Course Name/Code: Concepts in Physics, ASSC104 Catalog 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. Credits/Hours: 3
Instructors and Texts
Instructors Who Teach This Course: Dr. Jesse Sherburn Required Text(s)Students must purchase and possess the required text(s) by the first day of class. Order early:
Bloomfield, Louis. How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life. Wiley, 4th Edition, 2009.