Physics

PHY 1103L

Physics of Light and Color Lab
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PHY 1103

Physics of Light and Color
3
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PHYS 1199

Course Description: Physics of Light and Color is an introductory physics course designed for non-science majors. Topics include the basic physics of light, optical instruments, the eye, and colors. This course includes 3 hours of lecture and 2 hours of lab per week.

Physics of Light and Color
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PHYS 1106

Students are instructed in the elementary principles and calculus-based mathematical descriptions of electricity and magnetism, light, optics and modern physics.  A 3-hour lab period supplements a 4-hour weekly lecture.

Principles of Physics II
5
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PHYS 1105

Students are instructed in the elementary principles and calculus-based mathematical descriptions of matter and energy, including mechanics (linear and rotational motion, force, work and energy, harmonic motion), fluids, wave motion and thermal physics. A 3-hour lab period supplements a 4-hour weekly lecture.

Principles of Physics I
5
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PHYS 1102

A continuation of PHYS 1101; includes a study of electricity and magnetism, light and basic atomic and nuclear physics.

Introduction to Physics II
4
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PHYS 1101

An introduction to elementary principles of mechanics, sound, and heat. A three-hour laboratory period each week supplements the three lecture-recitation periods.

Introduction to Physics I
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PHYS 1100

This course will be required for all students enrolled in the Graphics Technology program for students starting in the Fall of 2012.  It is designed to teach students the basics of motion in form of concepts and simulation using VPython.  

Physics in Motion
3
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