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PR/CR: MAT 180 Fall only PHY222 College Physics II (3-3-4) The course is the second part of a one-year sequence.
This course uses a calculus-based problem solving approach to describe electricity, magnetism, induction, and optics.
The following topics are covered: electric force and field, potential, capacitance, current, resistance, DC circuits, magnetic force and fields, AC circuits, reflection, refraction, mirror lenses and gratings.
PR: MAT 118, MAT 154 or higher, or eligible to enroll in MAT 167 Spring only PHY221 College Physics I (3-3-4) This course is the first part of a one-year sequence.
Students willbe required to access and untilize the Internet to review and formulate web-based weather strategies.
Spring only PHY120 Physical Science I (3-0-3) This is one of a two-course sequence for the non-science major designed to provide an overview of the basic concepts of physics, chemistry, earth science and space science.
Instructors in the program were hired by students and compensated through student activity fees.
A 4-acre (1.6 ha) environmental studies site operated by students and community members under the aegis of the program at the southern periphery of the campus included geodesic domes, windmills, kilns, a solar-powered house funded by the Department of Energy, and more inchoate variants of sustainable architecture.