This is the second in a rigorous, calculus-based physics course for the professional or engineering major. The study of the concepts of physics including the fundamental principles and theories of electricity, magnetism, light, and optical theory.

Prerequisites

Credit for MATH 242 (formerly MATH 206) or higher or equivalent and a grade of āCā or better in PHYS 170 or consent of instructor

Corequisites

PHYS 272L.

Course Outcomes

- Demonstrate a solid conceptual understanding of electricity, magnetism, light, and optical theory.
- Solve applicable problems using calculus and vector analysis.
- Apply the laws of physics to computational problems in electricity, magnetism, and wave phenomena.