Unique Section of PHYS 142 - Electricity and Magnetism
Fall 2015 Semester
Lecture & Discussion: MWF 9 - 9:50am, W 2 - 2:50 pm
Lab: R 12 - 1:50 pm
CRN: 38464 & 38497
The Department of Physics is offering a unique dedicated small-classroom size section of our Physics 142 course in Electricity and Magnetism. The class will be limited to 24 students and the primary lecture/discussion hours will be held in one of the new integrated multimedia rooms in Lincoln Hall (LH 115).
The course will be taught by Professor Andreas Schroeder, winner of the UIC Award for Excellence in Teaching, and will be focused on enabling students to succeed and excel in an environment dedicated to improving your problem solving skills and enhancing your understanding of the exciting physics foundations of electricity and magnetism. This course will also count for Honors Activity credit. The section is now open for registration, which will be on a first-come-first served basis. Students must have completed the standard prerequisites for PHYS 142 to register for the course: Prerequisite(s): Grade of C or better in MATH 181 and Grade of C or better in PHYS 141 or consent of the instructor.
Contact Dr. Schroeder with questions about the course: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact your Academic Advisor to discuss whether taking PHYS 142 is a good course option for you in the Fall.