COURSE RETIRED EFFECTIVE: 05/01/2019 - (Part of a three-course Calculus-based Physics sequence)Topics include mechanics (kinematics, Newton's 3 laws, work and energy, conservation of linear momentum, angular momentum, rotational dynamics, gravitation and Kepler's law, and harmonic motion), electricity and magnetism (charge; electric field and potential; resistance, capacitance, and inductance; RCL circuits; laws of Gauss, Ampere, and Faraday; magnetic properties; electromagnetic waves*; and Maxwell's equations), heat and fluids (laws of thermodynamics, ideal gases and thermal properties, Kinetic theory of gases, and fluid mechanics), and optics and modern physics* (wave motion and sound, optics, and introduction to modern physics). Laboratory required. (*Starred topics are optional, though generally included for 10 semester credits.) Prerequisite: Calculus I. (EGR 913, if needed, should include heat and fluids.) Students should finish the entire course sequence at the same school before transfer, since topics are covered in different orders by different schools.