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PHY 121. Physics for Engineering and Science II. 4 Credits.

This course is designed to provide the student with a clear and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics, to strengthen an understanding of the concepts and principles through a broad range of interesting real-world applications, and to develop strong problem solving skills through an effectively organized approach. Topics considered include the principles of simple harmonic motion, wave motion, sound, geometric optics, wave nature of light, charge, coulomb force, electric field and flux, Gauss' law, electric potential, voltage, resistance, current, DC circuits, Kirchoff's Laws, capacitance, RC time constant, magnetic field and flux, Faraday's Law, Lens' Law, Ampere's Law, Electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic waves, and Maxwell's equations. This course is intended to serve students who plan to major in science or engineering at the four-year college level. Laboratory work is correlated to the classroom presentations. Prerequisite: MAT 212 (or corequisite), PHY 120. Spring.



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Physics or Pre-engineering


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Automotive Technology


...EAS, EGM, NRD or PHY Campus This program...Repair 5 Spring AUT 121 Performance And Diagnosis...

Business Administration


...CHE, EAS, EGM, NRD, PHY Restricted Business Electives...Writing I 3 CIS 121 or 128 Spreadsheet...

Computer Information Systems


...II ), PHY 120 Physics for Engineering and Science I is recommended (followed by PHY 121...

Legal Studies


...EAS, EGM, NRD OR PHY 2 BEHAVIORAL SOCIAL...Law II 3 CIS 121 Spreadsheet Applications 3...