- PHY 101 - Conceptual Physics
- Introduces nonscience majors to applications of physics in life. Emphasises conceptual understanding of basic prin- ciples in classical and modern physics. Recommended for science students with no high school physics. (PR: MTH 120, 121 or MTH 123).

*3 hours* - PS 101 - Introductory Astronomy (CT)
- A survey of the past, present, and future of the Universe, from our solar system, to the nearby stars, our Milky Way galaxy and far beyond.

*4 hours* - PHY 101L - Conceptual Physics Lab
- Conceptual Physics Laboratory. A laboratory course designed to include the principles and applications of physics that are introduced in Physics 101. (CR: PHY 101) 2 lab.

*1 hour* - PS 120 - PS for Teachers: Planets
- A conceptual study of the Earth's relation to the other members of the solar system and its place in the Universe. (Part of a 3 course sequence for K-9 education majors).

*3 hours* - PS 121 - PS for Teachers: Chemistry
- PS 121 is a part of a 3 course sequence of Physical Science for K-9 Education majors. Includes 2-hr, 1 credit lab.

*3 hours* - PHY 201 - General Physics
- A course in general physics for all science majors with the exception of physics and engineering majors. 3 lec.

*3 hours* - PHY 202 - General Physics Lab
- Required of all students taking Physics 201-203, unless exempt by special permission. 2 lab.

*1 hour* - PHY 203 - General Physics
- A course in general physics for all science majors with the exception of physics and engineering majors. 3 lec.

*3 hours* - PHY 204 - General Physics Lab
- Required of all students taking Physics 201-203, unless exempt by special permission. 2 lab.

*1 hour* - PHY 211 - Principles of Physics
- A course in the basic principles of physics for physics, mathematics, and engineering majors. 4 lec.

*4 hours* - PHY 213 - Principles of Physics
- A course in the basic principles of physics for physics, mathematics, and engineering majors. 4 lec.

*4 hours* - PS 410 - Remote Sensing w Applications
- A study of the physical systems for collecting remotely sensed data. Statistical/spatial analysis and modeling using image processing/geographic information/spatial analysis computer software systems with earth resource applications. (PR: PHY 203 and PHY 204)

*4 hours* - PHY 442 - Quantum Mechanics
- A study of waves and particles, the Schroedinger and Heisenberg formulations, particles in potential fields, scattering and perturbation theories, and application to atomic and nuclear structure. 3 lec.

*3 hours* - PHY 491 - Capstone
- To give a capstone expeience to physics majors in their junior or senior years by applying the principles of physics to the solution of real life problems. (PR: CSD 203, or 218 and lab).

*1 to 2 hours* - PS 510 - Remote Sensing w Applications
- A study of the physical systems for collecting remotely sensed data. Statistical/spatial analysis and modeling using image processing/geographic information/spatial analysis computer software systems with earth resource applications.

*4 hours* - PHY 542 - Quantum Mechanics
- Mathematical formalism of quantum mechanics, particles in potential fields, perturbation theory and other approxima- tion methods, scattering, applications to simple systems. 3 lec.

*3 hours* - PS 660 - Independent Studies
- Advanced independent study topics to provide additional individual research and classroom/laboratory opportunities.

*1 to 4 hours* - PS 681 - Thesis Research
- Credit earned by pursuing directed original research in a physical science area. A grade of PR may be reported at the close of each semester.

*1 to 6 hours*

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