Courses: Freshman Seminar in Astrophysics (ASTRH152I01)

Spring 2009

This half-credit course is intended for prospective physical science majors with an interest in recent developments in astrophysics. Topics in modern astrophysics will be viewed in the context of underlying physical principles. Topics include black holes, quasars, neutron stars, supernovae, dark matter, the Big Bang, and Einstein's relativity theories.

Prerequisites: Physics 101a or 105a and concurrent enrollment in Physics 102b or 106b (or Bryn Mawr equivalents).

Fulfills: NA II


Astronomy (Web site)

Taught By

Stephen Boughn (Profile)

Meeting Times

M 7:30-10:00pm