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Course Catalog: Physics

PH 1103 3.0
Intro Physics Lec
A study of mechanics, heat, electricity, and physical properties of matter. A non-calculus course which features problem-solving and laboratory work. HOT, LPS, (VAL prior to 12FA)
Prerequisite: MT 1083, minimum grade C Corequisite: PH 1112

PH 1112 2.0
Intro Physics Lab
A science laboratory course that illustrates and reinforces lecture topics through exercises. MAI, LPS
Prerequisite: MT 1083, minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1103

PH 1125 5.0
Survey of Physical Science Lec & Lab
A survey of physical sciences, designed for the non-science major. Students will learn abou the scientific method of discovery and its application to the fields of geology, astronomy, chemistry, meteorology, and the environment and physics. The science laboratory will illustrate and reinforce lecture topics through exercises. Three hours of lecture and minimum of four hours laboratory per week. HOT, LPS, MAI
Prerequisite: MT 1303 or MT 1083; minimum grade C or appropriate placement score into MT 1403. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000

PH 1703 3.0
College Physics I Lec
A study of mechanics, properties of matter, and thermodynamics. Not recommended for math, physical science, or engineering students. HOT, LPS, (VAL prior to 12FA)
Prerequisite: MT 1505, minimum grade C Corequisite: PH 1712

PH 1712 2.0
College Physics I Lab
A science laboratory course in the study of mechanics, properties of matter, and thermodynamics. Not recommended for math, physical science, or engineering students. MAI, LPS
Prerequisite: MT 1505, minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1703

PH 1803 3.0
College Physics II Lec
A continuation of PH 1703 and 1712, including a study of electricity, magnetism, light, and atomic physics. Not recommended for math, physical science, or engineering students.
Prerequisite: PH 1703 and PH 1712; minimum grade C Corequisite: PH 1812

PH 1812 2.0
College Physics II Lab
A science laboratory course continuation of PH 1703 and 1712, including a study of electricity, magnetism, light, and atomic physics. Not recommended for math, physical science, or engineering students.
Prerequisite: PH 1703 and PH 1712; minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1803

PH 2000 0.0
General Physics I Recitation
A problem solving session to develop the student's ability to solve physics problems successfully. Corequisite: PH 2103

PH 2103 3.0
Gen Physics I Lec
A study of the mechanics of solids, liquids, and gases; and of heat and sound. A course intended for the student who plans to major in mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. HOT, LPS, (VAL prior to 12/FA)
Prerequisite: MT 1605; minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: MT 2105 Corequisite: PH 2112 and PH 2000

PH 2112 2.0
Gen Physics I Lab
A science laboratory course on the mechanics of solids, liquids, and gases; and of heat and sound. A course intended for the student who plans to major in mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. MAI, LPS
Prerequisite: MT 1605, minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: MT 2105 and SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 2103

PH 2200 0.0
General Physics II Recitation
A problem solving session to develop the student's ability to solve physics problems successfully. Corequisite:PH*2203

PH 2203 3.0
Gen Phys II Lec
A study of electricity, magnetism, and light.
Prerequisite: PH 2103 & PH 2112, minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: MT 2205 Corequisite: PH 2212 and PH 2200

PH 2212 2.0
Gen Physics II Lab
A science laboratory course on the study of electricity, magnetism, and light.
Prerequisite: PH 2103 and PH 2112, minimum grade C Pre/Corequisite: MT*2205; minimum grade C and SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 2203

PH 2701-2705 1.0-5.0
I.S.-Physics
A specialized program of study directly related to the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor

PH 2711-2715 1.0-5.0
Spec Topics-Physics
Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently contained in the curriculum at ECC.
Prerequisite: None

 
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