This is a two-semester course for students in science and engineering. Concepts of calculus are introduced and used when necessary. The lecture and laboratory exercises pertain to mechanics, fluids, heat and thermodynamics, wave motion, sound, electricity, and magnetism, geometric and physical optics, and an introduction to modern physics.
For PHY 215, Co-requisite: MAT 301 For PHY 225, Prerequisite: PHY 215, MAT 301
NOTE: Students cannot receive credit for both PHY 210 and PHY 215, or PHY 220 and PHY 225.
Course Credit: 4
Lab Hours: 2HRS.