About This Course
Instructor Who Teaches This Course: Dr. Jesse Sherburn
Description: Provides a survey of the basic concepts of classical and modern physics that are the foundation of everyday phenomena. The emphasis will be on the physics behind everyday objects. For example, how does a refrigerator, microwave, television, radio, and computer work? Lectures, combined with lab activities, explore fundamental concepts of energy, force, motion, electricity, light, and magnetism.
Required Text(s): Please use the online campus bookstore to locate required textbooks for the course. Make sure that you search using the correct course code and look for the course with the “OL” suffix in the drop-down list. (See Textbook Ordering Help.)