Kenneth Pestka II, Ph.D., Teaching

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Courses that I currently teach are:Kenneth Pestka, Ph.D.

Physics 308, Classical Mechanics

Physics 232, Experimental Physics II

Physics 120 & 120 Lab, General Physics I


Courses that I have previously taught are:

Physics 451, Quantum Mechanics I, senior level course for physics majors

Physics 398, Physics Seminar, senior level course on selected topics

Physics 315, Introduction to Electrodynamics II, upper division electrodynamics course for physics majors

Physics 314, Introduction to Electrodynamics I, upper division electrodynamics course for physics majors

Physics 308, Classical Mechanics, upper division mechanics course for physics majors

Physics 232, Experimental Physics II, advanced laboratory for physics majors

Physics 230, Modern Physics

Physics 221, Math Methods for Physical Sciences II

Physics 205, Stellar Evolution and Cosmology, for upper division science majors

Physics 200, Conceptual Physics, physics for non-science majors

Physics 121 & 121 Lab, General Physics II, algebra based electricity, magnetism, optics and modern physics

Physics 120 & 120 Lab, General Physics I, algebra based mechanics, waves and thermodynamics

Physics 112 & 112 Lab, Introductory Astronomy: Solar System, Stellar, Galactic and Extra-Galactic                   

Physics 105, Evolution of the Universe, stellar evolution and cosmology for non-science majors

Physics 100, The Physics of Science Fiction, for non-science majors