Hello, 3inx5in-ga!
I have spent quite a bit of time looking for online physics classes.
Unfortunately, of those that are offered online, very few meet your
criteria. Here are the only three I found!
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY Independent Study
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I have had good experience with BYU Independent Study classes. You
can go at your own place and enroll any time during the year. This is
the best physics class I have found pertaining to your criteria.
Description - Continuation of PHSCS 105 (Introductory Applied Physics,
Part 1). Topics include electricity and magnetism, atomic and nuclear
physics, and optics. 17 lessons, 1 submitted; 6 proctored midcourse;
proctored final.
http://ce.byu.edu/is/site/courses/description.cfm?subject=88&course=PHSCS106Introductory%2520Applied%2520Physics%252C%2520Part%25202
Course Content Credits: 3
Tuition: $ 390.00
1. Electric Forces and Electric Fields
2. Electric Energy and Capacitance
3. Curent and Resistance
4. Direct Current Circuits
5. Magnetism
6. Induced Voltage and Inductance
7. Alternating Circuits and Electromagnetic Waves
8. Reflection and Refraction of Light
9. Mirrors and Lenses
10. Wave Optics
11. Optical Instruments
12. Relativity
13. Quantum Physics
14. Atomic Physics
15. Nuclear Physics
16. Nuclear Energy and Elementary Particles
17. Assignment to be Submitted
More BYU online physics classes can be found here:
http://ce.byu.edu/is/site/courses/select.cfm?type=univ
INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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* This is last summer's offering. The new online schedule is not out
yet. You will need to check back.
PY 112 Physics II Lecture, 3 Credits (3 Lecture hours) Prerequisite: PY 111
http://www.py.iup.edu/dist-learn/py2/week1/py2syllabus.html
Electricity and Magnetism, (Heat), Light, Atomic and Nuclear Physics,
and an elementary introduction to Relativity and Quantum Theory.
Syllabus - Department of Physics - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
III. Course Outline
Part 1
Electricity and Magnetism
1. Electric Charges and Electric Fields (Ch 16)
2. Electric Potential and Capacitance (Ch 17)
3. Electric Current and Resistance (Ch 18)
4. Magnetism (Ch 19)
5. Electromagnetic Induction (Ch 20)
6. Alternating-Current Circuits (Ch 21)
Part 2
Light and Optics
7. Geometrical Optics (Ch 22)
8. Optical Instruments (Ch 23)
9. Wave Optics (Ch 24)
Part 3
Modern Physics
10. Relativity (Ch 25)
11. The Discovery of Atomic structure (Ch 26)
12. Origins of Quantum Theory (Ch 27)
13. Quantum Mechanics (Ch 28)
14. The Nucleus (Ch 29)
15. Lasers, Holography, and Color (Ch 30)
16. Condensed Matter (Ch 31)
17. Elementary Particle Physics (Ch 3
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA - CHAPEL HILL
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PHYS 103/25E (UNC-Chapel Hill) General Physics
http://www.fridaycenter.unc.edu/cp/catalog/physics.html
PHYS 103/25E is an algebra-based college course in general physics.
It is the second course in a two-course sequence that covers all the
basic areas of physics.
* This course covers electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics.
In addition to presenting the various physical principles that apply
in the areas of physics, the courses develop skills in thinking
through problems, applying basic principles, expressing problems in
mathematical terms and equations, solving mathematical equations to
obtain numerical results, and expressing and comparing those numerical
results with experimental results. The problem-solving skills you
learn here can often be applied to other areas of intellectual inquiry
outside of physics. High school teachers can take this course as PHYS
125E under special arrangement with the instructor. If you are
interested in this option, contact Professor Rowan. You will be
required to complete the online work of PHYS 103/25E, the final exam,
and a term paper. Prerequisite: PHYS 102/24E and a good knowledge of
algebra and trigonometry. Restrictions: This online course is not open
to UNC-Chapel Hill students. This course does not include the lab
component. The lab (PHYS 105L/25L, Section 400) can be taken during a
later semester if the student is admitted to UNC-Chapel Hill.
Credit hours: 3, lower level
Submitted assignments: 19
Instructor: Larry Rowan, PhD
Required textbooks and equipment: Serway and Faughn, College
Physics Vol. 2 , 7th edition (2005); Serway and Faughn, Study Guide
and Solution Manual for College Physics Vol. 2, 7th edition (2005); a
basic scientific calculator
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I hope these help!
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