Physics Department
The science of nature, or of natural objects.
Courses highlighted in bold green are Academy Core Courses.
 PHYS101: Concepts
 A conceptual study of the implications of modern physics on how we view space, time, and reality. Includes an introduction to the ideas of relativity and quantum physics.
 PHYS180: Elementary Temporal Mechanics
 An overview of basic theories regarding time travel and temporal mechanics, with various case studies examined in detail.
 PHYS201: General Physics 1
 Mechanics, heat, and sound.
 PHYS202: General Physics 2
 Electricity, magnetism, and optics.
 PHYS225: Classical Mechanics
 Central force problem, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms, and special relativity.
 PHYS250: Vibrations and Waves
 Mechanical and electromagnetic waves. Fourier analysis and vector calculus.
 PHYS260: Ionising Radiation
 Elective course on the specifics of ionising radiation. Emphasis on radiobiology, radiation safety, nuclear technology and practical applications.
 PHYS275: Electrodynamics
 Electrostatics, electromagnetic fields, currents, and Maxwell's equations.
 PHYS280: Advanced Temporal Mechanics
 An insight into advanced studies of temporal physics, with an emphasis on mathematical and chemical theories. Cosmological temporal theories are explored as well.
 PHYS300: Quantum Mechanics
 Mathematical formalism of quantum theory. The Schrödinger equation and operator algebra. Bound state solutions and angular momentum.
 PHYS320: Theory of Everything
 Elective course detailing the current and past attempts of combining Quantum Mechanics and Relativity, socalled QuantumRelativity theory, also known to many species as the solution to scientist searching for a 'theory of everything'.
 PHYS350: Thermodynamics
 The laws of thermodynamics, classical and quantum distribution functions, and an introduction to statistical mechanics.
 PHYS400: Warp Theory
 Advanced and complete course on warp theory, from Zephram Cochrane to Biomatter systems.
 PHYS410: Highenergy Theory
 Elective course detailing the mechanics of some highenergy systems, including black holes, gravity wells, and Omega particle mechanics.
