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Phys 101
وحدات القبياس، الحركة في بعد واحد، المنتجات، الحركة في ثلاث ابعاد، الحركة والقوى، قوانين نيوتن، الشغل وطاقة الحركة، طاقة الوضع والقوى المحافظة، قانون حفظ الطاقة، مركز الكتلة والزخم الخطي، الحركة الدورانية، السرعة الدورانية والتسارع الزاوي، عزم الثور الذاتي، العزم الدوراني، الزخم الزاوي
Phys 102
Electric charge and Coombs law, Electric field, Gauss law, Electric potential, Capacitance, Current and resistance, Circuits, Magnetic fields, Biot-Savart law and Ampere’s law, Induction and inductance.
Phys 202
- The view of the Visible Universe (Sky),The Celestial Sphere ,The apparent motion of Celestial bodies, the ecliptic, seasons, Zodiac, Phases of the Moon, Solar Eclipses, Lunar Eclipses, Early Astronomy in Iraq, Egypt, Greece, India, china, Arab Muslim Lands The Renaissance Age (Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler (Kepler Laws), Galileo Galili, Issac Newton and its laws of motion. Photography, Spectral studies of the stars, spectral energy distribution curves for hot bodies, Wien's law, Stefan's law, stellar brightness, Luminosities, Doppler Effect. Telescopes on earth and in space, optical telescopes (Reflectors and Refractors), Radio telescopes.  The planet Mercury, Venus, Earth and its Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Asteroids and Comets.
The Sun. Evolutionary theories (nebular hypothesis), The Centrifugal force hypothesis, The turbulence hypothesis, The planetesimal theory, Catastrophic theories, and Modern theory.
Phys 352
Wave packets and the uncertainty relations, Schrödinger equation, eigenfunctions and eigenvalues, potentials in one-dimension, structure of wave mechanics, and operator methods in Q.M., Schrödinger equation in three dimensions, angular momentum, and Ideal hydrogen atom.
Phys 441
Basic concepts, Elements of quantum mechanics, Nuclear forces (Brief), Nuclear properties, Properties of nuclear forces , Nuclear models, Nuclear radioactivity, Alpha-decay, Beta-decay, Gamma decay, Nuclear reactions (fission and fusion), Applications.
Phys 305
This course is an introduction to meteorology. Basic physical concepts of atmospheric structure,
moisture and energy are covered first followed by clouds and precipitation. Forces controlling the winds are discussed next. The second half of the course focuses on large-scale and global atmospheric dynamics, climate variability and change, as well as on their implications for regional weather.
Phys 332
مراجعة لتحليل المتجهات. الكهرباء الساكنة وتشمل حساب المجال بطرق مختلفة، حساب الشغل والطاقة، وخواص الموصلات. الطرق الخاصة لحساب المجال الكهربائي وتشمل طريقة الأخيلة وطريقة  فصل المتغيرات وتحليل متعدد الأقطاب. الأستقطاب الكهربائي للمواد العازلة والمجال الناشئ عنها و العوازل الخطية وخصائصها. المغناطيسية الثابتة وطرق حسابها.
Phys 261
Fundamental concepts, Equation of state, The first law of thermodynamics, Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics, Thermodynamic potentials and the third law of thermodynamics, Applications of thermodynamics to simple systems.
Phys 312
Phys 461
Phys 201
Phys 611
Phys 631
Phys 341
Phys 103
Oscillations, Transverse and Longitudinal Waves, Sound Waves, Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current, Electromagnetic Waves, Interference, Diffraction.
2017/2018
Phys 251
Phys 252
Phys 281
Phy 311
Newtonian mechanics is studied using advanced mathematics and techniques. Topics include kinematics and dynamics of motion in one, two, and three dimensions. Central forces. Many particle systems. Rotation of rigid bodies about a fixed axis. Gravity.
Phys 100
- A brief history of astronomy, The Celestial Sphere, The apparent motion of Celestial bodies, observation of stellar maps for different seasons, the ecliptic, seasons, Zodiac, celestial coordinate systems, Phases of the Moon, Solar Eclipses, Lunar Eclipses, Early Astronomy in Iraq, Egypt, Greece, India, china, Arab Muslim Lands The Renaissance Age (Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler (Kepler Laws), Galileo Galili, Issac Newton and its laws of motion. Telescopes on earth and in space, optical telescopes (Reflectors and Refractors), Radio telescopes.  The planet Mercury, Venus, Earth and its Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Asteroids and Comets.
The Sun. calendars and its computations, solar and sidereal day, tropical, civil, leap, Hijrey year, conversion of Gregorian dates into Hijrey dates .Evolutionary theories of the solar system and the creation of the universe.