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EF 141 - Introduction to Physics and Modeling for Engineers I

4 Credit Hours
An introduction to physics concepts for engineering, ways to model these concepts using numerical methods, and skills and practices necessary for a successful engineering career. Topics include vectors, kinematics, Newton’s Laws, forces, numerical methods applications for modeling highlighted physics concepts, and an introduction to the university, exploration of engineering disciplines, and personal, academic, and professional skills development. Skills learned will include the ability to apply physics concepts to real-world problems, ability to use programming software to model physics concepts, and the ability to recognize and practice concepts related to successful engineering practice such as time management and a working knowledge of tools and strategies valuable to engineering study.

Satisfies Volunteer Core Requirement: (EI)
Grading Restriction: Letter grade only.
(RE) Corequisite(s): MATH 131 .
Comment(s): Students who receive any grade in EF 151 * or EF 157 * may not register for EF 141 without instructor permission.
Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Engineering or Biosystems Engineering.



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