Physics (PHYS) < University of Idaho

PHYS 100 Fundamentals of Physics
3 credits
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Carries no credit after PHYS 111 or PHYS 211. For students in nontechnical fields. Conceptual study of laws of nature and their application, including mechanics, heat, electricity and magnetism, light, and mod physics. Three lectures per week. ( Fall lone )
PHYS 100L Fundamentals of Physics Lab
1 credit
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
For students in nontechnical fields. Conceptual cogitation of laws of nature and their application, including mechanics, inflame, electricity and magnetism, light, and modern physics. One 2-hour lab per workweek. ( Spring merely )

PHYS 103 General Astronomy
3 credits
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Descriptive and forcible astronomy ; development of astronomic think ; properties and evolution of the solar system, stars, galaxies, and the population. ( Fall only )
PHYS 104 Astronomy Lab
1 credit
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Naked eye, telescopic, and photographic observations of constellations, stars, and planets. One 2-hour lab per workweek. ( Fall only )
Prereq or coreq: PHYS 103 .
PHYS 111 General Physics I
3 credits
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Carries no credit after PHYS 211. Kinematics, forces and dynamics, conservation laws, thermodynamics, waves. Three lectures and one recitation per week.
Prereq: MATH 143 .
PHYS 111L General Physics I Lab
1 credit
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Kinematics, forces and dynamics, conservation laws, thermodynamics, waves. One 2-hour lab per week.
Prereq: MATH 143.
Coreq: PHYS 111 .
PHYS 112 General Physics II
3 credits
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Carries no credit rating after PHYS 212. electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics. Three lectures and one recitation per workweek. ( Spring merely )
Prereq: PHYS 111 / PHYS 111L .
PHYS 112L General Physics II Lab
1 credit
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics. One 2-hour lab per week.
Prereq: PHYS 111 / PHYS 111L.
Coreq: PHYS 112 .
PHYS 200 (s) Physics Seminar
1 credit
Introductory-level discussion of topics in modern physics ; initiation to physics research topics and scientific data search techniques ; written and/or oral reports of a apposite subject in current physics. ( Fall entirely )
PHYS 203 (s) Workshop
Credit arranged
PHYS 204 (s) Special Topics
Credit arranged
PHYS 211 Engineering Physics I
3 credits
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Kinematics and dynamics, Newton ‘s laws, bring and energy, rotational dynamics, linear and angular momentum, collisions, static equilibrium, oscillations, gravity and cardinal forces. Three lectures and one recitation per week.
Prereq or Coreq: MATH 170 .
PHYS 211L Laboratory Physics I
1 credit
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Kinematics and dynamics, Newton ‘s laws, work and energy, rotational dynamics, analogue and angular momentum, collisions, electrostatic equilibrium, oscillations, gravity, central forces, and thermodynamics. One 2-hour lab per week.
Coreq: PHYS 211 .
PHYS 212 Engineering Physics II
3 credits
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Electric fields and potentials, magnetic fields, capacitance and induction, DC and AC circuits, electromagnetic waves. Three lectures and one course session per week.
Prereq: PHYS 211 / PHYS 211L
Prereq or Coreq: MATH 175
PHYS 212L Laboratory Physics II
1 credit
Gen Ed : Natural and Applied Sciences
Electric fields and potentials, magnetic fields, capacitor and induction, DC and AC circuits, electromagnetic waves, mechanical waves, and geometric optics. One 2-hour lab per week.
Coreq: PHYS 212 .
PHYS 213 Engineering Physics III
3 credits
Fluid dynamics, waves in rubber band media, sound waves, temperature, heat and thermodynamics, kinetic theory, geometric and physical optics. Three lectures and one course session per week. ( Spring only )
Prereq: PHYS 211 / PHYS 211L.
Prereq or coreq: MATH 175 .
PHYS 299 (s) Directed Study
Credit arranged
