|Physics for Non-scientists I|
Physical quantities; vectors and scalars; static equilibrium; uniformly accelerated motion; Newton`s laws; work and energy; conservation of energy; linear momentum; impulse; collisions; angular motion; Newton`s law of gravitation; rotational work, energy, and momentum; mechanical properties of matter.
|Physics for Non-scientists II|
Static electricity, interaction of charges, electric field, electric potential, electric current and circuits, magnetism, Faradays law of induc-tion, electromagnetic waves, light and optics.
|Fundamental Concepts of Physics I|
The world of physics; scientific method; crystals; chaos; the big-bang; automobile collision; radiation and life; energy, entropy and environment; exponential growth; photo voltaic conversion; atmospheric electricity; plasma; superconductivity; gravity and geometry; laser; fiber optics; scanning tunneling microscope; magnetic resonance imaging; nuclear fission and nuclear fusion.
|Fundamental Concepts of Physics II|
Electric charges and fields; electric potential; electric currents and circuits; magnetic fields; wave motion and light.
|General Physics I|
Vectors; kinematics; particle dynamics work and energy; conservation of energy; system of particles; collisions; rotational motion; oscillations.
|General Physics II|
Electric charge; electric field; Gauss` law, electric potential; capacitance; current and resistance; circuits; magnetic field; Ampere`s law; Faraday`s law of induction; electro-magnetic oscillations; alternating currents.
Vectors, translational kinematics and dynamics work and energy, system of particles, rotational kinematics and dynamics, equilibrium, gravitation oscillations, waves, fluid mechanics, statistical mechanics, heat and thermodynamics.
Electric field and Gauss law, electric potentials capacitors, current and DC circuits, magnetic field, magnetic field due to currents, induction, magnetism of matter, Maxwell`s equations, electromagnetic oscillations and AC circuits, electromagnetic waves.
|Physics I (mechanics)|
Fundamental principles and theories of mechanics; translational motion; rotational motion; gravitation; oscillations.
|Physics II (electricity and Magnetism)|
Electric charge, Coulomb`s law, electric field and Gauss`s law, electric potential and electric potential energy, capacitance and capacitors, current and resistance, circuits and loop theorems, magnetic field and Ampere`s law, Faraday`s law of induction, alternating currents, Maxwell`s equations, electromagnetic oscillations and waves.
|Physics for Students of Science I|
Vectors; kinematics in three dimension; dynamics-Newton`s laws; work and energy; conservation of energy; gravitation; system`s of particles; collisions; kinematics of rigid body; dynamics of rigid body; statics and elasticity; oscillations; fluid mechanics; kinetic theory and thermodynamics.
|Physics for Students of Science II|
Electrostatics and magnetostatics; electrical and magnetic properties of matter; equations; electromagnetic waves; geometric optics, interference and diffraction; special relativity; quanta of light, atomic structure; quantum theory of matter.
|Physics Laboratory I|
Basic experimental techniques in mechanics. Experiments on one and two-dimensional motion, Newton`s laws, circular motion, simple harmonic motion collisions, energy conversion, gyroscope, water waves and acoustic waves.
|Physics Laboratory II|
Experiments on fundamental laws of electromagnetism, simple circuits, solar cells, light emitting diodes, laws of radiation, diffraction and interference of light waves.
|Basic Physics I|
Physics and measurement; vector and scalar quantities; describing motion: one dimensional motion; two dimensional motion; motion and force: dynamics; circular motion; work and energy; conservation of energy; linear momentum; rotational motion; static equilibrium and elasticity; vibrations and waves; sound.
|Basic Physics II|
Electric charge and electric field; electric potential and electric potential energy; electric currents; DC circuits and instruments; magnetism; electromagnetic induction andd Faraday`s law; electromagnetic waves; semiconductors, diodes and transistors.