Classed taught

1990 Fall: Physics 122

 

1992.

Winter: Honors 202 (3) Colloquium: Turning points in the History of Civilization. 9-10:50 T Th 2072 JKHB  and 343R Colloquium in the Physical Sciences

1993

 

Winter Physics 122

  Winter Physics 122

1992.        

1993.        

1994.       

1994.1.            Winter: 122; Honors 202 (3) Colloquium: Turning points in the History of Civilization. 9-10:50 T Th and 343R Colloquium in the Physical Sciences:  Evaluation, student comments and student papers. Mr. Tompkins in Wonderland: Part II. A Student invention of how Chaos plays out.

1994.2.            Summer

1994.3.            Fall Honors 201 (3) Colloquium: Turning points in the History of Civilization. 9-10:50 T Th 2072 JKHB

1994.4.               

1995.            

1995.1.            Winter: Honors 202 (3) Colloquium: Turning points in the History of Civilization. 9-10:50 T Th 2072 JKHB  and 343R Colloquium in the Physical Sciences

1995.2.             

1995.3.            Fall: Honors 201 (9) Colloquium: Turning points in the History of Civilization. 9-10:50 T Th 274 MARB: Student Evalution

1995.4.             

1996.         

1996.1.            Winter: Honors 202 (3) Colloquium: Turning points in the History of Civilization. 9-10:50 T Th 115 McKay  and

241R(2) Colloquium in the Natural Sciences

Physics 122

1996.2.            Spring: 380  experimental physics

1996.3.              

1997.          

1997.1.            Winter Physics 122  Winter:  513R Thin Film Phenomena

1997.2.            Spring: 380  experimental physics

1997.3.            Fall:  Physics 122

1998.        

1998.1.              

1998.2.             

1998.3.            Fall: Physics 122

1999.        

1999.1.            Winter: Physics 122 & Physics 585 (thin films)

1999.2.            Summer Physics 122?

1999.3.            Fall: Physics 122

2000.       

2000.1.            Winter: Physics 122 & Physics 671 (x-ray physics)

2000.2.            Summer Physics 122 

2000.3.            Fall: Physics 122 & Physics 513R (surfaces & nano structures with Evenson) Self and Student Evalution

2001.        

2001.1.            Winter:  Physics 122 & Physics 585 (thin films) 4 students GPA 2.93

2001.2.            Summer: Physics 122 

2001.3.            Fall:                 PS100  322 students 2.79 GPA vs 2.92 ,  Honors 202

2002.        

2002.1.             Winter: Physics 671 (x-ray physics) & Physics 513R (surfaces & nanostructures with Evenson)

2002.2.            Summer:-  Physics 222 22 students 3.41 GPA vs 3.4 for summers  & 3.32 overall

2002.3.            Fall: Physics 122

2003.        

2003.1.            Winter  Physics 220 (This was 122 previously) 203 students 3.12 GPA vs 3.06 average & Physics 123 104 students 2.87 GPA vs 3.08 average.

2003.2.            Spring: Physics 220 78 students 3.36 GPA vs 3.08

2003.3.            Fall Physics 314 (History and Philosophy of Science)

2004.       

2004.1.            Winter  Physics 671 (X-ray & EUV optics)

2004.2.            Spring: Physics 220 83 students 3.08 GPA vs 3.06

2004.3.            Fall Physics 123 226 students 3.09 GPA vs 3.08  and Physics 451: Quantum Mechanics

2005.        

2005.1.            Physics 585 (Thin film Physics) 9 students GPA 3.93 and Honors 343R Colloquium in the Physical Sciences. AstroBiology and Mars Research

2005.2.            Summer: Physics 442  12 students 3.3 GPA vs 3.4 for summers

2005.3.            Fall Physics 250: for example of content,  see: http://www.physics.byu.edu/faculty/campbell/physics250/

2006.       

2006.1.            Winter Physics 220 160 students 3.19 GPA & Physics 671 (X-ray & EUV optics)

2006.2.            Spring: Physics 220 79 students 3.26 GPA

2006.3.            Fall: Physics 106 (Appl. Physics II) Physics 123 (Physics for Scientists & Engineers: all topics but mechanics and E&M)   213 students 2.96 GPA vs 3.08

2007.       

