Fall 2018

University Physics - PH 222, Honors section

This course provides students with the necessary mathematical and conceptual tools to understand fundamental principles in Physics. The objective for this calculus-based class is to learn concepts in electricity and magnetism: Coulomb's Law, Electric Fields, Gauss' Law, Capacitors and Dielectrics, Ohm's Law, Alternating vs. Direct Current Circuits, Magnetic Fields, Ampere's Law, Biot-Savart Law, Faraday's Law and optics. The importance of understanding physics to develop modern technology is emphasized. In this Honors class, topics are covered with more mathematical rigor and in greater depth than the regular sections.


Randall D. Knight; Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4/E. Chapters 22 to 35. link

Other resources

1.  Richard P. Feynman, The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. II, Electromagnetism and Matter, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1965 (link).

2.  The Physics Today website (link).

3.  Physics.org – a guide to Physics on the Web (link)

4.  Interactive science and math simulator (link)



Quantum Mechanics II (PH 451 / 551)

Advanced Physics Laboratory (PH 491)

Fall 2017

College Physics with Algebra 1 (PH 201) 

Guest Lecturer for Topics in Contemporary Physics (PH 110)


Quantum Mechanics II (PH 451 / 551)

Advanced Physics Laboratory (PH 491)

FALL 2016

Quantum Mechanics I (PH 450 / 550)