General principles of rigid body mechanics (kinematics, forces, laws of motion, energy, momentum, rotation), and fluid mechanics.
Vibrations and waves, electricity and magnetism, optics, relativity and modern physics.
Vibrations and waves, optics, relativity and modern physics (identical to PHYS222). Electricity and magnetism topics of particular relevance to electronic engineering technology.
An introductory course in rigid body mechanics and fluid mechanics using calculus with emphasis on practical applications. Intended primarily for students of engineering, physical science and mathematics.
Continuation of PHYS231. Introduction to thermal physics, electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves, and optics.
Special studies and/or research in physics for individuals or small seminar groups. Course content to be arranged with instructor and with approval of the school chair. This course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credits.