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PHYS 330

Astrophysics II

In astrophysics the concepts of classical and modern physics are applied to the study of astronomy, providing a physical basis for understanding the components and structure of our universe. Topics covered in Astrophysics II include: the Milky Way, galaxies and galactic structure, active galactic nuclei, high energy phenomena, dark matter, and an introduction to cosmology. Prerequisite: PHYS 130 and either PHYS 104 or 320. PHYS 270 recommended.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
PHYS 130 and either PHYS 104 or 320. PHYS 270 recommended 1 course

Spring Semester information

Mary Kertzman

330A: Astrophysics II