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2014-2015 General Catalog
University of Utah
   
 
    
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
2014-2015 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Physics and Astronomy

   •  PHYS 1010  - Elementary Physics: The Way Things Work
   •  PHYS 1050  - The Solar System
   •  PHYS 1060  - The Universe
   •  PHYS 1080  - Does Extraterrestrial Intelligence Exist?
   •  PHYS 1090  - Introduction to the Tools of Scientific Computing
   •  PHYS 1330  - Physics of Audio and Video (Analog to Digital)
   •  PHYS 1500  - Prep for College or University Physics
   •  PHYS 1809  - Elementary General Physics Laboratory
   •  PHYS 1905  - Einstein's Legacy: physics in the 20th century…and beyond
   •  PHYS 1970  - Undergraduate Seminar I
   •  PHYS 1980  - Undergraduate Seminar II
   •  PHYS 2010  - General Physics I
   •  PHYS 2015  - General Physics Laboratory I
   •  PHYS 2020  - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 2025  - General Physics Laboratory II
   •  PHYS 2060  - Popular Observational Astronomy
   •  PHYS 2110  - General Physics with Calculus I
   •  PHYS 2120  - General Physics with Calculus II
   •  PHYS 2210  - Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
   •  PHYS 2215  - Physics Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers I
   •  PHYS 2220  - Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
   •  PHYS 2225  - Physics Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers II
   •  PHYS 2500  - Foundations of Astronomy
   •  PHYS 2790  - Science on Stage
   •  PHYS 3030  - Discovering Complex Systems
   •  PHYS 3060  - Intro to Astrophysics
   •  PHYS 3110  - Physics of the Human Body
   •  PHYS 3111  - Physics of the Body II
   •  PHYS 3150  - Energy and Sustainability: A Global Perspective
   •  PHYS 3160  - Renewable Energy in Costa Rica
   •  PHYS 3210  - Physics for Scientists I (Honors)
   •  PHYS 3220  - Physics for Scientists II (Honors)
   •  PHYS 3330  - Digital Audio and Video
   •  PHYS 3375  - Women in Physics and Their Scientific Contributions
   •  PHYS 3410  - Modern Optics I & II
   •  PHYS 3411  - Modern Optics I
   •  PHYS 3610  - Electronics for Scientific Instrumentation
   •  PHYS 3620  - Data Acquisition for Scientific Instrumentation
   •  PHYS 3680  - Scientific Writing & Speaking
   •  PHYS 3719  - Undergraduate Laboratory
   •  PHYS 3729  - Physics Undergraduate Laboratory (Honors)
   •  PHYS 3730  - Introduction to Computing in Physics
   •  PHYS 3740  - Introduction to Quantum Theory and Relativity
   •  PHYS 3760  - Principles of Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
   •  PHYS 3949  - Special Laboratory Topics in Physics
   •  PHYS 3970  - Special Reading Topics in Physics
   •  PHYS 4060  - Observational Astronomy for Scientists
   •  PHYS 4080  - Introduction to Cosmology
   •  PHYS 4210  - Optics in Biology
   •  PHYS 4230  - Properties and Functions of Processive Molecular Motors
   •  PHYS 4310  - Physics in Biology
   •  PHYS 4410  - Classical Physics I (Honors)
   •  PHYS 4420  - Classical Physics II (Honors)
   •  PHYS 4800  - Undergraduate Research (Honors)
   •  PHYS 4910  - Technical Communication & Scientific Judgement (Honors)
   •  PHYS 4999  - Senior Honors Project
   •  PHYS 5010  - Theoretical Classical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 5015  - Observational Methods and Data Analysis
   •  PHYS 5020  - Theoretical Electricity and Magnetism and Statistical Physics
   •  PHYS 5070  - Physics Teaching Methods
   •  PHYS 5110  - Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics
   •  PHYS 5150  - Energy & sustainability-A Global Perspective
   •  PHYS 5285  - Biological Microscopy Laboratory
   •  PHYS 5410  - Physics Core of Modern Technology and Life Science
   •  PHYS 5450  - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (Honors)
   •  PHYS 5460  - Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics (Honors)
   •  PHYS 5470  - Introduction to Atomic Physics
   •  PHYS 5510  - Solid-State Physics I (Honors)
   •  PHYS 5520  - Solid-State Physics II (Honors)
   •  PHYS 5530  - Introduction to Disordered Solids (Honors)
   •  PHYS 5560  - Stars & Stellar Populations
   •  PHYS 5570  - Galaxies
   •  PHYS 5580  - Cosmology
   •  PHYS 5590  - Stellar Astrophysics and Compact Objects (Honors)
   •  PHYS 5719  - Fundamental Lab Techniques
   •  PHYS 5739  - Scanning Electron Microscopy
   •  PHYS 5810  - Nanoscience: Where Biology, Chemistry and Physics Intersect
   •  PHYS 6110  - Theoretical Mechanics
   •  PHYS 6210  - Optics in Biology
   •  PHYS 6211  - Optics in Biology
   •  PHYS 6230  - Properties and Functions of Processive Molecular Motors
   •  PHYS 6231  - Biology of Processive Molecular Motors
   •  PHYS 6310  - Physics in Biology
   •  PHYS 6510  - Physics of Semiconductors I
   •  PHYS 6520  - Physics of Semiconductors II
   •  PHYS 6610  - Electronics for Scientific Instrumentation
   •  PHYS 6620  - Data Acquisition for Scientific Instrumentation
   •  PHYS 6710  - Technical Communication and Scientific Judgment
   •  PHYS 6719  - Graduate Laboratory
   •  PHYS 6720  - Introduction to Computing in Physics
   •  PHYS 6730  - Computational Physics 2
   •  PHYS 6750  - Applied Modern Optics I & II
   •  PHYS 6751  - Modern Optics I
   •  PHYS 6770  - Optical Measurement Techniques and Instrumentation
   •  PHYS 6771  - Ionizing Radiation
   •  PHYS 6775  - Optical Measurement Techniques and Instrumentation Laboratory
   •  PHYS 6800  - Physics Colloquium (M.S.)
   •  PHYS 6810  - Graduate Seminar: Master's
   •  PHYS 6849  - Physics Masters Project
   •  PHYS 6859  - Instrumentation Project
 

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