Physics I: Forces and Motion (with lab) (PHY2235.01)

Hugh Crowl

Physics is the study of what Newton called “the System of the World.” To know the System of the World is to know what forces are out there and how those forces operate on things. These forces explain the dynamics of the world around us: from the path of a falling apple to the motion of a car down the highway to the flight of a rocket from the Earth. Careful analysis of the forces that govern these motions reveal countless insights about the world around you and enable you to look at that world with new eyes. While there are no explicit prerequisites for this course, a proficiency with algebra is assumed.

Delivery Method: Class: Entirely remote (synchronous); Lab: Hybrid in-person and remote, with faculty remote
Prerequisites: None.
Course Level: 2000-level
Credits: 4
T/F 8:30AM-12:10PM, W 8:30AM-12:10PM (lab) (1st seven weeks)
Maximum Enrollment: 24
Course Frequency: Once a year

Categories: All courses , Physics
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