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An Introductory Survey, Crystal Lattices, Structure of Solids, Elastic Scattering of Waves, Bonding, Lattice Vibrations, Electron States.
4; Senior (Fourth) Year
  
Binary Model System, Entropy, Temperature, Thermal Equilibrium, Laws of Thermodynamics, Boltzmann Distribution, Thermal Radiation, Chemical Potential, Gibbs Distribution, Ideal Gas, Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein Distribution Functions, Heat and Work, Heat Engines, Phase Transformation, Van der Waal’s Equation of State, Kinetic Theory.
3; Junior (Third) Year
  
Atomic and Nuclear Structure, Radiation Sources, Radioactivity and Radiation, Interaction of Radiation with Matter, Radiation Units and Limits, Radiation Detection and Measurement, Radiation Protection , Radiation Hazard and Dosimetry, Biological Effects of Radiation, Radiation and Life (Application).
2; Sophomore (Second) Year
  
Electric Field, Gauss’s Law; Electric Potential; Capacitance and Dielectrics; Current and Resistance; Direct Current Circuits, Magnetic Field, Sources of the Magnetic Field, Faraday’s Laws of Induction.
1; Freshman (First) Year
  
Motion in One Dimension, Vectors, Motion in Two Dimensions, The Laws of Motion, Circular Motion and Other Applications of Newton’s Laws, Work and Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy, Linear Momentum and Collisions, Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis, Rolling Motion and Angular Momentum.
1; Freshman (First) Year
  
Students perform 11 experiments of 3 hr/week duration. These experiments are: Collection and Analysis of Data, Measurements and Uncertainties, Vectors: Force Table, Kinematics of Rectilinear Motion, Force and Motion,Collision in Two Dimensions, Rotational Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion: Simple Pendulum, The Behaviour of Gases with Changes in Temperature and Pressure, The Falling Sphere Viscometer, Specific Heat Capacity of Metals.
1; Freshman (First) Year
  
Students perform 12 experiments of 3 hr/ week duration. These experiments are: Electric Field Mapping, Specific Charge of Copper Ions, Power Transfer, Potentiometer, Capacitors: RC Time Constant, Kirchhoff's Laws, Magnetic Field of a Current, Lenses, Young's Double Slit Experiment, Electromagnetic Induction, Ohm's Law.
1; Freshman (First) Year
  
Nature of Light; Huygens's Principle; Fermat's Principle; Wave Equations; Superposition of Waves; Interference of Light; Optical interferometry; Production of Polarized Light; Fraunhofer Diffraction; Diffraction Grating.
2; Sophomore (Second) Year
  
Complex Numbers, Linear Equations; Vectors Matrices and Determinants, Partial Differentiation, Multiple Integrals, Vector Analysis, Fourier Series, Ordinary Differential Equations.
2; Sophomore (Second) Year
  
Students will tackle in this course advanced computational tools applied to more involved problems in physics. Topics represent implementations to what students have taken in advanced courses such as: Quantum Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics, and Solid State Physics. Simulation of real physical systems will be another part of the course.
4; Senior (Fourth) Year
  
Motion in a Straight Line, Motion in two Dimensions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, STATICS, Work, Energy and Power, Linear Momentum, Temperature and the Behavior of Gases, Thermodynamics, Thermal Properties of Matter, the Mechanics of Non Viscous Fluids, Electric Forces, Electric Fields, Electric Potentials, Direct Currents, Magnetism, Induced Currents and Fields, Nuclear Physics, Ionizing Radiation.
1; Freshman (First) Year
  
Motion in a Straight Line, Motion in two Dimensions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, STATICS, Work, Energy, and Power, Linear Momentum, Temperature and the Behavior of Gases, Thermodynamics, Thermal Properties of Matter, Electric Forces, Electric Fields, Electric Potentials, Direct Currents.
1; Freshman (First) Year
  
Equilibrium, Gravitation, Fluid Mechanics, Oscillatory Motion, Wave Motion, Heat and Thermodynamics, Inductance, AC-Theory.
2; Sophomore (Second) Year
  
Motion in a Straight Line, Vectors, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Work & Energy, Temperature, Pressure, and the Behavior of Gases, Thermodynamics, Thermal Properties of Matter, Electric Forces, Electric Fields, Electric Potentials.
0; Foundation Year for Pre-Med Students
  
Introductory Course of Modern Physics (Physics based on the two breakthroughs of the early the 20th century; quantum mechanics and relativity): Special Theory of Relativity (overview only); Quantum Nature of Radiation; Wavelike Properties of Particles; Rutherford-Bohr Model; Quantum Mechanics (basics).
2; Sophomore (Second) Year
  
This introductory course covers Wave Functions, Schrödinger Equation, Wave Palates, Probability Amplitudes, Stationary States, Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation, One-dimensional System; Potential Well and Potential Barrier Problems. Matrix Mechanics: Linear Vector Spaces, Operators, Measurements and Probability Amplitudes, Position and Momentum Space Wave Functions. Schrödinger Equation in Three Dimensions: Central Potentials, Orbital, Angular Momentum and Spin, Hydrogen-Like Atoms.
3, Junior (Third) Year
  
2; Sophomore (Second) Year