PHYS 305 Modern Physics
3 credits
Quantum and relativity theories with applications to atomic, solid state, nuclear, and elementary atom physics. ( Spring merely )
Prereq: PHYS 212 / PHYS 212L
Coreq: MATH 275 and PHYS 213
PHYS 321 Analytical Mechanics
3 credits
Review of single-particle kinematics and dynamics ; analogue oscillations ; Lagrangian dynamics ; orbital dynamics ; motion in non-inertial systems ; space rotation of rigid bodies.
Prereq: PHYS 212 / PHYS 212L and MATH 275
Coreq: MATH 310
PHYS 333 Statistical Thermodynamics
3 credits
Cross-listed with CHEM 495
Classical thermodynamics, information, thermodynamic potentials, kinetic hypothesis, classical and quantum statistical mechanics, ensembles, partition functions, initiation to phase transitions.
Prereq: CHEM 306 or PHYS 305 or equivalent
PHYS 341 Electromagnetic Fields I
3 credits
This course is designed to provide undergraduate physics majors advanced instruction in electrostatics. The specific areas which will be covered are electric fields, electric potentials, work and energy in electrostatics, the proficiency of using the concept of visualize charges to solve for the electric battlefield and electric potential of complex mission distributions, Laplace ’ sulfur and Poisson ’ mho equations, electric dipoles, polarization and polarizable materials, and the electric dipole approximation
Prereq: PHYS 212, PHYS 212L and MATH 275
PHYS 342 Electromagnetic Fields II
3 credits
This course is designed to provide undergraduate physics majors advanced direction in electrodynamics and magnetism. The specific areas that will be covered are magnetostatics, charismatic fields in matter, the vector electric potential, electrodynamics, the complete dress of Maxwell ’ randomness equations, electromagnetic waves, waveguides, electric and charismatic dipole radiation sickness, retarded and progress potentials, and radiation arising from accelerated charges and charge distributions
Prereq: PHYS 341
PHYS 351 Introductory Quantum Mechanics I
3 credits
One-dimensional hypothesis ; unblock particle, leap states, potential barriers, harmonic oscillator, matrix methods, and Dirac note ; interpretations of quantum theory.
Prereq: PHYS 305, PHYS 371
Coreq: MATH 330
PHYS 371 Mathematical Physics
3 credits
Cross-listed with MATH 371
Mathematical techniques needed in upper-division physics courses, including vector analysis, matrices, Sturm-Liouville problems, special functions, fond differential gear equations, complex variables.
Prereq: PHYS 212 / PHYS 212L and MATH 275 .
PHYS 400 (s) Seminar
Credit arranged
PHYS 403 (s) Workshop
Credit arranged
PHYS 404 (s) Special Topics
Credit arranged
PHYS 407 Communicating Science
1 credit
Gen Ed : aged Experience
Writing scientific abstracts, manuscripts, and allow proposals ; peer review ; presenting concepts to scientists in oral and poster form ; communicating to non-scientists.
Prereq Junior or Senior stand
PHYS 411 Advanced Physics Lab
4 credits
Research skills, group dynamics, scientific literature research/drafting, automation and design techniques to prepare students for post-graduate life in a physics lab setting. 1-hour stagger lecture fourth dimension and 3-hr effective lab time per week. Some weeks require scheduling machine use clock time outside of standard class hours per scholar
Prereq: PHYS 305 or permission
PHYS 428 Numerical Methods
3 credits
Cross-listed with ENGR 428 and MATH 428, Joint-listed with MATH 529 and PHYS 528.
Systems of equations, solution line up, mistake analysis, numerical solution to differential equations, interjection and datum suit, numeral integration, related topics and applications. extra projects and/or assignments required for graduate recognition.
Prereq: MATH 310 .
PHYS 438 Biological Physics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 538
Physics principles applied to biological systems including organisms, cells, and biomolecules. Techniques for studying biological systems and phenomenon. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit.
Prereq for PHYS 438: PHYS 212 or PHYS 213 ; Junior or Senior standing.
Prereq for PHYS 538: Graduate Standing or Permission .
PHYS 443 Optics

