Studies human development from conception through the lifes­pan. Physical, emotional, social, cognitive and moral aspects are studied in the classroom, by lecture, file/video, projects, and observation and by reading the Read More »

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Continuation of PHY 212. Thermodynamics and electricity and magnetism are covered in this course. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisites: PHY 212 – Classical Physics I

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Demonstrations, lectures recitations and laboratory work begin­ning a two-semester sequence covering the subject. Mechanics is primarily covered in the first semester. Recommended for those planning to major in engineering, physics, Read More »

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Continuation of PHY 162. Thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism are covered in this semester. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisites: PHY 162 – College Physics I

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Demonstrations, lectures, recitations and laboratory work begin­ning a two semester sequence covering the subject. Mechanics is primarily covered during the first semester. Recommended for pre-medical, dental, pharmacy and for liberal Read More »

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