This is the second term of a two-term honors version of the physics 0104-0105-0106 sequence. This term deals with electricity and magnetism, relativity, and an introduction to modern physics and quantum phenomena.

# Environmental Studies

## Basic Physics, Science, and Engineering 2 (Integrated)

The integrated curriculum version of PHYS 0105, the second part of a two-term sequence (0174-0175), introduces students to the basic principles of physics. An effort has been made to achieve a better integration of physics with the first term of calculus, engineering, and chemistry. Modern physics (special relativity, elementary quantum mechanics, and atomic structure) will be discussed.

## Basic Physics, Science, and Engineering 1 (Integrated)

The integrated curriculum version of PHYS 0104, the first part of a two-term sequence (0174-0175) introduces students to the basic principles of mechanics. An effort has been made to achieve a better integration of physics with the first term of calculus, engineering, and chemistry. The theory of waves and the kinetic theory of gases will be discussed.

## Introduction to Physics 1

This is the first term of a two-term, algebra-based sequence in introductory physics. This term deals with mechanics, heat and thermodynamics, and waves.

## Conceptual Physics

This course presents the conceptual basis of introductory classical physics. As such, this course covers the same general topics as PHYS 0110. The emphasis of this course, however, is on a clear understanding of the underlying principles of physics, with a reduced emphasis on mathematics than would be used in PHYS 0110. This course is intended for non-science majors and for students from the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The mathematical level of this course will not be adequate for those students who plan to apply to Medical School.

## Physics and Society

This course introduces students to the physical ideas underlying the role of nuclear science in modern life.

## Analytical Geometry & Calculus 1

This is the first of a sequence of three basic calculus courses. It covers the derivative and integral of functions of one variable and their applications.

## Calculus for Business 1

This is the first half of a two course sequence (0125-0126). It will cover concepts such as limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. Maximization and minimization of functions will also be covered, with emphasis placed on applications in the social sciences, especially business and economics.

## Business Calculus

This course introduces the basic concepts of limits, continuity, differentiation, integration, maximization and minimization. Applications to the social sciences, especially business and economics, are stressed.

## GIS, GPS, and Computer Methods

The goals of this course are to gain expertise in spatial analysis and geographical information systems.