Undergraduate Credit
Course Code: PHYS000 
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Title: National Student Exchange 
Description:  
Course Code: PHYS100 
Credits:
Title: Introduction to Physics and Engineering 
Description: The course will introduce the physics and engineering disciplines and develop the student's abilities in problem solving, experimental design and technical writing through individual and group activities. Career fields and pathways in physics and engineering will also be explored. 
Course Code: PHYS102 
Credits:
Title: Physical Science 
Description: Concepts of the physical sciences are presented as related to our physical environment. A nonmathematical overview of the physical sciences for students who have little or no previous physical science. 
Course Code: PHYS103 
Credits:
Title: Physical Science Laboratory 
Description: The process of science is investigated including observation, data collection, predicting, and formulating hypotheses by selecting activities from the broad physical science areas of chemistry, geology, meterology, astronomy, and physics. This laboratory meets two contact hours per week. 
Course Code: PHYS104 
Credits:
Title: Conceptual Physics 
Description: A brief introduction to physics with the idea of conveying physics as a human activity. Concepts of physics, as well as their historical and philosophical implications, are stressed rather than mathematical concepts. 
Course Code: PHYS111 
Credits:
Title: Physics I 
Description: An introduction to forces, motion, matter, and energy with special emphasis to life sciences. Designed for pre-professional students, lifescience majors, the general liberal arts student and prospective teachers. 
Requisite #1 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #1: MATH110 
Requisite #2 Type: Lab Co-Requisite 
Course Code: PHYS111L 
Credits:
Title: Physics I Laboratory 
Description:  
Requisite #1 Type: Non-Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS111 
Course Code: PHYS112 
Credits:
Title: Physics II 
Description: A continuation of introductory physics covering wave motion (includes light and sound), electricity and magnetism, and modern physics again stressing applications to the life sciences in each of those areas. 
Requisite #1 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS111 
Requisite #2 Type: Lab Co-Requisite 
Course Code: PHYS112L 
Credits:
Title: Physics II Laboratory 
Description:  
Requisite #1 Type: Non-Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS112 
Course Code: PHYS118 
Credits:
Title: Private Pilot Ground School 
Description: Ground instruction in aeronautical knowledge appropriate to the private pilot written examination (FAR 61.103, 61.105 and 61.35). A passing score on the FAA written exam is required for credit. Special fees: lab fees. Requisites: permission only. 
Requisite #1 Type: Permission Required 
Requisite #1: PERM 
Course Code: PHYS119 
Credits:
Title: Private Pilot Flight Training 
Description: Flight instruction covering procedure and maneuvers as stated in FAR 61.107 and 91.109. A pass on a flight proficiency check ride required for credit. Extra costs involved. Special fees: lab fees. Requisites: permission only. 
Requisite #1 Type: Permission Required 
Requisite #1: PERM 
Course Code: PHYS204 
Credits:
Title: Basic Physics 
Description: An introduction to the basic concepts of physics and a study of x-rays and radioactivity. 
Requisite #1 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #1: MATH110 
Course Code: PHYS208 
Credits:
Title: Elementary Meteorology 
Description: A study of weather phenomena, general climatology, meteorological controls, and the techniques and problems of weather forecasting. 
Course Code: PHYS211 
Credits:
Title: Engineering Physics I 
Description: A calculus-based study of mechanics, wave motion and thermodynamics for majors in science and engineering. 
Requisite #1 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #1: MATH234 
Requisite #2 Type: Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #2: PHYS211L 
Course Code: PHYS211L 
Credits:
Title: Engineering Physics I Laboratory 
Description:  
Requisite #1 Type: Non-Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS211 
Course Code: PHYS212 
Credits:
Title: Engineering Physics II 
Description: A calculus-based study of electricity, magnetism, and optics. 
Requisite #1 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS211 
Requisite #2 Type: Lab Co-Requisite 
Course Code: PHYS212L 
Credits:
Title: Engineering Physics II Labratory 
Description:  
Requisite #1 Type: Non-Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS212 
Course Code: PHYS213 
Credits:
Title: Scientific Computing and Productivity 
Description: An introduction to the Linux operating system and its use in many fields of science. Several tools used for creating plots, analyzing data, writing scientific papers, and running simulations are covered. 
Requisite #1 Type: Permission Required 
Requisite #1: PERM 
Course Code: PHYS218 
Credits:
Title: Commercial Pilot Ground School 
Description: Ground instruction in aeronautical knowledge appropriate to the commercial pilot written exam (FAR 61.125). A passing score on the FAA written exam is required for credit. Special fees: lab fees. Requisites: permission only. 
Requisite #1 Type: Permission Required 
Requisite #1: PERM 
Course Code: PHYS219 
Credits:
Title: Commercial Pilot Flight Training 
Description: Flight instruction covering proficiencies stated in FAR 61.127 and 61.129. Pass on flight proficiency check ride required. Extra costs involved. Special fees: lab fees. Requisites: Permission only. 
Requisite #1 Type: Permission Required 
Requisite #1: PERM 
Course Code: PHYS221 
Credits:
Title: Statics 
Description: Coplanar forces, friction, force analysis of simple structures, and machine elements (cross referenced with MATH 221). 
Requisite #1 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS211 
Course Code: PHYS230 
Credits:
Title: Telecommunication Electronics 
Description: The course will involve fundamental principles of telecommunication systems and information networks for non-science majors interested in telecommunication system components and circuits, computing systems, and information networks. 
Requisite #1 Type: Permission Required 
Requisite #1: PERM 
Requisite #2 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #3 Type: Pre-Requisite 
Requisite #3: MATH110 
Course Code: PHYS231 
Credits:
Title: Electronic Components and Transducers 
Description: The student is introduced to the principles of electronics and of the components used in modern electronic instrumentation, including transducers of temperature, light, sound, force and displacement. 
Requisite #1 Type: Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS231L 
Course Code: PHYS231L 
Credits:
Title: Electronic Components and Transducers Laboratory 
Description:  
Requisite #1 Type: Non-Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS231 
Course Code: PHYS233 
Credits:
Title: Instrumentation 
Description: This course which is the third course in a sequence will provide the student with a working knowledge of complete instrumentation systems. 
Requisite #1 Type: Lab Co-Requisite 
Requisite #1: PHYS233L 
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