Physics 232c is the follow-up course to 231c. It is a non-calculus-based general physics class, recommended for a variety of majors, such as those pursuing a pre-med education. Topics include: electromagnetism, circuits, optics, quantum physics, nuclear physics and a brief coverage of elementary particle physics and astrophysics.


Professor Daniel Stump
#1312 BPS Building, (517)355-9200 ext. 2035

Richard Hallstein,
#1253 BPS Building, (517) 355-9200, ext. 2517
Office Hours:  Tuesday and Wednesday 1:00-2:00 PM in BPS 1248

Help Room Hours (BPS 1248)

Tuesday 1:00PM -- 4:00PM and 6:00PM -- 9:00PM

Wednesday 1:00PM -- 4:00PM and 6:00PM -- 9:00PM

Thursday 9:00AM -- 12:00PM and 1:00PM -- 4:00PM

During helproom hours, one graduate teaching assistant will be available to answer questions online within Lon-Capa. Questions about a specific homework problem should be posted using the "Post Discussion" located just below the homework problem. Although sufficient assistance can befound on some of the less complicated problems using the "Post Discussion" option, better service is available by working with other students and the graduate teaching assistants in the help room.

All course material, including homework and "lectures" are posted on the LON-CAPA website 

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Last updated: Thursday May 10, 2005