Physics
PHYS 1023 Undergraduate Research Methods
This is an introductory course describing research principles, methodology, and experimental design. Course emphasis will be on development of research skill sets, application of scientific knowledge, and the value of experimental research. (LAS)
Prerequisites: MATH1513,ENGL113
(3 credit hours, 32 lecture hours, 32 lab hours)

PHYS 1115 General Physics I [PH 120]
Algebra-based physics for students majoring in fields other than the physical sciences. Mechanics, fluids, oscillations, heat, and thermodynamics. (GE,LAS)
Prerequisites: MATH1513,MATH1613
(5 credit hours, 64 lecture hours, 32 lab hours)

PHYS 1215 General Physics II [PH 130]
Continuation of PHYS 1115, General Physics I. Waves, electricity and magnetism, optics, electronics, and atomic and particle physics. (GE,LAS)
Prerequisites: PHYS1115
(5 credit hours, 64 lecture hours, 32 lab hours)

PHYS 2115 Physics I for Physical Science Majors [PH 240]
Calculus-based physics for students majoring in the physical sciences or engineering. Mechanics, fluids, oscillations, heat, and thermodynamics. (GE,LAS)
Prerequisites: MATH2215
(5 credit hours, 64 lecture hours, 32 lab hours)

PHYS 2215 Physics II for Physical Science Majors [PH 250]
Continuation of PHYS 2115, Physics I for Physical Science Majors. Waves, electricity and magnetism, optics, electronics, and atomic and particle physics. (GE,LAS)
Prerequisites: PHYS2215
(5 credit hours, 64 lecture hours, 32 lab hours)