Physics/Science

Summer 2003

Institution: Providence College
Title: Environmental Science
Course Number: NSC 217

Institution: New England Institute Of Technology
Title: Physics I
Course Number: 120.95

3 credit hours

This non-calculus approach to the study of fundamental physics includes kinematics and dynamics of bodies, velocity, acceleration, Newton's laws of motion, forces in equilibrium, concurrent and non-concurrent forces, work, power, energy, rotational motion, machines, mechanical advantage, and fluid mechanics.

Institution: New England Institute Of Technology
Title: Physics I Lab
Course Number: 121.95

1 credit hours

This laboratory course, taken concurrently with Physics 120, consists of demonstrations and laboratory exercises related to Physics 120.

Institution: New England Institute Of Technology
Title: Physics II
Course Number: 230.95
1 credit hours

This course is a continuation of Physics I and studies the following concepts: properties of matter/materials (thermal expansion, stress, strain, and hat capacities), wave behavior, electric forces, electrical potential energy and magnetic forces.

Institution: New England Institute Of Technology
Title: Physics II Lab
Course Number: 231.95
1 credit hours

This course is a continuation of Physics I and studies the following concepts: properties of matter/materials (thermal expansion, stress, strain, and hat capacities), wave behavior, electric forces, electrical potential energy and magnetic forces.

 

To register for a class click on the link found below for the respective institution:

Providence College School of Continuing Education
Community college of RI Admissons Office
Salve Regina University Admissions Office
Rhode Island College records Office
New England Institute Of Technology Admissions Office
University Of Rhode Island Enrollment Services
Roger Williams University Admissons Office
 


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