Preston Ridge Campus, LH213                                                 PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
972.377.1640
mbrooks@collin.edu

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I teach a variety of physics and physical science courses online. Through the use of innovative teaching resources and available technology, I believe your experience in my online classroom can be as good or better than that in a traditional on-campus course. All information and class communications are accessed through Canvas available through CougarWeb. To provide as much course information up-front as possible, I've included important information for my online courses below.
 
 
Physical Science I - PHYS 1415
This completely online course covers introductory physics and chemistry principles and is taught conceptually (math is minimized). Labs are based on interesting at-home activities and online simulations.
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Physical Science II - PHYS 1417
This completely online course covers introductory astronomy concepts. Labs are based on at-home astronomical observations and simulations. PHYS 1415 is NOT required for this course!
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College Physics I - PHYS 1401
This is a hybrid course with an online lecture and on-campus lab. Algebra-based physics course for the science major in areas of biology, medicine, and pharmacy. Includes laws of motion, heat, work and energy, and sound.
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University Physics I - PHYS 2425
This is a hybrid course with an online lecture and on-campus lab. Fundamental principles of physics, using calculus, for science, computer science, and engineering majors; the principles and applications of classical and modern mechanics, including harmonic motion, physical systems, and the laws of thermodynamics.
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University Physics II - PHYS 2426 (summers only)
This is a hybrid course with an online lecture and on-campus lab. Principles of physics for science, computer science, and engineering majors, using calculus, involving the principles of electricity and magnetism, including circuits, electromagnetism, waves, sound, light, optics, and modern physics.
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