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Course Descriptions from the WMU Undergraduate Catalog
via Registrar's Web Site (http://sims.wmich.edu)
PHYS 205 Mechanics and Heat 4 hrs. Fall, Spring, Summer I [formerly Fall, Winter, Spring]
This first course in a sequence of three in calculus-based physics deals with mechanics and heat. PHYS 205 is intended for physics majors, engineering students, and future physics teachers, and is recommended for majors in other sciences. Co-requisite: MATH 123. A student can receive credit for only one of the following courses: PHYS 107, PHYS 109, PHYS 113, or PHYS 205.
PHYS 207 Electricity and Light 4 hrs. Fall, Spring, Summer II [formerly Fall, Winter, Spring]
This course follows PHYS 205 and consists of studies in electricity, magnetism, and light. Prerequisites: PHYS 205, MATH 123, and MATH 272 or MATH 230 concurrently. A student can receive credit for only one of the following courses: PHYS 107, PHYS 109, PHYS 115, or PHYS 207.
PHYS 208 Electricity and Light Laboratory 1 hr. Fall, Spring, Summer II [formerly Fall, Winter, Spring]
This is a laboratory course which includes exercises related to topics covered in PHYS 207. A student may not receive credit for both PHYS 208 and PHYS 116. Corequisite: PHYS 207.
5 Dec. Mon - 11am PHYS-2070 Final Exam 10:15am-12:15am (2 hours) **
6 Dec. Tue - 1pm PHYS-2070 Final Exam 2:45pm- 4:45pm (2 hours) **
10 Dec. Sat - Semester ends
13 Dec. Tue - Fall grades due at Noon.
** - Because we have two different Monday class times, we get two
Final Exam date/times. You will be able to choose either one,
though most of the 11am people will probably want to take the
first Final Exam and most of the 1pm people will want the second.
The two Final Exams will be graded and curved SEPERATELY, so
there is no advantage to taking one over the other.