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General Description of Physics

Physics is a basic science, which, like biology and chemistry, has contributed greatly to our ability to understand the universe, and to help us to see how to develop new technologies and new ways of thinking.

Transfer Preparation for Physics

• Chemistry: CHEM 200
• Calculus: MATH 250, 251, 252
• Physics: PHYS 270, 271, 272, 274

Career Options in Physics

A very few careers require an associate or bachelor’s degree. Most careers in physics require graduate level degrees.

Physics Faculty
• Hok Kong Lee, Ph.D.  hlee@swccd.edu

• Jeffrey Veal, Ph.D. jveal@swccd.edu  

Physics Courses

• PHYS 170 College Physics I
• PHYS 171 College Physics Laboratory I
• PHYS 172 College Physics II
• PHYS 173 College Physics Laboratory II
• PHYS 174 College Physics III
• PHYS 175 College Physics Laboratory III
• PHYS 270 Principles of Physics I
• PHYS 271 Principles of Physics Laboratory I
• PHYS 272 Principles of Physics II
• PHYS 274 Principles of Physics III
• PHYS 295 Selected Topics in Physics
• PHYS 299 Independent Study

Last updated: 11/22/2011 4:36:12 PM