Minor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation - Contemporary Physics PHYC 3180   Contemporary Physics
This course covers a variety of current research topics in physics within a format that introduces students to the learning techniques used in research in academic or industrial settings. Through this course, students will: (i) learn how to read and digest current physics topics using the standard presentation in physics journals; (ii) develop skills required to communicate topics of current interest in physics to classmates through written summaries and oral presentations; and (iii) develop skills required for collaborative discussion to solve research problems.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: MATH 2001.03 and at least one of PHYC 2515.03 or PHYC 2150.03 or permission of the instructor