On the surface, physics is simply the study of nature's laws. A basic science, it deals with the interaction between matter and energy. However, research in physics has had tremendous impact on a variety of other fields including engineering, chemistry and ecology.
Today, research findings in this discipline contribute significantly to the advancement of technology and medicine. Students who hold a degree in physics can pursue careers in industrial science, astronomy, meteorology, marine sciences, biophysics, geophysics, or the health science. The study of physics can also serve as the groundwork for careers in medicine, law, and business.
PHYS 109 Physics and the Arts
PHYS 110 Physics in Everyday Life
PHYS 111 College Physics A
PHYS 111C Physics for Life Sciences I Calculus Supplement
PHYS 112 College Physics B
PHYS 112C Physics for Life Sciences II Calculus Supplement
PHYS 201 Physics A: Mechanics
PHYS 202 Physics B: Thermodynamics and Electromagnetism
PHYS 203 Physics C: Waves, Optics and Modern Physics
PHYS 220A Introduction to Independent Research in Physics
PHYS 225 Team-based Research in Physics I
PHYS 226 Team-based Research in Physics II
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