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waves, electricity and magnetism, light and

optics, and an introduction to modern phys-

ics. The laboratory is a corequisite of this

course. A student may not receive credit for

Physics 211, 211L, Physics 212, 212L and

also Physics 161, 161L, and Physics 162,

162L. Prerequisite: PHYS 211. (4 cr)

PHYS 251 University Physics I

The calculus-based general physics course

sequence for students majoring in chemistry,

physics, or engineering. Topics: Newtonian

mechanics and gravitation, work and energy,

solids and fluids, heat and thermodynam-

ics. The laboratory is a corequisite of this

course. A student may not receive credit for

Physics 251, 251L, Physics 252, 252L and

also Physics 211, 211L, Physics 212, 212L

or Physics 161, 161L, Physics 162, 162L.

Prerequisite: MATH 165. (4 cr)

PHYS 252 University Physics II

The calculus-based general physics course

sequence for students majoring in chemistry,

physics, or engineering. Topics: vibrations

and waves, electricity and magnetism, light

and optics, and an introduction to modern

physics. The laboratory is a corequisite of

this course. A student may not receive credit

for Physics 251, 251L, Physics 252, 252L and

also Physics 211, 211L, Physics 212, 212L

or Physics 161, 161L, Physics 162, 162L.

Prerequisite: PHYS 251 and MATH 165. (4

cr)

PLSC—Plant Science

PLSC 223 Introduction to Weed Sci-

ence

Identification principles of weeds, under-

standing herbicide groups and modes of

action, the use of pesticides and under-

standing of Integrated Pest Management

principles will be the focus of this class. Safe

application of pesticide and earning a com-

mercial pesticide applicators license will also

be obtained. (3 cr)

PLSC 225 Principles of Crop Production

Introduction to basic principles of plant sci-

ence and field crop production with empha-

sis on relationships of crops to their climate

and production considerations as a means of

managing resources and the environment.

(3 cr)

PLSC 235 Field Scouting Techniques

Focus on field scouting practices for the

common pests of corn, small grains and

soybeans. (3 cr)

POLS—Political Science

POLS 115 American Government

Study of American government, political

behavior, and institutions with emphasis on

the U.S. Constitution, the democratic pro-

cess, and the structures and powers of the

executive, legislative, and judicial branches

of government. (3 cr)

POLS 116

State and Local Government

Emphasis on state and local governmental

structures as applied to North Dakota and

many of the present problems confronting

state governments, including the ongoing

issues of federalism, the balancing of pow-

ers between the executive, legislative, and

judicial branches, and the effectiveness of

the political party power structures. (3 cr)

POLS 195 Student Senate

Credit for participation in Student Senate.

The Senate is the coordinating student body

for meeting student needs in the area of

education, culture, social activity, and stu-

dent welfare. Student senators participate in

college decisions, the allocation of student

activity funds, and provide the communica-

tion lines between college administration

and students. (1 cr)