Paul Mikulski
usna.edu/Users/physics/mikulski
mikulski@usna.edu
CH255 (near Bancroft/Chapel corner)

Course Policy Statement
SP212.3311 and SP212.4411
Learning Outcomes:
  1. Remember and recall statements of the definitions, concepts and laws that govern classical electricity, magnetism and light.
  2. Describe the concepts and laws that govern classical electricity, magnetism and light.
  3. Apply the concepts and laws of classical electricity, magnetism and light to solve both qualitative and quantitative single-step problems.
  4. Analyze quantitative and qualitative problems involving two or more concepts and laws of electricity, magnetism and light.
  5. Combine concepts and laws to solve such problem.
  6. Evaluate how well the concepts and laws of electricity, magnetism, and light fit observations of physical phenomena.

Marking period grades:

Course grade: 70% 16 week average, 30% final exam (50 multiple-choice questions).

Your notebook: Your notebook is an organized record of work you wish to share with me. Essential components to your notebook:

Calculator, Equation Sheet: On my exams and the final you may only use the TI-36X Pro. For my exams you may use your own copy of the course equation sheet (it is OK to have personal annotations on it). For the final exam, the equation sheet is provided with the exam (you will not be able to use your personal copy).