PHYS 108: Physics for the Life Sciences II

Spring (3) Stevens, Staff (NQR, GER 2A)

PHYS 107-108 is a two-semester algebra-based sequence designed to cover the fundamental concepts of physics for students in the life sciences, including pre-meds. Emphasis is placed on thermodynamics, electric and magnetic fields, simple circuits, optics and some modern physics. High school science as well as algebra and trigonometry are assumed. Co-registration in the laboratory PHYS 108L is not required, but strongly encouraged. Students may receive credit for only one of PHYS 102, 102H, or 108.

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