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PHYS 2201 Introductory Physics II (Calculus) (Spring: 4 )


Course Description

Second semester of a calculus-based introduction to physics for those majoring in the physical sciences. Students utilize analytical reasoning combined with mathematical formalism to fully explore the development, consequences and limitations of the classical principles of physics; similar to PHYS2212 in pace and content but at a greater depth appropriate for physical science majors. Class size is limited to promote classroom discussion. Topics include fundamentals of electrostatics, simple electrical circuits, magnetism, electromagnetism and electromagnetic oscillations and waves, and selected topics in physical optics.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: MATH1103 (May be taken concurrently)

Cross listed with:

Comments: PHYS2204 is the laboratory course to supplement the lecture course material.


Last Updated: 13-May-15