**Physics 1020****Introductory Physics I** is a non-calculus based introduction to mechanics.

Lectures: Three hours per week

Laboratories: Normally six laboratory sessions per semester, with each session lasting a maximum of two hours.

Tutorials/Problem Sessions: Scheduled during weeks when there are no laboratories, at the instructor’s discretion.

Prerequisite: Level III Advanced Mathematics or Mathematics 1090. Mathematics 1090 may be taken concurrently. It is recommended that students have completed at least one of Level II and Level III high school physics courses, however, this course may be completed by someone who has no physics background provided some extra effort is made.

**Physics 1021****Introductory Physics II** is a non-calculus based introduction to fluids, wave motion, light, optics, electricity and magnetism.

Lectures: Three hours per week

Laboratories: Normally six laboratory sessions per semester, with each session lasting a maximum of two hours.

Tutorials/Problem Sessions: Scheduled during weeks when there are no laboratories, at the instructor’s discretion.

Prerequisite: Physics 1020 or 1050 and Mathematics 1090 or Math 1000, either of which may be taken concurrently

**Physics 1050****General Physics I: Mechanics** is a calculus- based introduction to mechanics. The course will emphasize problem solving.

Lectures: Three hours per week

Laboratories: Normally six laboratory sessions per semester, with each session lasting a maximum of two hours.

Tutorials/Problem Sessions: Scheduled during weeks when there are no laboratories, at the instructors’ discretion.

Prerequisite: Mathematics 1000, which may be taken concurrently

**Physics 1051****General Physics II: Oscillations, Waves, Electromagnetism** is a calculus-based introduction to oscillations, wave motion, physical optics and electromagnetism.

Lectures: Three hours per week

Laboratories: Normally six laboratory sessions per semester, with each session lasting a maximum of two hours.

Tutorials/Problem Sessions: Scheduled during weeks when there are no laboratories, at the instructor’s discretion.

Prerequisite: Physics 1020 (with a minimum grade of 65 per cent), 1021 or 1050 and Mathematics 1001. Mathematics 1001 may be taken concurrently