2007.1.            Physics 585 (Thin film Physics)  10 students  3.59 GPA

2007.2.            Spring: Physics 121 assigned and organized but taught by P. Mills

2007.3.            Fall: Physics 123 (Physics for Scientists & Engineers:) 185 students 3.18 GPA vs 3.08

2008.         

2008.1.            Winter Physics 123 253 students 3.33 GPA vs 3.08

2008.2.            Spring: Physics 318 (Physics of Classical Fields.  That is, Math Physics) 10 students 3.88 GPA vs 3.10

2008.3.            Fall: Physics 222, 32 students  2.83 GPA vs 3.15 PS100 (10:00 a.m. session) 301 students 3.13 GPA vs 3.11

2009.        

2009.1.            Winter Physics 123 247 students 3.26 GPA vs 3.08

2009.2.            Spring: Physics 220- 62 students 3.46 GPA vs 3.06 overall

2009.3.            Fall: Physical Science 100 (10:00 session) 282 students 3.07 P GPA vs 3.11 ; Physics 191 

2010.         

2010.1.            Winter Physics 585 (Thin Film Physics)  8 students  3.45 GPA

2010.2.            Summer: Physical Science 100

2010.3.            Fall:  Physical Science 100 at 1400 MWF in 377CB  213 students 3.11 Passing GPA vs 3.11
                    Physics 198 at 900 Tuesday in  C460  ESC (Review of Physics and Math for Returning Students)

2011.        

2011.1.            Winter  Physics 220 at 1000 in 445 MARB & Physics 222 at noon in C247 ESC, also class for BYU’s Mars Simulation Rover dual listed as: MEn 493 section 3,  ECEn 495 section 2 and Honors 295. 

2011.2.            Spring Physics 123

2011.3.            Fall:  Physics 220

2012.        

2012.1.            Winter  Physics 585 (Thin Film Physics); also class for BYU’s Mars Simulation Rover dual listed as: MEn 493 section 3,  ECEn 495 section 2

2012.2.            Spring: Research

2012.3.            Summer Physical Science /http://ps100.byu.edu/

2012.4.            Fall:  Physics 220:  also class for BYU’s Mars Simulation Rover dual listed as: MEn 493 section ,  ECEn 495 section 

2013.        

2013.1.            Winter Physics 245: experimental physics lab (2 sections MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in 435ESC & Physics 222 at noon in B106 JFSB, also class for BYU’s Mars Simulation Rover dual listed as: MEn 493 section ,  ECEn 495 section  and Honors 295. 

2013.2.            Spring Physics 123

2013.3.            Fall:  Physics 220 & Physical Science 100 :  also class for BYU’s Mars Simulation Rover dual listed as: MEn 493 section ,  ECEn 495 section 

2014.        

2014.1.            Winter  585 (Thin Film Physics);  Physics 245: experimental physics lab (2 sections MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in C435ESC

2014.2.            Spring  Physics 245: Experimental Physics Lab ( T-Th 8-11am & 2-5pm) in C435ESC

2014.3.            Fall:  Physics 220

2015.        

2015.1.            Winter  Physics 123 and Physics 245:Experimental Physics Lab (2 sections MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in 435ESC

2015.2.            Spring

2015.3.            Fall:   585 (Thin Film Physics);  Physics 245: Experimental Physics Lab (2 sections MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in C435ESC

2016.        

2016.1.            Winter  Physics 123 and Physics 245: Experimental Physics Lab (sections 2 MW 2-5pm)  in 435ESC 

2016.2.            Spring

2016.3.            Fall:  Physics 245: Experimental physics lab (2 sections: MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in 435ESC

2017.        

2017.1.            Winter Physics 123 and Physics 245:Experimental Physics Labb (2 sections MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in 435ESC

2017.2.            Spring/summer Research

2017.3.            Fall:  Physics 245: Experimental Physics Lab (2 sections: MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in 435ESC & 
585 (Thin Film Physics)

2018.        

2018.1.            Winter Physics 123 and Physics 245: Experimental Physics Lab (2 sections MW 2-5pm & T TH 8-11am) in 435ESC

2018.2.            Spring/summer Research

2018.3.            Fall:

 

2019.       

2017.       

2017.1.             Winter Physics

2017.2.            Spring: Physics

2017.3.            Fall:  

2018.       

 

BYU current UG calculus based Physics curriculum for Scientists & Engineers is 121 mechanics, 123 all other, 220 E&M.

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