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PHYS 101: Intro Topics in Physics:Motion
Experience in physics which provides students a basis for understanding scienti?c and technology issues. General Education course that deals with the history and methods of physics using everyday motion as the focus. The primary goal of this conceptually-based course is to convey...
Professors: Jennifer L. Mason; Michelle M. Kelly; Richard W. Tarara
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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PHYS 101: Intro Topics in Phys:MotionLAB
Experience in physics which provides students a basis for understanding scientific and technology issues. Designed for students not majoring in the sciences but of interest to all.
Professors: Richard W. Tarara
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PHYS 102: Intro Top PHYS: 21st C Energy
General Education course that deals with the science of national and global energy concerns. Designed for students not majoring in the sciences but of interest to all. (Three hours lecture and one two-hour laboratory/demonstration). Prerequisite: None. PHYS 101 or high school phy...
Professors: Jennifer L. Mason; Michelle M. Kelly; Richard W. Tarara
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PHYS 103: Physics by Inquiry I
A course in physics with some astronomy, designed for majors in elementary education. The content, taught by guided inquiry in a laboratory setting, provides the student with knowledge of key concepts, understanding the nature of scientific inquiry, as well as scientific ways of ...
Professors: Jennifer L. Mason; Joseph J. Bellina
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PHYS 103: Inquiry Physics I & Lab
ElEd Majors ONly/Perm Req,GenEd
Professors: Joseph J. Bellina
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PHYS 104: Physics by Inquiry II
A course in physics with some astronomy, designed for majors in elementary education. The content, taught by guided inquiry in a laboratory setting provides the student with knowledge of key concepts, understanding the nature of scientific ways of knowing, and familiarity with a...
Professors: Jennifer L. Mason; Joseph J. Bellina
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PHYS 104: Physics by Inquiry II & Lab
ElEd Majors Only/Permission Req.,GenEd
Professors: Joseph J. Bellina
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PHYS 217: Physics I
A treatment of the fundamental principles of mechanical and thermal phenomena. This is a calculus-based course designed for students in the life sciences. (Three hours lecture and one two-hour laboratory) Prerequisite: Math 115 or 131 or 133, or permission of the instructor.
Professors: Erica N. Hesselbach; Michelle M. Kelly; Richard W. Tarara
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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PHYS 217: Physics I & Lab
Math 115,116,GenEd
Professors: Michelle M. Kelly
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PHYS 218: Physics II
A treatment of the fundamental principles of electrical and optical phenomena. This is a calculus-based course designed for students in the life sciences. (Three hours lecture and one two-hour laboratory) Prerequisite: PHYS 217 or permission of the instructor.
Professors: Erica N. Hesselbach; Michelle M. Kelly; Richard W. Tarara
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