3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 543
Geometrical optics, wave optics and physical optics with vehemence on mod instrumentation and methods of measurement. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit rating.
Prereq for PHYS 443 : PHYS 342.
Prereq for PHYS 543 : entrance fee to Physics Graduate program or license .
PHYS 444 Quantum Optics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 544
Introduction to the physics of lasers, laser spectroscopy, non-linear ocular effects, and the interaction of radiation and matter. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit.
Prereq for PHYS 444 : PHYS 212 /212L or PHYS 213, MATH 175, and Senior resist or Permission.
Prereq for PHYS 544 : admission to Physics Grad platform or permission .
PHYS 464 Solid State Physics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 564
Crystal structure and lattice dynamics including rubber band and thermal properties of solids ; electron dynamics including dance band theory, hypothesis of metals and semiconductors, superconductivity, magnetism ; solid-state device-physics ; characterization of materials ; special topics chosen by the teacher. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit. ( Spring only )
Prereq: PHYS 321 and PHYS 341 ; or Permission
Coreq: PHYS 351 or permission
PHYS 465 Nuclear and Particle Physics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 565
Particle production and detection, properties and classification of particles, the quark cheese model of hadrons, symmetries and conservation laws, interactions, expansive union, the potent interaction and nuclear forces, models for nuclear structure and reactions. extra projects/assignments required for calibrate credit. cooperative : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq for PHYS 465 : PHYS 305.
Prereq for PHYS 565 : entrance fee to physics calibrate program or permission .
PHYS 484 Astrophysics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 584
Celestial mechanics ; planets and planetary systems ; structure and evolution of stars and headliner systems ; limited and general relativity ; cosmology. extra projects/assignments required for graduate recognition. concerted : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq for PHYS 484 : PHYS 305 or MATH 275 ; or Permission.
Prereq for PHYS 584 : entrance fee to physics calibrate program or license .
PHYS 490 Research
0-6 credits, max 6
Undergraduate research or thesis.
Prereq: Permission of Instructor .
PHYS 492 Senior Research
1 credit
Gen Ed : aged Experience
Undergraduate research in one of the department focus areas. Scientific communication through one presentation to the scientific community and one written report.
Prereq Junior or Senior Standing ; or Permission of Instructor .
PHYS 498 (s) Internship
Credit arranged
PHYS 499 (s) Directed Study
Credit arranged
PHYS 500 Master’s Research and Thesis
Credit arranged
PHYS 501 (s) Seminar
Credit arranged
Graded P/F.
Prereq: permission
PHYS 502 (s) Directed Study
Credit arranged
PHYS 503 (s) Workshop
Credit arranged
PHYS 504 (s) Special Topics
Credit arranged
PHYS 521 Advanced Mechanics
3 credits
Classical mechanics ; Lagrange ‘s and Hamilton ‘s principles, two-body trouble, inflexible body gesture, special relativity, canonic transformation, Hamilton-Jacobi theory, small oscillations, and Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulations for continuous systems and fields. cooperative : clear to WSU degree-seeking students .
PHYS 528 Numerical Methods
3 credits
Cross-listed with MATH 529, Joint-listed with ENGR 428, MATH 428, and PHYS 428.
Systems of equations, root find, error analysis, numeric solution to derived function equations, interjection and datum fit, numeral integration, related topics and applications. extra projects and/or assignments required for graduate credit.
Prereq: MATH 310 .
PHYS 533 Statistical Mechanics
3 credits
Ensembles, partition functions, authoritative and quantum statistics renormalization group, criticality, scale, interacting systems, simulation. concerted : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: PHYS 333 .
PHYS 538 Biological Physics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 438
Physics principles applied to biological systems including organisms, cells, and biomolecules. Techniques for studying biological systems and phenomenon. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit.
Prereq for PHYS 438: PHYS 212 or PHYS 213 ; Junior or Senior standing.
Prereq for PHYS 538: Graduate Standing or Permission .
PHYS 541 Electromagnetic Theory I
3 credits
Analytical tools and techniques describing electromagnetic phenomena, particularly Maxwell ‘s equations, electrostatic and magnetostatic systems, including currents and their interactions and limit respect problems. cooperative : candid to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: PHYS 342 .
PHYS 542 Electromagnetic TheoryII
3 credits
Further examinations of the analytic tools and techniques that describe electromagnetic phenomena, peculiarly electrodynamics, the general theory of emission, propagation and preoccupation of electromagnetic waves, and the relativistic conceptualization of electrodynamics. concerted : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: PHYS 541 .
PHYS 543 Optics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 443
Geometrical optics, wave optics and physical optics with emphasis on modern instrumentation and methods of measurement. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit.
Prereq for PHYS 443 : PHYS 342.
Prereq for PHYS 543 : admission to Physics Graduate program or permission .
PHYS 544 Quantum Optics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 444
Introduction to the physics of lasers, laser spectroscopy, non-linear optical effects, and the interaction of radiation and matter. extra projects/assignments required for calibrate credit.
Prereq for PHYS 444 : PHYS 212 /212L or PHYS 213, MATH 175, and Sr stand or Permission.
Prereq for PHYS 544 : entree to Physics Graduate program or permission .
PHYS 550 Quantum Mechanics I
3 credits
Fundamental concepts, base kets and matrix representation, position and momentum outer space ; Schroedinger and Heisenberg movie, Schroedinger ’ sulfur curl equation and solutions ; hypothesis of angular momentum. accommodative : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: PHYS 351 .
PHYS 551 Quantum Mechanics II
3 credits
Theory of angular momentum continued ; symmetries in quantum mechanics ; approximation methods, time-dependent and time-independent disturbance theory, applications to atomic systems ; radiation sickness theory, theory of scattering. cooperative : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: PHYS 550 .
PHYS 564 Solid State Physics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 464
Crystal structure and lattice dynamics including elastic and thermal properties of solids ; electron dynamics including band hypothesis, theory of metals and semiconductors, superconductivity, magnetism ; solid-state device-physics ; characterization of materials ; extra topics chosen by the teacher. extra projects/assignments required for graduate credit. ( Spring lone )
Prereq: PHYS 321 and PHYS 341 ; or Permission
Coreq: PHYS 351 or license
PHYS 565 Particle and Nuclear Physics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 465
Particle production and signal detection, properties and classification of particles, the quark cheese exemplary of hadrons, symmetries and conservation laws, interactions, grand union, the solid interaction and nuclear forces, models for nuclear structure and reactions. extra projects/assignments required for calibrate citation. cooperative : open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq for PHYS 465 : PHYS 305.
Prereq for PHYS 565 : admission to Physics Graduate plan or permission .
PHYS 571 Mathematical Methods of Physics
3 credits
Methods and problems. cooperative : exposed to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: PHYS 322 or Permission .
PHYS 584 Astrophysics
3 credits
Joint-listed with PHYS 484
Celestial mechanics ; planets and erratic systems ; structure and development of stars and asterisk systems ; particular and general relativity ; cosmology. extra projects/assignments required for calibrate credit.
Prereq for PHYS 484 : PHYS 305 or MATH 275 ; or Permission.
Prereq for PHYS 584 : admission to Physics Graduate program or permission .
PHYS 598 (s) Internship
Credit arranged
PHYS 599 (s) Research

Credit arranged
PHYS 600 Doctoral Research and Dissertation
Credit arranged

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