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  • PY-101

    Intro.Physics Health Sciences

    This course is an algebra-based introduction to the topics and fundamental concepts of physics that are applicable in the various allied health professions. It covers selected topics such as forces and motion, energy, waves, sound, electricity and magnetism, the electromagnetic spectrum, optics, and a basic introduction to nuclear and radiation physics. This course is not applicable toward natural science majors that have specific physics requirements or recommendations at a more advanced level, nor does it prepare students for admission to professional programs in schools of medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, or pharmacy. Prerequisite: QR 101
  • PY-213

    General Physics/Lab

    This course is a calculus-based introduction to the study of motion, Newtonian mechanics, work, energy, oscillation, waves, electromagnetic forces and fields, and an introduction to modern physics is presented with a laboratory. Co-requisite for PY 213: MA 106. Prerequisites for PY 214: PY 213 and MA 106
  • PY-214

    General Physics/Lab

    This course is a calculus-based introduction to the study of motion, Newtonian mechanics, work, energy, oscillation, waves, electromagnetic forces and fields, and an introduction to modern physics is presented with a laboratory. Co-requisite for PY 213: MA 106. Prerequisites for PY 214: PY 213 and MA 106
  • PY-301

    Radiation Physics

    This course provides a basic understanding of radiation physics, including atomic structure, radioactive decay and activity, uses of radioactivity, the interaction of radiation with matter and radiation detection and measurement. This course will also cover mathematical and scientific concepts necessary in the understanding of radiation physics. Prerequisites: PY101 and MA210.