PHYS 2203 – Electromagnetism
(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial, 2 hours lab
This course employs a calculus- and vector-based approach to electromagnetism. The topics include: electric charges, electric fields and potentials, electric currents, magnetic fields, electromotive force and induction, time-varying electric and magnetic fields, electromagnetic properties of materials, and elements of atomic structure.
Prerequisites: Mathematics 1202 and Physics 1202 with grades of “C-” or higher, or consent of department.