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|Course Descriptions||Computer Accounts and Keys||Faculty and TAs|
From Junior Winter to Senior Fall, each term has two 5-week intensive Paradigms: one that runs weeks 1-5 and the another weeks 6-10 (text color green). The intensive courses is 3 credits each, for a total of 6 credits per term. They are scheduled at 13:00-13:50 on M, W, F and 12:00-13:50 on T, R (i.e. 7 hours per week). A brief description of each course can be found by clicking on the links on the Course Descriptions page.
All other courses (in black text) run 10 weeks.
|Junior Courses||Senior Courses|
|PH 335 Techniques of Theoretical Mechanics||PH 422 Static Fields||PH 425 Quantum Fundamentals||PH 424 Waves & Oscillations||PH 426 Central Forces||PH 427 Periodic Systems||PH 423 Energy & Entropy||PH 451 Quantum Capstone||PH 441 Stat Mech Capstone|
|PH 365 Computational Lab||PH 366 Computational Lab||PH 367 Computational Lab||PH 431 E&M Capstone||PH 481 Physical Optics|
|PH 315 Physics of Contemporary Challeges||PH 415 Computer Interfaces|
|PH 411 Electronics|
|PH 403 Thesis||PH 403 Thesis||PH 403 Thesis|
Finals for the Paradigms are entirely at the discretion of the instructor. The instructor may choose to use regularly scheduled class time for all or part of the evaluations. Alternatively, the instructor may choose an appropriate Finals Week slot or may schedule a Monday evening final the week after the last class of that Paradigm. If used, this last alternative will be listed in the Schedule of Classes. Some Paradigms do not have a final.