Physics 1407 - Elementary Physics II

Syllabus for PHYS 1407
First Day Handout for Spring 2020
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Lesson Outlines (protected)
Schedule for Spring 2020
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Daily log for Spring 2020 class
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Description
Conceptual level survey of topics in physics intended for liberal arts and other non-science majors. This is the second course physics and is a continuation of PHYS 1405. The student will be introduced to the principles of sound, electricity, magnetism, light, atomic and nuclear physics, relativity, astrophysics and other related topics. For transferability, contact a program advisor.
Measurable Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Use both conceptual and numerical techniques to solve physics problems. Understand and use the general ideas of properties of matter, gravity, sound, and oscillatory motion. Understand and use the general ideas of geometric optics. Understand and use the general ideas electrostatics. Understand and use the general ideas of electrical circuits. Understand and use the general ideas of modern physics. Understand and use the general ideas associated with light. Understand and use the general ideas of electrodynamics. Understand and use the general ideas of relativity. Understand and use the general ideas of the theory of the atom.