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PHY200 General Physics I 3 Credits
This course is the first of a two-term sequence. It is intended to provide a general knowledge
of the basic concepts of physics relating to mechanics, energy, rotational motion, fluids,
thermodynamics, and waves. Physics is based on problems solving that this class involves
both solving work problems and performing laboratory exercises. Students will attain a
conceptual understanding and problem-solving ability that they can readily apply to their
knowledge to novel problems and situations. It show to students how useful physics is in
their own lives and will be in their future professions.
Co-requisite: PHY200L
Prerequisite: MTH105
Terms Offered: WI

PHY200L General Physics I Lab* 1 Credit
This course is the practical laboratory application of the concepts leaned in PHY200. It
is intended to provide a general knowledge of the basic concepts of physics relating to
mechanics, energy, rotational motion, fluids, thermodynamics, and waves. Physics is based
on problem solving that this class involves both solving work problems and performing
laboratory exercises. Students will attain a conceptual understanding and problem-solving
ability that they can readily apply to their knowledge to novel problems and situations. It
shows to students how useful physics is in their own lives and will be in their
future professions.
Co-requisite: PHY200
Prerequisite: MTH105
Terms Offered: WI

PHY300 General Physics II* 3 Credits
This course is the second term of a two-term sequence. It is intended to provide a
general knowledge of the basic concepts of physics relating to electricity, magnetism,
electromagnetism, and optics. Physics is based on problems solving and this class involves
both solving word problems and performing laboratory exercises. Students will attain a
conceptual understanding and problem-solving ability such that they can readily apply their
knowledge to novel problems and situations. It shows students how useful physics is in their
own lives and will be in their future professions.
Co-requisite: PHY300L
Prerequisite: PHY200 and PHY200L
Terms Offered: SP

PHY300L General Physics II Lab* 1 Credit
This course is the practical laboratory application of the concepts learned in PHY300. It
is intended to provide a general knowledge of the basic concepts of physics relating to
electricity, magnetism, electromagnetism and optics. Physics is based on problem solving
and this class involves both solving work problems and performing laboratory exercises.
Students will attain a conceptual understanding and problem-solving ability such that they can
readily apply their knowledge to novel problems and situations. It shows students how useful
physics is in their own lives and will be in their future professions.
Co-requisite: PHY300
Prerequisites: PHY200 and PHY200L
Terms Offered: SP

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