This is an introductory course in electricity and magnetism, including Coulomb’s Law, the electrical structure of matter, Gauss’s Law, electrical potential, capacitance and properties of dielectrics, complex DC circuits, magnetic force and magnetic fields in
This is an intermediate level course in thermal physics. Topics include: fundamentals of thermodynamics and introductory statistical mechanics, heat transfer, entropy, kinetic theory of gases, gas laws, reversible processes and work, laws of thermodynamics, heat
This is an intermediate level course in electricity and magnetism. Topics include: vector analysis (divergence, gradient, curl, Gauss’s and Stokes’ theorems), electrostatics, magnetostatics, electromagnetic induction, alternating currents, Maxwell’s equations, and electromagnetic waves.
This course includes the study of real number system, powers with rational exponents, radical operations and equations, polynomial factoring, rational expressions and equations, quadratic functions and equations, linear and quadratic inequalities, trigonometry, and financial literacy
This course includes the study of transformations of functions and relations, exponential functions and equations, geometric sequences and series, logarithms (operations, functions, and equations), polynomial functions and equations, rational functions, and trigonometry (functions, equations, and
This course introduces students to the primary concepts and terminology of political science. We will discuss defining components of politics like the interaction between states and the market. Students will explore the ways that values, ideas, and
This course will introduce students to the basic components and structure of Canadian government. It examines the societal norms and institutions that have informed Canadian politics. It introduces students to Canada’s branches of government and
The course will examine the events that have shaped our understanding of global politics, consider current events in this context, and apply this knowledge to emerging issues that will influence and inform foreign policy and