PHYS 2503H: Honors Physics III

4 CreditsHonors

The third semester of a calculus-based introductory physics sequence. Topics include: relativistic kinematics and dynamics, mechanical and electromagnetic waves, light, interference, diffraction, wave-particle duality, and topics in modern physics. Course emphasizes the use of fundamental problems to solve quantitative problems. Intended primarily for those who have completed 1401V/1402V, although those students with outstanding performance in 1301W/1302W may be granted permission to enroll. prereq: Honors program or with permission, PHYS 1402V or equivalent prereq: 1402V or 1502V, honors student or permission of University Honors Program or instr consent

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B+ Average (3.416)Most Common: A (33%)

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    Effort
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