PHYS 101 General Physics (I) (3+1)
Reflection and refraction of light, lenses, optical instruments, wave theory of height, interference, diffraction and polarization of light. Electrostatics,
electric current and DC circuits, electromagnetism and AC circuits, electrical instruments.  Introduction to quantum theory, atomic spectra, X-rays, properties of nuclei, radioactivity

PHYS 102 General Physics (II) (3+1)
Vectors, Motion in straight line, Newton’s Laws of motion, work, energy and momentum, simple harmonic motion, elasticity, mechanics of non-viscous fluids, flow of viscous fluids, surface tension, temperature, quantity of heat, work and heat.

PHYS 106 Physics for Health Science Students (3+1)
Pre-requisite: None
Specific Course Objectives: This course is designed for students in Health Science to enable them to appreciate the basic concepts of physics which are relevant to their further studies.


PHYS 209 Biophysics (3 credit-hours)
Animal mechanics, properties of fluids, heat and heat flow in biological systems, nature of sound and sound intensity, applications on sound hearing, echolocation, use of ultrasound in medicine, nature of light, applications on image formation, resolution of eye, mechanism of vision, colour vision, biological effects of UV and visible radiation, radiation biophysics, radiation dose and its measurement, RBE, multitarget theory, laser in medicine.

PHYS 291 Wave Phenomena Laboratory (2 credit-hours)
Young's double slit experiment, Diffraction grating, Prism Spectrometer, determination of refractive index, Newton's rings, Refractometer. (Abbe's) study of polarization of light. Fresnel biprism experiment, Verification of the inverse square law for light radiation and determination of the absorption coefficient of light in glass using a photocell.  Meld's experiment, Loyed's Mirror.

PHYS 313 Classical Mechanics (II) (3 credit-hours)
Principles of Analytical Mechanics.  Lagrange Formulation - Applications - Hamiltonian Formulation - Physical Significance of the Hamiltonian - Hamilton equations - Applications - Charged particle in an electromagnetic field - Applications.

PHYS 342 Statistical Physics (I) (3 credit-hours)
First and Second Laws, General formulation of the second law, heat capacity of solids, the perfect classical gas, the perfect quintal gas, systems of variable particle numbers.

PHYS 353 Modern Physics (I) (3 credit-hours)
The special theory of relativity.  The particle like properties of electromagnetic radiation.  The wavelike properties of particles.  The Schrodinger equation.  The Rutherford-Bohr model of the atoms.  The hydrogen atom in wave mechanics.

PHYS 381 Radiation Physics (3 credit-hours)
Definitions of radiation quantities and doses and their units, instruments for measuring personal doses, radiation monitoring and radioactive contamination, biological effects of radiation, external and internal radiation exposure, radiation protection and shielding, recommendations of IAEC, protection against different radiation sources, decontamination, radioactive waste management.


PHYS 454 Quantum Mechanics (I) (3 credit-hour)
Spin. Addition of Angular Momenta.  Identical Particles.  Time-independent Perturbation Theory.  Helium Atom. Schrodinger equation. Hydrogen Atom.

PHYS 498  Student’s Research.