Fall 2016: Electromagnetic Theory II (171.301)
Electromagnetic Theory II is the one-semester course at the undergraduate junior level
for physics majors. It covers electrostatics, magnetostatics, electrodynamics,
electromagnetic waves, electromagnetic radiation, and related topics.
This course does not cover special relativity, which is a subject of the 171.201 or
171.207 courses. Prerequisites include Physics 171.101-102 or 171.105-106,
linear algebra and calculus 110.201-202.
Corequisites include differential equations 110.302.
Author: David J. Griffths
Blackboard: online system for keeping your scores and providing some class-internal material.
SIS (Student Information System): online system for registration, class email lists, grades.
Last update: Fri Dec 4 08:15:38 EST 2015