Prerequisite: one of the following: 74:162 or 74:152 with "B-" or better grade or permission of Instructor.
Late in the 19th Century, many scientists believed there were few unsolved problems left in Science. Solving these problems early in the 20th Century revolutionized human thought and affected views beyond the realm of Science. This course will introduce you to the theories developed during this pivotal and exciting age in Physics.
Note: This course may be taken by students in Chemistry, Geology, Biology, who have at least some high school physics, with permission of Instructor.
3 lecture hours per week, one term.