PHY2300 The Physics of How Things Work

Course Overview

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: PHYSICS

Course Description:

This course is an introductory physics course for non-science related majors. Objects and phenomena found in everyday life are utilized to motivate the understanding of basic physics concepts. Topics that will be discussed include motion, energy, electricity, optics and modern physics.

How This Course Benefits Students:

By learning physics, students learn to observe and interpret what’s happening and make prediction what will happen next. Students will learn this scientific process (observation, interpretation and prediction) as well as laws of physics that help them with interpretation and prediction.

Why This Course Is Important:

Non-sicence major students need to have scientific literacy to understand the scientific advances.