APBI – Applied Biology ATSC - Atmospheric Science ARST - Archival Studies ASTR - Astronomy AUDI - Audiology & Speech Sciences BIOL - Biology CENS - Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies CIVL - Civil Engineering CLST - Classical Studies DENT - Dentistry DHYG - Dental Hygiene ENGL - English EOSC - Earth & Ocean Sciences ETEC - Educational Technology FIST - Film Studies FMST - Family Studies FNH - Food, Nutrition & Health FOPR - Forest Operations FREN - French FRST - Forestry GEOG - Geography GRSJ - Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice HIST - History IHHS - Interprofessional Health and Human Service JAPN - Japanese LAW - Peter A Allard School of Law LFS - Land and Food Systems LIBR - Library, Archival & Information Studies MUSC - Music PATH - Pathology PHIL - Philosophy PHYS - Physics PSYC - Psychology RELG - Religious Studies SOWK - Social Work SURG - Surgery WRIT - Writing Centre
*Please note that the course end date does not include the examination period
PHYS – Physics
An introduction to fundamental concepts such as force, energy, momentum, and the use of graphs and vectors in physics; geometrical optics; electricity; laboratory exercises to familiarize the student with both the phenomena and the basic laboratory instruments commonly used to measure them. Students with credit for Physics 12 may not obtain credit for this course unless they took AP, IB, or A-level Physics and were offered advanced credit for PHYS 100.
This course is not offered in 2017W.
The fundamental physics behind global issues of energy use and climate change. Not to be used to satisfy an upper-level specialization requirement in any Physics and Astronomy major or honours specialization, but may be used as an upper-level science elective.
|STATUS||SECTIONS||CREDITS||START DATE||END DATE||INSTRUCTOR|
|99A||3||Sep 05, 2017||Dec 01, 2017||CHARBONNEAU, ARTHUR|