Physics 222 is a 4 credit-hour, introductory physics course with laboratory. There are 5 sections.
Dr. Marianne Breinig (Physics)
Office: 202 Nielsen Physics Bldg.
Office Hours: WF 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM, M 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM
Rawl, Ryan Patrick
This course is taught in a hybrid format.
Students will only meet once per week for one hour and 15 minutes in a large lecture hall (Thursdays, 11:10 – 12:25, room 415, Nielsen Physics Building) and once per week, by section, for 2 hours and 30 minutes in a studio physics classroom (Tuesdays or Wednesdays, room 207 Nielsen Physics Building). Attendance is mandatory for both meetings. The traditional second meeting in the large lecture hall is replaced by online activities that students schedule themselves.
Students are responsible for their own learning.
"College Physics", a free, online textbook by OpenStax College (http://openstaxcollege.org/).
The link to the HTML version is
without Concept Coach, or
with Concept Coach.
For information about Concept Coach got to Course information on Blackboard.
A PDF copy of the book can be downloaded from the OpenStax website.
Homework assignments are based on the material covered in the
web-based modules. Students are expected to submit two assignments per week on Blackboard, one pre-lab assignment and one
homework assignment. The assignments must be submitted on time for credit.
There will be two one-hour, in-class exams, on September 27 or 28 and on November 1 or 2 during the first hour of the studio session, and a 80 minute final exam during the exam period.
Up to 50 points extra credit will be available, 25 points from answering Concept Coach questions and 25 points in-class extra credit.
Test 1 and test 2 are worth a maximum of 75 points each and the final exam is worth a maximum of 100 points. Your studio session work is worth a maximum of 125 points. All pre-lab and homework assignments together are worth a maximum of 75 points. Class participation is worth a maximum of 50 points. Extra credit points are added to your total score from tests, laboratories, assignments, and class participation.
|450 and above||90% and above||A|
|435-449||87% - 89%||A-|
|415-434||83% - 86%||B+|
|400-414||80% - 82%||B|
|385-399||77% - 79%||B-|
|365-384||73% - 76%||C+|
|350-364||70% - 72%||C|
|335-349||67% - 69%||C-|
|315-334||63% - 66%||D+|
|300-314||60% - 62%||D|
|285-299||57% - 59%||D-|
For announcements check the Class Pages on Blackboard regularly.
If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a documented disability, please contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS). This will ensure that you are properly registered for the services provided by ODS.Disability Services
For important additional information please see the Campus Syllabus.