 PH 111X. STUDIO PHYSICSMECHANICS
 PH 210X. PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS
 PH 350X. OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS
 PH 1110. GENERAL PHYSICSMECHANICS
 PH 1111. PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICSMECHANICS
 PH 1120. GENERAL PHYSICSELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
 PH 1121. PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICSELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
 PH 1130. MODERN PHYSICS
 PH 1140. OSCILLATIONS, AND WAVES
 PH 2101. PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS
 PH 2201. INTERMEDIATE MECHANICS I
 PH 2202. INTERMEDIATE MECHANICS II
 PH 2301. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
 PH 2501. PHOTONICS
 PH 2502. LASERS
Undergraduate Courses
 PH 2510. ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY
 PH 2520. INTRODUCTION TO ASTROPHYSICS
 PH 2540. SOLAR SYSTEMS
 PH 2550. ATMOSPHERIC AND SPACE ENVIRONMENTS
 PH 2601. PHOTONICS LABORATORY
 PH 2651. INTERMEDIATE PHYSICS LABORATORY
 PH 3206. STATISTICAL PHYSICS
 PH 3301. ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
 PH 3401. QUANTUM MECHANICS I
 PH 3402. QUANTUM MECHANICS II
 PH 3501. RELATIVITY
 PH 3502. SOLID STATE PHYSICS
 PH 3503. NUCLEAR PHYSICS
 PH 3504. OPTICS
Supplemental Undergraduate Courses

PH 350X. OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS
The course will cover the optical physics of solid state materials, including the classical description of optical propagation and reflectivity, quantum treatment of absorption and luminescence, and excitonic effects. The phenomena will be illustrated by discussing the optical properties of insulators, semiconductors, metals, as well as their nanostructures. The course will conclude with a brief introduction to nonlinear optics.
Recommended background: A basic understanding of electricity and magnetism (PH1121 or equivalent), and introduction to quantum mechanics (at level of a modern physics course, PH1130) is recommended. 
PH 370X. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS
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This course will provide an exposure to modeling and computational approaches to problems in a wide range of areas in physics including classical, quantum, statistical and biological physics. While a variety of numerical methods of interest to physicists will be covered, the emphasis is on the physics that can be done with these methods. Some of the topics will include radioactive decay, realistic projectile motion, chaotic systems, waves, spectral methods and normal modes, random walks and Brownian motion, physics of traffic flow, percolation and forest fires, random processes and the Monte Carlo method, phase transitions and the Ising Model, molecular dynamics, the Schrodinger equation, and simple models of protein folding. This course is appropriate to anyone interested in developing their computational and modeling skills with applications to physical problems.
Recommended background: Basic understanding of mechanics, electricity and magnetism (PH1111, PH1121 or equivalent), and introduction to modern physics (PH1130 or equivalent), introduction to differential equations (MA 2051 or equivalent), introduction to programming (CS 1004 or equivalent).
Suggested background: Introduction to oscillation and waves (at level of PH1140), introduction to linear algebra (MA 2071 or equivalent), introduction to object oriented programming (CS 2102, CS 2119 or equivalent).
Graduate Courses
Supplemental Graduate Courses

PH 597: SP TOP:FUND OF BIOLOG PHYSICS
This course will focus on biophysics of cells with an emphasis on mechanics. After an introduction to the relevant length and time scales, forces, and mechanical equilibrium in cells, the following topics will be covered: entropy and the Boltzmann distribution, twostate systems and cooperativity, biopolymers as random walks, singlemolecule mechanics, models of proteins, mechanics of cytoskeletal filaments and beam theory, membranes and cell shape, fluid mechanics in cells, diffusion and molecular crowding, reactiondiffusion systems, biopolymer dynamics, dynamics of molecular motors, ratchet models and force generation.

PH 597: ST:APPLD DIAGNSTC MEDCL PHYSC
The purpose of this course is to introduce diagnostic medical physics with focus on the fundamental imaging physics principles and the clinical applications. Students will be introduced to different medical imaging modalities including general radiography, fluoroscopy, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ultrasound scan imaging, and nuclear medicine. The course will be composed of both didactic lectures in the classroom and handson experience with the state of the art imaging equipment in a hospital.