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Subject Code and Number
The Subject code and Number indicate the specific course and its level. Courses numbered 200 are considered second year, 300 are third year, etc.
The value for each course is noted in credits
University transferability is noted here. Information regarding transferability is subject to change without notice because receiving institutions determine transferability. Information in this calendar is believed to be correct at the time of calendar preparation. For more specific information on SFU, OU, UBC, UNBC, UVic, and TWU transfer status, please consult the BC Transfer guide, available online at: www.bccat.bc.ca. You should always consult the particular institutions Transfer Guide when considering future transfer, whether to another university or to a professional organization (e.g. Certified General Accountants). The B.C. Transfer Guide is available at UCFV Student Services, libraries, and online at: www.bccat.bc.ca.
Consult an educational advisor or program advisor if you have questions about particular requirements for your program.
PHYS 111: (subject code and number)
Prerequisites: Physics 11 or PHYS 100; Physics 12 recommended
Corequisite: MATH 111 (Calculus) (may be taken as a prerequisite)
Transferability: UBC, SFU, UVic, OU, TWU
The course is
intended for students who are planning to study engineering, science, or life sciences.
Topics covered include: vectors, kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, collisions,
rotational kinematics, rotational dynamics, simple harmonic motion, and gravitation. The
object is to understand the fundamental laws of mechanics, to learn how to apply the
theory to solve related problems, and to develop a feeling for the order
Prerequisites and Corequisites
a specific course, or courses (or other requirement), that must be successfully completed
with a minimum grade of C-
Corequisite: a specific course, or courses, which must be taken at the same time as a registered course. In some cases, the corequisite may be taken previously. If taken previously, a minimum grade of C- is required unless otherwise specified.
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