Dec 01, 2020
PHY 224 - Electricity and Light
A continuation of PHY 223 : part of a two-course calculus-based sequence in university-level physics. Topics include electrostatics, fields, potentials, current, magnetism, DC and AC circuits, and geometrical and physical optics. Students are introduced to electric and magnetic field calculations using a calculus-based approach.
Credit 5 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit
Course Rotation: Fall and Winter
Prerequisites - PHY 223 and MATH 121
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing
Upon completion of an equivalent lecture and laboratory course with a “C” or higher, a student is awarded transfer credit for PHY 221 , PHY 222 , PHY 223 , and PHY 224 . Both the equivalent lecture and laboratory course or courses must be completed to earn credit. No exceptions are made.
Updates: Change to description 5/2016, effective Fall 2016; Course Rotation updated 8/2014
Winter 2021 Course Sections
Fall 2020 Course Sections
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