The approximate number of clinical hours and type of activity associated with

The approximate number of clinical hours and type of

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The approximate number of clinical hours and type of activity associated with each course offering can be found with the appropriate course description. The following legend relates to the type and kind of activity related to a specific course. Clinical Experiences Legend 1. Observation 2. Tutoring one-on-one contact 3. Non-instruction assisting 4. Instructional aiding a group 5. Micro teaching 6. Simulation lab exercises 7. Work with clinic client 8. Graduate practicum 9. Professional meeting 10. Other Physics Courses 102 ATOMS TO GALAXIES IC-NS 3 F,S Not for cr maj/min or if had PHY 105, 108, or 110. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Lecture and lab. Concepts, history, and methodology of physical ideas such as motion, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, quanta, and relativity with interrelationships and applications. 105 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS IC-NSA 4 F,S Not for cr if had PHY 108, 110 or equiv. Lecture and lab. Intended for students not maj or min in the physi- cal sciences. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Concepts and principles of mechanics, heat, wave motion, electricity, magnetism, and light. Applications to everyday life. 107 FRONTIERS OF PHYSICS 2 F Designed for students in all physics sequences. Materi- als charge optional. CR/NC only. An introduction to selected contemporary topics in pure and applied physics. Orientation to physics and allied fields such as engineering as discipline and profession. 108 COLLEGE PHYSICS I IC-NSA 5 F,S 2 years of high school algebra or equiv req. Not for cr if had PHY 110 or equiv. Lecture and lab. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Basic principles of mechanics, wave motion, sound and heat, developed with algebra. Includes diverse scientific and tech- nological applications. 109 COLLEGE PHYSICS II 5 F,S PHY 108 or 110 req. Not for cr if had PHY 111 or equiv. Lecture and lab. Continuation of PHY 108. Electrostatics, electrical currents, magnetism, light and optical instruments, quantum, atomic, and nuclear physics, special relativity. 110 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING I IC-NSA 4 F,S MAT 145 or conc reg req. Lecture and lab. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Not for cr if had PHY 108 or equiv. Materials charge optional. Basic principles of mechanics, wave motion, and sound, developed with calculus. Includes diverse scientific and technological applications. 111 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING II 4 F,S PHY 110; MAT 146 or conc reg req. Not for cr if had PHY 109 or equiv. Lecture and recitation. Lab (every other week). Continuation of PHY 110. Materials charge optional. Thermodynamics, electrostatics, electrical currents and cir- cuits, magnetism, Faraday’s Law. 112 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING III 4 F,S PHY 111; MAT 147 or conc reg req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Electromagnetic waves, optics, relativity, quantum theory, atomic and nuclear physics. Lectures, demonstrations, dis- cussions, laboratory exercises, computer lab.
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  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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