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in the Eberly College of Science

To the best of our knowledge, this course is not offered in Fall 2017.

Credits:3
Prerequisite(s):MATH 250 or MATH 251; PHYS 212, PHYS 213, and PHYS 214; or PHYS 204
Corequisites:MATH 230 or MATH 231

Syllabus

This is the generic persistent syllabus information- there may be slight variations in actual course coverage from semester to semester.

Electrostatics, steady-state fields; electrical and magnetic properties of matter; Maxwell's equations, boundary-value problems, and wave propagation.

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Comments:

Physics 419 is not formally a prerequisite for this course, however, the background acquired in 419 is very helpful. Physics 400 is not a prerequisite for other physics courses except for 401, but should be taken early in the 4xx course sequence. An ideal sequence for the core courses is 419, 400, and 410; but 419 and 400 may be taken simultaneously.

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In order to receive consideration for course accommodations, you must contact ODS and provide documentation (see the documentation guidelines). If the documentation supports the need for academic adjustments, ODS will provide a letter identifying appropriate academic adjustments. Please share this letter and discuss the adjustments with your instructor as early in the course as possible. You must contact ODS and request academic adjustment letters at the beginning of each semester.

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PHYS 400 Intermediate Electricity & Magnetism in Fall 2017