Physics 2111

Physics for Scientists and Engineers I

The goal of this course is for students to develop a basic understanding of the physical concepts involved in classical linear and rotational kinematics and dynamics including work, energy, impulse, momentum, collisions, periodic and wave motion, and universal gravitation. A significant emphasis will be placed on the basic concepts involved. Calculations and calculus will be used as a tool to study and learn these concepts.

Class Notices

Welcome to Physics 2111 (Summer 2022)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Lectures will be held in a live in-person Monday through Thursday from 12:00 Noon - 3:00 PM in Room BIC-3535.  Lab activities will take place Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30 AM-11:55 AM.  Continue to check for updates in Blackboard and on this site as well.  You must submit proof of vaccination to the Deam of Students Office or submit to weekly COVID testing in order to attend classes.

Be sure to monitor this space for important information and course updates.  This page will be updated on a regular basis.  (Last update: July 2nd, 2022.)

  • Final Exam scores and overall averages have been posted in Blackboard.
  • Final Grades were submitted to Blackboard at 9:00 AM Saturday, July 2nd.
  • Special Note about Final Grades: The grade that you received is the grade that you earned as per the syllabus.  It is possible that the grade that you earned is different from the grade that you wanted, the grade that YOU thought you deserved, the grade that you needed so that you wouldn't get in trouble, etc.  Do not contact me asking for a grade change unless you can provide definitive mathematical proof that I made an error in calculating the grade that you earned (as per the syllabus).  The semester is over, so do not contact me asking for special considerations, extra credit projects, etc. as I will not respond kindly to such requests. 
  • Have a GREAT rest of your summer!  Be safe and stay healthy!  Good luck in your future studies!

Class Resources:

General Resources