PHYS 2203 - Introductory Physics III: Modern Physics

Description
Prerequisite: 1215 or 2524 (or concurrent enrollment), or permission of instructor. An introduction to and overview of key concepts in contemporary physics, with emphasis on the contrast between classical and modern ways of thinking about the physical universe. Includes an introduction to selected major subject areas, which might include light and optics, relativity, atoms and molecules, the solid state, nuclei, elementary particles, fundamental interactions, cosmology and/or chaos. Students will also explore selected topics in current physics research. (F)
Credits
3
Attributes
Arts Science Course, Undergrad Lower Division Crse, Course meets Liberal Arts req, Norman Lower Div Crse, Undergrad Arts & Sci Course
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016
Offered
MWF, MWFTh
Avg. Class Size
51
Avg. Sections
1