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This is a required course for all Engineering Programmes as well as Physics and Astronomy degrees. PHYS101 builds on NCEA level 3 physics to develop Mechanics, Conservation Laws, Fluids, Waves, Thermal Physics, and Electromagnetism into an essential foundation for science and technology understanding.
Your first reference for all matters related to PHYS101 should be the course outline this is available on LEARN and in the "Course Links" below. This will be updated as information becomes available throughout the course. You should also examine the discussion forums on the course web pages (see LEARN section in this document) and ask general questions in those forums.Any queries about information not covered in this course outline should be directed to the email address below, please email only that address as this helps to ensure that your questions are answered by the appropriate person. You should make the subject line of your email informative enough so that the issue you have can be identified from that subject line.EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) a) PHYS111 orNCEA 14 credits (18 credits strongly recommended) at level 3 Physics, and b) MATH101 or14 Credits (18 credits strongly recommended) at level 3 Mathematics (including the standards 'Apply differentiation methods in solving problems (91578)' and 'Apply integration methods in solving problems(91579)), or2) Cambridge: D at A level oran A at AS level in both Physics and Mathematics, or3) IB: 4 at HL or6 at SL in both Physics and Mathematics, or4) approval of the Head of Department based on alternative prior learning.
Students must attend one activity from each section.
and Martin Allen
Serway, Raymond A. et al;
Cengage Learning, 2016.
Course information and content (PDF 2169KB)
General Course Information (PDF 163KB)
Domestic fee $900.00
International fee $4,250.00
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
For further information see
School of Physical & Chemical Sciences on the department and colleges page.