Certificate in Information Technology - Computational Methods in Physics PHYC 3250   Computational Methods in Physics
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The objective of this course is to teach students the use of computers in physical analysis. The UNIX operating system will be introduced and used throughout the course. A modern programming language will be applied to a selection of problems drawn from physical theory and experiment. This is a hands-on, practical, and interactive class with an emphasis on the development of computational skills that scientists use.
PREREQUISITES: PHYC 1190.03/1290.03 or equivalent, MATH 1010.03 or equivalent, PHYC 2050.03 or equivalent