Physics

  • MET PY 105: Elementary Physics (N)
    Assumes a knowledge of algebra and trigonometry. Satisfies premedical requirements. Principles of classical and modern physics: mechanics, heat, light, electricity and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics. Fundamental concepts of energy; conservation laws, energy sources, and transformations. Lectures, discussions, and laboratory.
  • MET PY 106: Elementary Physics (N)
    Assumes a knowledge of algebra and trigonometry. Satisfies premedical requirements. Principles of classical and modern physics: mechanics, heat, light, electricity and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics. Fundamental concepts of energy; conservation laws, energy sources, and transformations. Lectures, discussions, and laboratory.
  • MET PY 211: General Physics (N)
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: MET MA 124 or MET MA 123; MET MA 124, or MA 123 with consent of instructor. For premedical students desiring a more analytical course than MET PY 105, PY 106, and for science concentrators who require a one-year physics course.
    For premedical students desiring a more analytical course than MET PY 105, PY 106, and for science concentrators who require a one-year physics course. Basic principles of physics, emphasizing topics from mechanics, thermal physics, electricity and magnetism, and optics. Lectures, discussions, and laboratory.
  • MET PY 212: General Physics (N)
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: MET MA 124 or MET MA 123; MET MA 124, or MA 123 with consent of instructor. For premedical students desiring a more analytical course than MET PY 105, PY 106, and for science concentrators who require a one-year physics course.
    For premedical students desiring a more analytical course than MET PY 105, PY 106, and for science concentrators who require a one-year physics course. Basic principles of physics, emphasizing topics from mechanics, thermal physics, electricity and magnetism, and optics. Lectures, discussions, and laboratory.