Principles of physics designed to provide students with a mathematically based (non-calculus) understanding of electricity, magnetism, optics and modern physics including electric and magnetic fields, DC and AC circuits, geometrical and wave optics, polarization, and an introduction to relativity and quantum mechanics are covered. For students in arts, science, architecture and pre-professional programs.
Credit Hours: 5.0
Lecture Hours: 4.0
Lab Hours: 3.0
Course Fee Required
PHY 101◊ (minimum grade "C") and placement at RHT 101◊ level