The fundamental principles of heat, thermodynamics, atomic structure, relativity, quantum mechanics, superconductivity, particle physics and cosmology are covered in this course. The mathematical framework of differential and integral calculus are used in analysis of problems. This is the final course in the engineering physics sequence and thus brings the different areas of physics together. UC transfer credit granted for either the PHYS 1105 and 1110 series or the PHYS 2105, 2110, and 2115 series. (AA, CSU, UC) (C-ID: PHYS 215) Prerequisite: MATH 1400 and MATH 1500 Advisory: PHYS 2110.
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