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PHYS 1401 (4-3-3) General Physics
Introductory study of the principles and application of mechanics, wave motion, and sound, with emphasis on fundamental concepts and problem solving. Lab fee. Fall.
Prerequisite: MATH 1303 and 1304.
PHYS 1402 (4-3-3) General Physics
Continuation of PHYS 1401, completing the survey of physics. Emphasis includes electricity, magnetism, optics, atomic structure, and nuclear physics. Lab fee. Spring.
Prerequisite: PHYS 1401.
PHYS 3301 (3-3-0) Analytical Mechanics
Particle and rigid body kinematics, using a vector approach. Offered periodically in the Spring.
Prerequisite: PHYS 1402 and MATH 2407.
PHYS 3302 (3-3-0) Vector Analysis
Introduction to scalar and vector products, vector differential calculus, vector integral calculus in two and three dimensions, and elements of tensor analysis emphasizing physical aspects. Offered periodically.
Prerequisite: MATH 1405 and PHYS 1402.
PHYS 3303 (3-3-0) Modern Physics
Introduction to the study of atomic and nuclear structure of matter, electronic structure of the atom, and nuclear structure and wave nature of matter. Offered periodically.
Prerequisite: PHYS 1402.
PHYS 3401 (4-3-3) Electronics
Physical basis of electronic devices and circuits including direct-current circuits, alternating currents, ac-circuit analysis and topics from diode circuits, semiconductor devices, amplifiers, oscillations, measurements, and microprocessors. Lab fee. Offered periodically in the Spring.
Prerequisite: PHYS 1402 and MATH 1405. (MATH 3305 is recommended.)