Physics (PHY)

PHY 1120 — Physics I
4 Credit hours  

Introduces applied mechanical physics, which includes: Vector forces, moments, constant acceleration trajectories, friction, concepts of simple machines, rotary motion, work, power, energy, torque, simple harmonic motion, waves & sound, solid & fluid properties, heat & thermodynamics and kinetic theory of gases. Algebra-based.
Transfer: TAG, TM
Offered: Fall
Prerequisites: MTH 0904, MTH-0953 (with a "C" or better)
Corequisites: MTH 1210, MTH 1370.

PHY 1130 — Physics II
4 Credit hours  

Introduces applied mechanical physics, which includes: Electric field potential and forces, current and magnetic field integration over continuous charge/current distribution, quantum physics, atomic physics, nuclear physics, induction and inductance, resistance-capacitance and basic ciruit analysis, EMF and electric power, electromagnetic waves, Kirchoff's Law, RLC cuicuits, Fardays Law, conductivity, geometric optics, diffractions, interference, polarization. Algebra-based.
Transfer: TAG, TM
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: MTH 0904, MTH-0953 (with a grade of "C" or better)
Corequisites: MTH 1210 or MTH 1370.