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Physics and Astronomy Courses — Fall 2014

ASTR263Descriptive Astronomy: The Solar
ASTR363Intermediate Astronomy
ASTR561Galaxies and Large Scale
ASTR562Introduction to High Energy
ASTR567Observational Techniques In
PHYS149Mechanics, Heat, and Wave
PHYS172HModern Mechanics -
PHYS214The Nature of
PHYS215Physics For Elementary Education
PHYS217Introduction To Current Physics And Forefront
PHYS221General Physics
PHYS233Physics For Life Sciences
PHYS241Electricity and
PHYS241DElectricity and
PHYS252Electricity and Optics
PHYS272Electric And Magnetic
PHYS290MService Learning
PHYS295Outreach Assistance as Service
PHYS306Mathematical Methods of Physics
PHYS330Intermediate Electricity and
PHYS340Modern Physics Laboratory (was 342L)
PHYS410Physical Mechanics I (Honors)
PHYS416Thermal and Statistical Physics (Honors)
PHYS431Electricity And Magnetism II (Honors)
PHYS450Optics Laboratory I (Honors)
PHYS460Quantum Mechanics I (Honors)
PHYS490BSustain Energy Src 21st
PHYS521Survey of Classical
PHYS550Introduction to Quantum
PHYS556Introductory Nuclear
PHYS561Galaxies and Large Scale
PHYS562Introduction to High Energy
PHYS564Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics
PHYS570EIntroduction to
PHYS570RNonlinear Dynamics, Chaos and
PHYS595Physics Curriculum
PHYS600Methods of Theoretical Physics
PHYS605Pedagogical Methods for Physics Graduate Students (was 670A)
PHYS618Advanced Statistical Mechanics (was 670S)
PHYS630Advanced Theory Of Electricity And
PHYS645Electron Theory of Solids
PHYS660Quantum Mechanics
PHYS661Quantum Mechanics
PHYS663Quantum Field Theory
PHYS696Grad Research
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