Mathematics and Science Division Avanté Center Y, Room Y103 847.925.6370 Physical Sciences Department Physical Sciences Department Home Page College Mission: Harper College enriches its diverse communities by providing quality, affordable, and accessible education. Harper College, in collaboration with its partners, inspires the transformation of individual lives, the workforce, and society. PHY122-002 Introductory Physics II Fall 2021 Course Syllabus General Course Information Credit Hours: 5 (3 lecture hours; 2 lab hours) Class Dates: August 23rd – December 17th, 2021 Meeting Times: Lecture: Mondays 6:00pm – 9:35pm, Lab: Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:45pm Meeting Location(s): Z-126 Modality: Face-to-Face, supplemented with Blackboard resources Online Expectations: This class will utilize the Blackboard website and McGraw-Hill Connect to accommodate class discussion, post class material, and post class related announcements. Students should logon to Blackboard within the first week of class and check the class site for announcements. Last Day to Drop for 100% Refund: August 30, 2021 Withdrawal Dates: November 22, 2021 Instructor Information Name: Dr. Randolph Claus Prefer to be Addressed as: Professor Claus Phone: 847.925.X000 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Mondays 2:00pm-4:00pm, and by appointment Office Location: D281 Preferred Method of Communication: Email is the best way to reach me. I check email daily, and will try to respond to student messages within 24 hours during the week, and on Monday morning for messages received Friday night through Sunday. Version: 6/25/21 1 Course Description Course Description: Continues PHY121. Topics in electricity, magnetism, light and modern physics. Prerequisites: PHY 121 with a grade of C or better. Course Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to: 1. Use appropriate forms of mathematical reasoning to analyze scientific problems. 2. Exhibit greater knowledge of the physical world. 3. Collect, analyze, and classify scientific information. 4. Apply basic scientific principles learned to everyday life. Expected Technical Skills: Students are required to perform basic computer processes, such as creating and saving documents, and accessing Blackboard via the internet. In addition, students are expected to submit homework online using the McGraw-Hill Connect website. Instructional and Technological Information Required Materials Readings: Title: Harper College PHY122 Lab Manual (Available in Bookstore) Technology:   Access to McGraw-Hill Connect website. This course will use the Blackboard learning management system for some materials. For the best experience with Blackboard, you will need a device with access to the internet and a compatible internet browser. Please visit Blackboard’s Browser Support page to see the current list of browsers and browser versions that are supported. Blackboard has limited functionality on mobile devices, but there is a student Blackboard App available for iOS and Android devices in the Apple App Store and Google Play. Visit the Blackboard App website for more information. You can contact the Student Service Desk at 847.925.6866 or [email protected] with any Blackboard technical questions. Other Materials:   USB flash drive Calculator (scientific or graphing) Recommended Materials Readings: Version: 6/25/21 2 Title: College Physics - Volume 2 Authors: Giambattista, Richardson, and Richardson ISBN: ISBN 978-0-07-743786-2 OR ISBN 978-0-07-351214-3 Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education Publish Date/Edition: 4th Ed. Course Assessments Assessment Overview Grading Criteria: Grading Categories 1. Homework 2. Labs (Must have a >70% grade in lab, or the final course grade will be an “F”.) 3. Quizzes 4. Exams (3 total) 5. Final Exam – Monday, Dec. 13, 2021 Total Points Percentage 10% 20% 10% 45% 15% 100% Grading Scale: Final Grade A B C D F Percentage 90 – 100% 80 – 89% 70 –79% 60 – 69% 0 – 59% Category Descriptions 1. Homework: Each week approximately 10-15 homework problems will be assigned. Homework assignments must be completed online (see below) unless instructed otherwise. Students will be notified in advance when homework will be collected in class. Solutions to the homework problems will be made available. The lowest homework score will be dropped when determining final course grades. Students must submit homework online using the McGraw-Hill Connect website (connect.mcgr

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