Physics 513 is a Web-based physics course for first-year graduate students at UTK and UTSI. The physical concepts, principles, and relations introduced in introductory and junior/senior-level physics classes are reviewed as students analyze and solve simple and advanced physics problems. Many of the problems to be analyzed and solved involve multiple core physics concepts. Physics 513 uses Web-based class modules. It is a three-hour course. Registered students meet once each week for in-class discussions. Students must complete a weekly homework assignment.
Marianne Breinig (Physics)
Office: 202 Nielsen Physics Bldg.
Office Hours: MW 2 pm - 3 pm and by appointment, face-to-face or online
Phone: (865) 974-7842
Homework assignments are based on the material covered in the Web-based
modules and in the textbook. Students are expected to submit the
assignments associated with each module on time.
Assignments are submitted on Canvas They should be typed or or legibly handwritten. There are 11 homework
assignments with 5 problems each.
There will be one take-home exam during the week Oct 17 - 23, and a final take-home exam during the week Dec 2 - 9. The exams are based on the material covered in the Web-based modules and the reading assignments.
Each exam is worth a maximum of 30 points. The homework assignments are worth a maximum of 100 points. In-class participation is worth 40 points.
|180 and above||90% and above||A|
|174 - 179||87% - 89%||A-|
|166 - 173||83% - 86%||B+|
|160 - 165||80% - 82%||B|
|154 - 159||77% - 79%||B-|
|146 - 153||73% - 76%||C+|
|140 - 145||70% - 72%||C|
|120 - 139||60% - 69%||D|
Special announcements appear on Canvas.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is committed to providing an inclusive learning environment for all students. If you anticipate or experience a barrier in this course due to a chronic health condition, a learning, hearing, neurological, mental health, vision, physical, or other kind of disability, or a temporary injury, you are encouraged to contact Student Disability Services (SDS) at 865-974-6087 or email@example.com. An SDS Coordinator will meet with you to develop a plan to ensure you have equitable access to this course. If you are already registered with SDS, please contact your instructor to discuss implementing accommodations included in your course access letter.Student Disability Services
For important additional information please see the Campus Syllabus.