PHY 102—ATOMS TO GALAXIES;
Description: Concepts, history, and methodology of physical ideas such as motion, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, quanta, and relativity with interrelationships and applications.
PHY 240 - ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM I;
Description: Electrostatic fields and potentials in vacuum, Gauss law, electrostatics of dielectrics, magnetostatics, Biot-Savart, Ampere, and Faraday laws, magnetic induction, magnetic materials, and Maxwell s equations.
PHY 270—EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS;
Description: Experiments that demonstrate principles of physics. Emphasis on experimental techniques, laboratory practices, data analysis, and the quality of written reports.