2010-2011 University Catalog 
    
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PHYS 115 - Apples and Anti-Apples: Physics for the Non-Scientist


FDR: SC
Credits: 3
Planned Offering: Offered when interest Is expressed and departmental resources permit.

A conceptual overview of the fundamental ideas of modern physics. This non-laboratory course presents the essential concepts and philosophical and ethical aspects of the most important developments in modern physics, such as quantum mechanics, relativity, particle physics and statistical physics. Discusses the impact of these concepts on our continuous efforts to understand the universe. Algebra and geometry are used, but no calculus.I. Mazilu.





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