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PHY 101 Elementary Physics 4 Credits
This introductory course designed for non-science majors covers selected topics from mechanics, heat, optics, electromagnetism and modern physics at a very elementary level. Only knowledge of algebra is required to follow the course. A laboratory component may be integrated with the course.
No pre-requsite

PHY 103 Introduction to Physics I 3 Credits
First part of a two semester algebra based introductory physics course designed for science majors, but open to non-science majors with adequate background in mathematics. This part concentrates on topics in Newtonian mechanics, waves and heat. PHY107L and PHY 1R3 are required to be taken concurrently. Only one of PHY 103 and PHY 105 will count towards
Co-requisite MAT 111 Pre-calculus or equivalent

PHY 1R3 Recitation for Introduction to Physics I 0 Credits
Recitation session for PHY 103 Introduction to Physics I. Must be taken concurrently with PHY 103.

PHY 104 Introduction to Physics II 3 Credits
Second part of a two semester algebra based introductory physics course designed for science majors, but open to non-science majors with adequate background in mathematics. This part concentrates on topics in electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics. PHY108L and PHY1R4 are required to be taken concurrently. Only one of PHY 104 and PHY 106 will count towards a degree.
Co-requisite MAT 111 Pre-calculus or equivalent
Pre-Requisiste PHY 103 or PHY 105

PHY 1R4 Recitation for Introduction to Physics II 0 Credits
Recitation session for PHY 104 Introduction to Physics II. Must be taken concurrently with PHY 104.

PHY 105 General Physics I 3 Credits
First part of a two semester calculus based introductory physics course designed for science majors, but open to non-science majors with adequate background in mathematics. This part concentrates on topics in Newtonian mechanics, waves and heat. PHY107L and PHY 1R5 is required to be taken concurrently. Only one of PHY 103 and PHY 105 will count towards a degree.
Co-requisite MAT 121 Calculus Ior equivalent

PHY 1R5 Recitation for General Physics I 0 Credits
Recitation session for PHY 105 General Physics I. Must be taken concurrently with PHY 105.

PHY 106 General Physics II 3 Credits
Second part of a two semester calculus based introductory physics course designed for science majors, but open to non-science majors with adequate background in mathematics. This part concentrates on topics in electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics. PHY106L and PHY1R6 are required to be taken concurrently. Only one of PHY 104 and PHY 106 will count towards a degree.
Co-requisite MAT 121 Calculus I or equivalent
Pre-Requisiste PHY 103 or PHY 105

PHY 1R6 Recitation for General Physics II 0 Credits
Recitation session for PHY 106 General Physics II. Must be taken concurrently with PHY 106.

PHY 107L Freshman Physics Lab I 1 Credit
Selected experiments on topics covered in PHY 103 and PHY 105.
To be taken concurrently with PHY 103 or PHY 105.
Co-requisite PHY 103 or PHY 105

PHY 108L Freshman Physics Lab II 1 Credits
Selected experiments on topics covered in PHY 104 and PHY 106.
To be taken concurrently with PHY 104 or PHY 106.
Co-requisite PHY 104 or PHY 106

PHY 171 Problem Solving Skills in Physics 1 Credits
This course is designed to sharpen and make up for deficiencies in problem solving skills in Physics. Elementary examples will be treated from various areas of Physics.
No pre-requisite

PHY 181 Elementary Astronomy 3 Credits
Introduction to astronomy covering solar system, stellar evolution, galaxies and big-bang theory. Designed primarily for non-science majors with practically no use of mathematics. PHY181L is required to be taken concurrently.
No pre-requisite

PHY 182L Elementary Astronomy Lab 1 Credits
Selected simple experiments in astronomy using computer software and limited or no use of optical telescope.
To be taken concurrently with PHY 181
Co-Requisiste PHY 181

PHY 191 Environmental Physics 3 Credits
Selected topics in physics effecting our environment: heat engines and environmental pollution, greenhouse effect, nuclear power and radioactivity, effect of pollution on global climate, acts of terrorism that can effect our environment. Integrated lectures, labs and field works.
No pre-requisite