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PHY 109 Digital Electronics Systems

Prerequisite: An introductory computer course.

Course Description: An introduction to the logical principles and devices that make modern computers and other electronic systems possible. The course will cover switching devices, switching algebra, logic design, minimization techniques, reliability design, synchronous sequential circuits, and sequential machines. Laboratory exercises will supplement lecture material.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

4 credits

PHY 111 General Physics I

This course fulfills the Lab Sciences requirement in the Core.

Course Description: Basic calculus-level course in physics treating mechanics and thermodynamics. Laboratory illustrates the physical principles discussed. There will be a mandatory recitation hour to accompany the three-hour lecture.

Course Rotation: NYC and PLV: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

4 credits

Prerequisites

MAT 131 Minimum Grade of D

PHY 111A General Physics I (Lecture)

Co or Prerequisite: MAT 131.

Prerequisite: Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring lecture only. Consult the Physics department for registration procedure.

Course Description: Basic calculus-level course in physics treating mechanics and thermodynamics.

3 credits

Prerequisites

MAT 131 Minimum Grade of D

PHY 111B General Physics I (Laboratory)

Prerequisite: Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring lab only. Consult the Physics department for registration procedure.

1 credits

Prerequisites

MAT 131 Minimum Grade of D

PHY 111R General Physics I Recitation

Course Description: One-hour recitation course for students registered into PHY 111, General Physics I.

Course Rotation: NY and PL: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

0 credits

PHY 112 General Physics II

Course Description: A continuation of Physics I including wave motion, electromagnetism, optics, and an introduction to modern physics. Laboratory illustrates the physical principles discussed. There will be a mandatory recitation hour to accompany the three-hour lecture.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring and Summer. PLV: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

4 credits

Prerequisites

PHY 111 Minimum Grade of D and MAT 132 Minimum Grade of C-

PHY 112A General Physics II (Lecture)

Prerequisite: Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lecture only. Consult the Physics department for registration procedure.

Course Description: A continuation of Physics I including wave motion, electromagnetism, optics, and an introduction to modern physics. Laboratory illustrates the physical principles discussed.

3 credits

Prerequisites

(PHY 111 Minimum Grade of D or PHY 101 Minimum Grade of D) and MAT 132 Minimum Grade of D

PHY 112B General Physics II (Laboratory)

Prerequisite: Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lab only. Consult the Physics department for registration procedure.

Course Description: Laboratory illustrates the physical principles discussed.

1 credits

Prerequisites

(PHY 111 Minimum Grade of D or PHY 101 Minimum Grade of D) and MAT 132 Minimum Grade of D

PHY 112D Physics II Discussion Group

Course Description: This is a peer lead homework help group for students taking PHY 112.

Course Rotation: NY:PLV;Fall:Spring.

0 credits

PHY 112R General Physics II Recitation

Course Description: One-hour recitation course for students registered into PHY 112, General Physics II.

Course Rotation: NY and PL: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

0 credits

PHY 120 Physics of Movement

Course Description: Dancers employ the rules of physics in movement; this course is designed to establish scientific connections for the dancer that will make learning physics applicable to their everyday activities in the studio. By combining the laws of physics with the beauty of dance students will achieve a complete understanding of the scientific attributes behind physical activity and movement giving them a unique insight that will prepare them as professional dancers, teachers, and artists.

Course Rotation : Fall>

3 credits