Physics 115 Spring 2015 Reference Page
Energy and Climate
|Typically Offered||Fall; Spring|
|L&S Credit||Counts for L&S degree|
|Gen-Ed||Quantitative Reasoning Part B|
Introduction to energy, focusing on energy sources and their impacts on humans and the environment, particularly through climate change. Develop basic physics skills to form opinions on energy-related issues affecting the world as well as your own use of energy. Apply the physical principles of mechanics, heat, electricity, and atomic nuclei to various energy sources (fossil fuels, renewables, and nuclear) and their impacts.
Prerequisites: Satisfied Quantitative Reasoning (QR) A requirement. Not open to students with credit for PHYSICS 103, 201, 207, or 247.
|001||Frances Borman||MW 03:30 pm - 04:20 pm||2103 Chamberlin|
|301||James Sebald||R 01:20 pm - 02:10 pm||2104 Chamberlin|
|302||James Sebald||R 02:25 pm - 03:15 pm||2104 Chamberlin|
|303||James Sebald||R 03:30 pm - 04:20 pm||2104 Chamberlin|
|304||James Sebald||F 11:00 am - 11:50 am||2104 Chamberlin|
|305||James Sebald||F 12:05 pm - 12:55 pm||2104 Chamberlin|
|306||James Sebald||F 01:20 pm - 02:10 pm||2104 Chamberlin|
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