Course Listings for Physics 

PHYS& 110  Physics For NonScience Majors 
Physics For NonScience Majors (formerly PHYS& 100) A survey course for nonscience majors that develops an awareness and appreciation of the physical environment by looking at everyday experiences and relating them to the principles and laws in physics. Lab included. 
PHYS 111  PREPARATION FOR GENERAL PHYSICS 
PREPARATION FOR GENERAL PHYSICS An introductory course to prepare students for General Physics including: scientific notation, unit conversions, solving linear, quadratic, systems of equations, exponential and logarithmic equations, solving inequalities, graphing, trigonometry, vectors, and error analysis. It can be used as a general transferable elective (GTE) credit for the AAS degree and as an option for the PHYS& 121 math prerequisite. 
PHYS& 114  General Physics I 
General Physics I (formerly PHYS& 121) The first quarter of a threequarter algebrabased sequence in physics. The course covers topics in mechanics, including kinematics of motion, force, work, energy, momentum, kinematics & dynamics of rotation, and static equilibrium. Lab included. 
PHYS& 115  General Physics II 
General Physics II (formerly PHYS& 122) The second quarter of a threequarter sequence in algebrabased physics dealing with the topics of properties of solids, fluid mechanics, heat, thermodynamics, vibrations, waves, sound and optics. Lab included. 
PHYS& 116  General Physics III 
General Physics III (formerly PHYS& 123) The third quarter of a threequarter sequence in algebrabased physics dealing with the topics of electric forces and fields, electric potential, capacitance, current, resistance, electrical power, direct current circuits, magnetism, electromagnetic induction, and alternating current circuits. Lab included. 
PHYS 120  DATA AND ERROR ANALYSIS IN THE SCIENCE LAB 
DATA AND ERROR ANALYSIS IN THE SCIENCE LAB Graphical and analytical techniques in data processing and error analysis for beginning students in science laboratories. Useful for students in any science dealing with exact methods of measurements such as chemistry, physics and geology. 
PHYS 139  PREPARATION FOR ENGINEERING PHYSICS 
PREPARATION FOR ENGINEERING PHYSICS Intended to prepare students for success in calculus based physics series. Covering graphical and analytical techniques in data processing and error analysis, vector algebra, and quantitative problem solving as it pertains to solving introductory physics topics. 
PHYS& 221  Engineering Physics I (formerly PHYS 121  CCN) 
Engineering Physics I (formerly PHYS 121  CCN) The first quarter of a threequarter sequence in calculusbased physics for science and engineering students. The course covers topics in mechanics, including kinematics of motion, force, work, energy, momentum, and kinematics & dynamics of rotation. Lab included. 
PHYS& 222  Engineering Physics II (formerly PHYS 122  CCN) 
Engineering Physics II (formerly PHYS 122  CCN) The second quarter of a threequarter sequence in calculusbased physics for science and engineering students dealing with the topics of equilibrium of rigid bodies, properties of solids, gravity, fluid mechanics, heat, thermodynamics, waves, sound and light. Lab included. 
PHYS& 223  Engineering Physics III (formerly PHYS 123 CCN) 
Engineering Physics III (formerly PHYS 123 CCN) The third quarter of a threequarter sequence in calculusbased physics for science and engineering students dealing with the topics of electric fields, Gaussâ€™s Law, electric potential, capacitance, current, resistance, direct current circuits, magnetic fields, electromagnetic induction, and alternating current circuits. Lab included. 