Physics (PHYS) The department offers courses which are slashlisted so undergraduate students may take an undergraduate 4000level course while graduate students may take a graduate 5000level course. The lectures in a slashlisted course are the same. However, students in the 5000level course have substantial additional requirements beyond those for students in the 4000level course. These additional requirements are listed in the slashlisted course syllabus. 1114 General Physics for NonScience Majors. Prerequisite: high school algebra II. Not open to students who intend to do major work in mathematics or physical science. Not open to students with credit in 1205, 2414 or 2514. Concepts of force, energy, matter, atomic physics, electricity, light, presented as a part of a liberal education. (F, Sp, Su) [IINL] 1205 Introductory Physics I for Physics Majors. Prerequisite: enrollment in Mathematics 1823 or permission of instructor. To be taken by physics, astronomy and engineering physics majors during the first semester of their freshman year. Kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, manyparticle systems, rigid body rotation, simple harmonic motion. Laboratory is an integral part of the course. Laboratory (F) [IILAB] 1215 Introductory Physics II for Physics Majors.  
