Physics II

The socialization and education of various providers; the provider patient relationship; and disparities in the study of electrical potential, current and resistance, magnetic forces and fields in addition to various aspects of optics. There will be a focus on modern physics that will include the atom, nuclear physics, radioactivity and forms of radiation. Principles are tested and reinforced in the laboratory sessions. Three hours lecture, three hours weekly laboratory. Prerequisite: PHY 305.

PHY 315
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