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PHYS 246: Electronics

Modern scientific work relies heavily on electronic circuitry and computation. This course examines the fundamentals of analog and digital electronics, explores the applications of discrete and integrated circuits, and introduces the broad topic of computer control of experiments. Students develop hands-on skills in circuit building, computer interfacing, and programming in LabView®. Students attend one laboratory period each week. Offered alternate years. Counts toward computer science major.
Prerequisite: PHYS 125 or PHYS 131.

Media Studies

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...in the Electronic Medium PHYS 252 Musical Acoustics...in American Studies ART 246 New York Art...

Neuroscience

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...Invertebrate Biology MATH 236 Mathematics of Biology PHYS 246 Electronics PSYCH 235 Sensation and Perception...

Physics

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...Design Practicum (PHYS 360), Materials Engineering and Nanoscience (PHYS 362), Electronics (PHYS 246) and/or...