Prerequisites: | Calc IV (Math 235 or 255H) and Linear Algebra (Math 309 or 314) are strongly recommended. LB/PHY 415 is also very helpful. |

Office Hours: |
Tuesday 11:00 – 12:00 and Thursday 2:00 - 3:30pm, or by appointment. |

Lectures: |
MWF, 1:50-2:40pm, Room 1420 Biomedical and Physical Sciences (BPS) |

Required Text: |
Introduction
to Quantum Mechanics, David J. Griffiths, 2 |

Homework: |
There will be 12 assignments due mostly on Fridays at the beginning of class. (Due dates will switch to Wednesdays after the second midterm exam.) The lowest homework score will be dropped when calculating your final grade. You are welcome to consult with your peers when doing your homework, but you are responsible for completing the problems yourself. Copying somebody else's homework is not acceptable. |

Grader: |
Jun Hong; e-mail: hongjun9 “at” msu.edu (office hours by appointment) |

Exams: |
There will be 2 midterm exams and a final. The dates for the midterm exams are October 12 and November 16. The final exam is Wednesday, December 16 at 12:45pm. All exams are closed book. The final exam will be cumulative. |

Grades: |
Homework 30% Max. grade cut-offs: >90% 4.0 >70% 2.0 Midterm #1 20% >85% 3.5 >65% 1.5 Midterm #2 20% >80% 3.0 >60% 1.0 Final Exam 30% >75% 2.5 <60% 0.0 These cut-offs may be lowered, but they won't be raised. |

Course Outline: |
We
will cover most of chapters 1-4 of |