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PY 211 College Physics I (4) Offered Fall. Prereq.: Credit for or concurrent enrollment in MA 131 and concentration/emphasis other than chemistry, electrical engineering, mathematics, or mechanical engineering. Students learn the concepts of vectors, kinematics, and dynamics. A special emphasis is placed on concepts and solving problems (Trigonometry based). 4 hours lecture, plus lab.

PY 212 College Physics II (4) Offered Spring. Prereq.: PY 211. Students learn the concepts of temperature, wave phenomena, acoustics, optics, electricity, and magnetism. A special emphasis is placed on concepts and solving problems (Trigonometry based). 4 hours lecture, plus lab.

PY 231 General Physics I (4) Offered Fall. Prereq.: MA 221. Students learn the physics of matter and energy with a general study of the principles of vector mechanics and the laws of equilibrium, motion, energy, work, momentum, and vibrations (Calculus based). 4 hours lecture, plus lab.

PY 232 General Physics II (4) Offered Spring. Prereq.: PY 231 and credit for or concurrent enrollment in MA 222. Students learn about fluid mechanics, wave phenomena, thermodynamics, optics, electricity, and magnetism (Calculus based). 4 hours lecture, plus lab.

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