IPS*1500 Integrated Mathematics and Physics I
|Semester||Instructor(s)||Course Outline(s)||Course Website|
|Fall 2017||IPS*1500 Website|
This is a foundational course for students in B.Sc. mathematical and physical sciences majors. The disciplines of Mathematics and Physics are taught in an integrated fashion that demonstrates how they support and enrich one another. Atomic structure, algebra and trigonometry, forces and Newton's laws, functions and graphing, differentiation, angular momentum and energy conservation, limits, integration, kinematics, and special relativity are presented in a harmonized fashion to ensure students have an improved understanding of these fundamentals.
Planning Your Program
(4U Calculus and Vectors or equivalent), (4U Physics or PHYS*1020 or equivalent)
MATH*1080, MATH*1200, PHYS*1000, PHYS*1080 . Restricted to B.Sc. students in APMS:C, BPCH, BPCH:C, BMPH, BMPH:C, CHPY, CHPY:C, CHEM, CHEM:C, MATH, NANO, NANO:C, PSCI, PHYS, PHYS:C, STAT, THPY