We offer both Physics 1011 and Physics 1012 during the summer. Course descriptions and prerequisites follow.


Physics 1011 (Basic Physics I)
syllabus
Prerequisite: Math 1030 (College Algebra) and Math 1035 (Trigonometry) .  Calculus (Math 1100 or 1800) strongly recommended. A course specifically designed for students in health and life sciences covering in topics as classical mechanics and heat. Will not fulfill the Physics 2111 requirement for physics, chemistry, and engineering majors. Two and a half hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory.

Physics 1012 (Basic Physics II) syllabus
Prerequisite: Physics 1011. Continuation of Physics 1011. A course specifically designed for students in health and life sciences covering the topics of electricity, magnetism, light and radiation. Will not fulfill the Physics 2112 requirement for physics, chemistry, and engineering majors. Two and a half hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory per week.


Students may also want to consult our Undergraduate Handbook for Physics Majors which describes our degree programs in detail.

Summer Schedule