Designed to meet the requirements of engineering students and physics majors. Emphasizes how to relate physical principles to mathematical techniques in problem solving. Covers electromagnetism, including the study of fields, circuits, and optical systems. Four hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory activities per week. NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in MATH-280 is recommended.
- Category 6.1: Natural Sciences
- Category 6.2: Natural Sciences with Laboratory Experience
- Natural Sciences
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
A student may receive credit for PHYS-232 by earning either:
- A score of 4 or higher on AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Exam.
- A score of 6 or higher on the International Baccalaureate-Higher Level (IB-HL) Physics Exam.