Heat, kinetic theory, first and second laws of thermodynamics, with lab. Comprehensive study of electricity and magnetism from Coulomb's law to Ampere's law. Applications to basic circuits and ending with AC circuits. Prerequisites: PHYSICS 151 and MATH 132. (GenEd. PS)

Kinematics, vectors and scalars, Newton's laws of motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum. Conservation laws. Collisions, oscillations, rotational dynamics, waves and sound, fluids, with Lab. Use of calculus in physics; problem-solving methods. Co-requisite: MATH 131. (GenEd. PS)

Basic physical laws governing mechanics, thermodynamics, and waves; examples and applications from the biological sciences, with lab. High school algebra and basic trigonometry required. The recommended introductory physics course for majors in the biological sciences and related areas. (Gen.Ed. PS)

Heat, kinetic theory, first and second laws of thermodynamics, with lab. Comprehensive study of electricity and magnetism from Coulomb's law to Ampere's law. Applications to basic circuits and ending with AC circuits. Prerequisites: PHYSICS 151 and MATH 132. (GenEd. PS)
Kinematics, vectors and scalars, Newton's laws of motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum. Conservation laws. Collisions, oscillations, rotational dynamics, waves and sound, fluids, with Lab. Use of calculus in physics; problem-solving methods. Co-requisite: MATH 131. (GenEd. PS)
Fundamentals of wave motion, vibration of strings, sound waves, resonance, harmonic analysis, sound intensity and the decibel, physics of the ear and theories of hearing, physics of speech, elementary properties of microphones and speakers. Prerequisite to COMM-DIS 311, 312. For communication disorders majors; open to others. Algebra skills needed. (Gen.Ed. PS)
Basic principles of physics illustrated by example and demonstration, whenever possible, from the biological sciences, with lab. Topics: electricity, magnetism, radiation, optics, quantum theory, atomic structure, nuclear physics. Prerequisite: PHYSICS 131 or equivalent. (Gen.Ed. PS)
Basic physical laws governing mechanics, thermodynamics, and waves; examples and applications from the biological sciences, with lab. High school algebra and basic trigonometry required. The recommended introductory physics course for majors in the biological sciences and related areas. (Gen.Ed. PS)