375 ELECTRONICS FOR SCIENTISTS 3 PHY 109 or 111 req Lecture and lab DC and AC

375 electronics for scientists 3 phy 109 or 111 req

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375 ELECTRONICS FOR SCIENTISTS 3 PHY 109 or 111 req. Lecture and lab DC and AC circuit analysis with an introduction to the electrical properties of semiconductors; theoretical and experimental analysis of semiconductor diode, transistor, and operational amplifier circuits. 380 TOPICS IN CONTEMPORARY PHYSICS 1-3 Sr standing only. Cons inst req. May be repeated. Recent developments in the fields of atomic, biomolecular, elementary particle, many-body, molecular, nonlinear, nuclear, plasma, and solid-state physics. 384 QUANTUM MECHANICS II 3 S PHY 284 and MAT 340 req. Operator formalism, Dirac bra and ket notation, angular momentum, perturbation theory, applications to laser physics. 387 METHODS OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 3 PHY 240 and MAT 340 or conc reg req. Finite- and infinite-dimensional vector spaces, matrices and determinants, Fourier analysis, complex analysis, differential equations. Emphasis on physical applications. 388 ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS 3 F PHY 220, 240, 284, and 318 or cons inst req. Application of computational methods to contemporary top- ics in physics, including nonlinear classical and quantum dynamics or physical problems that involve many degrees of freedom. 390 COMPUTATIONAL RESEARCH IN PHYSICS 1-2 S PHY 388 req. Independent computational project in physics. POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT (POL) 460 401 Schroeder Hall, (309) 438-8638 Web address: Chairperson : Jamal Nassar. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Distinguished Professor: Payne. Professors: Bradley, Crothers, Leatherman, Lind, Nassar, Ste- ger, Wang. Associate Professors: Kiser, Klass, Parodi, Pope, Riaz . Assistant Professors : Cox, Shapiro, Tamas, Webber, Weiden. General Department Information The Department of Politics and Government provides students with a program that offers a broad liberal education and at the same time provides opportunities to begin a spe- cialized concentration in one area of the discipline such as public service or global studies. The study of political sci- ence leads into careers in law and paralegal services; local, state, and federal governments and not-for-profit agencies; international public and private organizations; teaching and research; and in the private sector-especially government- related activities of business. Career information, including career-related courses offered by other departments, is avail- able from the Department’s undergraduate, concentration, and pre-law advisors. Teacher Education students majoring in Political Science fulfill Professional Education require- ments through the Social Sciences program. MAJOR IN SOCIAL SCIENCES EDUCATION The major in Social Sciences Education is administered by the Department of History in cooperation with the Departments of Economics; Politics and Government; and Sociology-Anthropology. For further information see Social Sciences Programs.
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