Physics

Degrees

Classes

PHY 210 : General Physics I

Newtonian mechanics, sound propagation, heat transfer, and thermodynamics using algebra and trigonometry.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

MTH 110 or permission of instructor.

PHY 235 : Introduction to Digital Logic

An introduction to digital electronic circuits and techniques. Boolean Algebra, digital logic gates, registers, automata theory, and integrated circuits. (Same as CSC 245)

Credits

3

Prerequisites

PHY 240 : Fundamentals of Physics I

Principles of Newtonian mechanics, sound propagation, heat transfer, and thermodynamics employing differential and integral calculus.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

MTH 210 or permission of instructor.

PHY 250 : Fundamentals of Physics II

Study of the basic principles of electromagnetism, light propagation, and optics employing differential and integral calculus.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

MTH 220 and either PHY 210 or PHY 240 or permission of instructor.

PHY 321 : Independent Study

Directed study on an individual basis covering topics from advanced physics.

Credits

1 - 3

Prerequisites

PHY 210 or 240, PHY 220 or 250, and permission of instructor.

Course may be repeated for up to 3 credits.

PHY 335 : Modern Physics

Relativity, elementary particles, quantum mechanics, wave and particle theories, and spectra.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

PHY 220 or PHY 250 or permission of instructor.

PHY 390 : Seminar in Physics

Students research areas from advanced physics and deliver oral presentations supported by a formal paper.

Credits

1

Prerequisites

MTH 220 and either PHY 220 or PHY 250 or permission of instructor.

Course may be repeated for credit once.