Lecture: 3 hours per week
General Physics I
This course is the study of mechanics, sound, linear and rotational motion momentum, energy, vectors, elasticity, vibration, and mechanical wave motion. Lecture: 3 hours per week
Complete MATH-147 or MATH-143 and MATH-144, with a minimum grade of C-, or an appropriate test score: COMPASS Trig >21.
General Physics II
This course is the study of electricity and magnetism, light, optics, and modern physics. Lecture: 3 hours per week
Complete PHYS-111 or PHYS-211 with a minimum grade of C-.
Engineering Physics I
This course is the study of kinematics and dynamics, Newton's Laws, work and energy, rotational dynamics, linear and angular momentum, collisions, static equilibrium, oscillations, gravity, central forces, fluid dynamics, and sounds waves. Lecture: 4 hours per week
MATH-143 and MATH-144, or MATH-147, or appropriate score on the placement test.
Engineering Physics II
This course is the study of heat and thermodynamics, electric and magnetic fields and potentials, DC and AC circuits, electromagnetic waves, and geometric and physical optics. Lecture: 4 hours per week
Complete MATH-170 and PHYS-211 with a minimum grade of C-.