3-3-4

Prerequisite: MATH 1113

An introductory course, which will include material from mechanics (kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, momentum and collisions, and rotational motion and statics), and may also include thermodynamics and waves. Elementary algebra and trigonometry will be used. Laboratory exercises supplement classroom work.

3-2-4

Prerequisite: PHYS 1111K or PHYS 2211K

An introductory course, which will include electrostatics, electric current and circuits, and electromagnetism, and may also include optics, and modern physics. Elementary algebra and trigonometry will be used. Laboratory exercises supplement classroom work.

3-3-4

Prerequisites: MATH2253

An introductory course, which will include material from mechanics (kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, momentum and collisions, and rotational motion and statics), and may also include thermodynamics and waves. Elementary calculus will be used. Laboratory exercises supplement classroom work. This course may be substituted for PHYS 1111K in any curriculum, but credit will not be allowed for both PHYS 1111K and PHYS 2211K.

3-2-4

Prerequisites: MATH2254, PHYS2211K

An introductory course which will include electrostatics, electric current and circuits, and electromagnetism, and may also include optics, and modern physics. Elementary calculus will be used. Laboratory exercises supplement classroom work. This course may be substituted in any curriculum for PHYS 1112K, but credit will not be allowed for both PHYS 1112K and PHYS 2212K.

2-0-2

Prerequisites: MATH 2254, (PHYS 2211 or PHYS 1111) and (PHYS 2212 or PHYS 1112)

An introductory course that will include thermal physics (thermal properties of matter, first and second laws of thermodynamics), and modern physics (relativity, quantum theory, atoms, nuclei). Elementary calculus will be used

4-0-4

Prerequisites: MATH2306, a grade of C or better in PHYS2211K

A survey of Newtonian dynamics of particles and systems of particles, including Lagrange's

equations, central force systems, and the theory of small vibrations.

3-0-3

Prerequisites: MATH2255, a grade of C or better inPHYS2212K

A survey of fundamental principles of electricity and magnetism, including electrostatic fields, magnetic fields of steady currents, and time-dependent electromagnetic fields.

3-0-3

Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in PHYS2212K

Fundamentals and applications of geometric and physical optics.

1-3-2

Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in, PHYS2212K

A study of discrete and integrated circuits that are commonly found in the physics laboratory.

Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in PHYS2212K

1-3-2

An introduction to computational physics problem solving, primarily using Windows-based

MathCad, but also including an introduction to Maple. Topics include equation solving, the use of vectors and matrices, 2-D and 3-D graphics, differential equation solving, simple

programming, and the analysis and simulation of physical processes. Both numeric and

symbolic methods are covered.

4-0-4

Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in PHYS 2212K

An introduction to the concepts and calculations involved in understanding the structure of matter and the world of the quantum. Topics include the Planck theory of radiation, particle/wave duality, Schrodinger equation solutions for simple potentials, and properties of the one-electron atom. Applications of quantum principles to atomic, molecular, and nuclear structure are also considered as time permits.

0-3-1

Prerequisite: PHYS3710 or concurrently

A selection of experiments from Modern Physics that complement the material in PHYS 3710, Modern Physics.

2-0-2

Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in PHYS2212K

A thorough exposition of the principles of Special Relativity and an introduction to the

General Theory of Relativity.

4-0-4

Prerequisite: PHYS3710

A systematic development of quantum mechanical laws, emphasizing solutions to Schrodinger's equation.

3-0-3

Prerequisite: PHYS3220

A study of electromagnetic fields in matter, and of electromagnetic waves and their propagation. Emphasis will be given to calculation techniques.

4-0-4

Prerequisite: PHYS 2213K, a grade of C or better in PHYS 2212K

A study of the principles of thermal equilibrium, physical statistics, irreversible processes, and the approach to equilibrium.

3-0-3

Prerequisite: PHYS3710

bonding, spectra of diatomic molecules, binding forces and bonding theory in solids, and

application to solid state devices.

1-3-2

Prerequisite: PHYS3410K

An introduction to instrument control, data acquisition, and data analysis of the type used in

research labs. The student will then incorporate these techniques in the design of experiments important to classical and/or contemporary physics. This course will be writing intensive and will require extensive formal reports.

1-0-1

Prerequisite: Approved petition for graduation

Students will complete a capstone physics project during the last year on campus. The content and subject of this project will be negotiated between the student and the faculty

supervisor of the project.

1 to 5 hours

Prerequisite: PHYS 1112K or PHYS 2212K

Special topics selected by the department. Offered on a demand basis