Independent reading and/or research under the guidance of a physics faculty member. Refer to the academic policy section for independent study policy. Independent study contract is required. May be repeated for credit.

A student-driven research experience under the supervision of a faculty mentor or an internship director. Two credits will be the standard credit given for this course. Research contracts will be required for everyone who registers, with fewer or additional credits given depending on the approved project and time commitment. Each faculty member will offer one section of this class per year. Prerequisite: grade of C or higher in BIOL or CHEM 397. Permission of the division chairperson required. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.

Two hours lab per week. Lab component for 250 and 260. Offered fall semester. Must be taken concurrently with 250 or 260. NS

Two hours lab per week. Lab component for 251 and 261. Offered spring semester. Must be taken concurrently with 251 or 261.

Courses on topics of interest to physics students offered on the basis of need, interest, or timeliness. Prerequisites as determined by the instructor. Restricted to students with freshman or sophomore standing. May be repeated for credit. For specific section description, click to the Section Details in VitNet.

Independent reading and/or research under the guidance of a physics faculty member. Refer to the academic policy section for independent study policy. Independent study contract is required. May be repeated for credit.

Courses on topics of interest to physics students offered on the basis of need, interest, or timeliness. Prerequisites as determined by the instructor. Restricted to students with junior standing or higher. May be repeated for credit. For specific section description, click to the Section Details in VitNet.

Three hours lecture per week. An introduction to the fundamental principles of physics using algebra and trigonometry designed primarily for biology and pre-health students. Topics covered include kinematics, dynamics, oscillatory motion and fluid mechanics. Offered fall semesters. Must be taken concurrently with 270. Prerequisite: placement into MATH-220 or concurrent enrollment into MATH-113. NS

Three hours lecture per week. This course is a continuation of 250. Topics covered include gravitation, electricity, basic circuits, magnetism and optics. Must be taken concurrently with 271. Prerequisite: grade of C or higher in 250.

Three hours lecture per week. A calculus-based introduction to the fundamental principles of physics designed primarily for physics, chemistry, biochemistry and pre-engineering students. Topics in kinematics, dynamics, oscillatory motion, and fluid mechanics. Offered fall semester. Must be taken concurrently with 270 and MATH 220. NS