Physics for Civil Engineering

CIVL 1002

Course description

Students investigate basic physics principles utilizing mathematics and problem solving in physics applications. Topics include the International System of Units (SI) of measurements, kinematics, dynamics and work, power, energy, motion, sound, heat, and light. Practical examples are used to illustrate key principles of physics.



Course Hours



Post Secondary level MATH 1028 Mathematics for Constructions Minimum Grade of 50
or Post Secondary level MATH 1046 Ext Math for Construction Minimum Grade of 50

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