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PHYS 6320: Classical and Modern Physics II

A comprehensive study of physics using some calculus and emphasizing concepts, problem solving, and pedagogy. This course series is intended for in-service science teachers, particularly middle school physical science and high school physics teachers. This course can be used for crossover teachers who wish to obtain endorsement or certification to teach high school physics. This is a required course for the M.A.P.E. degree. This course is typically taught for 4 weeks in the summer with a daily two-hour lecture and two-hour problem session. Problem sets continue for three months into the next semester. Coulomb's law, Gauss's law, electrostatics, electric fields, capacitance, inductance, circuits, magnetism, and electromagnetic waves. . Prerequisite: Undergraduate degree and instructor permission.
Section # Meeting Days Meeting Time Meeting Place Instructor Section Web Site
6320-1 M 1:00 - 1:01 WEB-BASED COURSE Thornton, Stephen (Lecturer)

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