The University of Virginia record April 15, 1917 | ||

#### For Undergraduates and Graduates.

Physics C1: General Physics, Selected Topics: *Physics B1, and Mathematics
B1 prerequisite.*—The work in the class-room emphasizes the general

principles of dynamics and their application to physical problems, special

attention being given to the properties of matter and thermodynamics. The

laboratory work develops the basic principles of accurate measurement.

Laboratory work, six hours per week.—Hours by appointment. Rouss

Physical Laboratory. Adjunct Professor Sparrow.

Physics C2: Electricity and Optics: *Physics B1, with the addition of
either Physics C1, Mathematics B2, or Mathematics B3, prerequisite.*—Electricity

is given during the first half year, optics during the second. The elements of the

mathematical theory and outlines of important modern conceptions are

given in the lectures. In the laboratory, especial attention is paid to

methods of measurement.—Laboratory work, four to six hours per week,

Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00 p. m. Lecture hours by appointment. Rouss

Physical Laboratory. Professor Hoxton.

The University of Virginia record April 15, 1917 | ||