PHYS 1100 - Physics
Prerequisites: Knowledge of elementary algebra and trigonometry. Mechanics of particles, rigid bodies; gravity; simple harmonic motion, waves, sound, fluids, thermal physics, kinetic theory. Fundamental treatment of physics without use of calculus. Required for biological science majors; recommended for behavioral science majors. Biologists planning graduate work may find the 2100-2300 series in physics with calculus better suited to their needs. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours for each course.
C-ID PHYS 100S:
The University course listed above articulates with any California Community College (CCC) course that is approved by the C-ID program and given the corresponding “C-ID Course” designation listed here. The articulation is one-way articulation, meaning the approved community college course will articulate for the indicated course credit at the four-year university. Articulation does NOT apply from the four-year institution to the community college or between the four-year institutions.
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