PHY-100: Conceptual Physics

The fundamental ideas of physics, a minimum of mathematics. Selected phenomena of everyday existence (motion, sound, electricity). Physics beyond the range our senses, the realm of atoms and nuclei (quantum physics), the universe (cosmology), high speed phenomena (relativity).
For non-science majors.

Level: 
Undergraduate
Credits: 
4
Prerequisites: 
Basic Math Skills (RI) proficiency, or equivalent.
Corequisites: 
none
Semester(s) offered: 
Both
GenEd: PS

Course Schedules

Semester Sec Instructor Times / Rm
Spring 2007
1
David Kawall
MW 4:40-5:55
HAS 134
Fall 2006
1
Heath Hatch
MW 3:35-4:50
HAS 134
Spring 2006
1
David Kawall
MW 4:40-5:55
HAS 134
Fall 2005
1
Michael Kreisler
MW 4:40-5:55
Hasbrouck 134
Spring 2005
MW 4:40-5:55
Has 134
Fall 2004 Michael Kreisler
MW 4:40-5:55 PM
Has 126
Spring 2004
1
MW 4:40-5:55
Has 134
Spring 2004
2
William Gerace
M 4:40-6:45
LGRT 1033
Fall 2003
MW 4:40-5:55
Hasa 126
Spring 2003
1
Robert Hallock
MW 4:40
Has 134