Course Descriptions: Physics
CPP 101-102 General
This course, designed for the non-Physics
major, covers relativity and nuclear, atomic, and molecular structure,
classical mechanics, heat, electricity, magnetism, and light. The approach
is generally quantitative, but does not require calculus. Laboratory experiments
illustrate and test the fundamental laws and the reliability of results.
(Lecture and Laboratory course.)
Prerequisite MAT 120. 4 credits
CPP 201 Introduction to Modern
This course is a continuation of
topics covered in CPP 101-102, with emphasis on material relevant to the
biological and medical sciences. The topics include, fluids and materials
mechanics, thermodynamics, basic electronics introduction to mediation
phenomena, and nuclear physics.
Prerequisites: CPP 101-102; MAT
120 3 credits.
CPP 481-482 Independent Study
Credits by arrangement.