DMDA 110 Light, Sound, and Motion

PHY 110 Motion, Light, and Sound Four Credits This course presents topics which serve as the foundation for the science based digital industry. The general areas of Newtonian mechanics, wave mechanics, interference, acoustics, and optical phenomena are covered. Applications involving acoustic and optical devices are presented. Three class hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. This course will not fulfill requirements for pre-professional science programs, chemistry, or physics majors. Three hourse lecture and three hours laboratory per week.Prerequisite: MTH 106 or two years of high school algebra. (Offered fall semester of odd calendar years.)