The physics laboratories provide hands-on experience in applying the concepts and principles learned in Physics lectures. Students analyze data obtained through the use of scientific inquiry skills, gain familiarity with physical measurement and equipment, discuss uncertainty and present it in a scientific manner. University Physics I Lab covers experiment dealing with Newtonian mechanics, velocity, acceleration, Newton’s laws of motion, gravity, equilibrium, energy, work, power, momentum, and wave phenomena. University Physics II Lab experiments cover fundamental topics of electricity and magnetism such as Coulomb’s Law, current and DC circuits, resistivity, Kirchhoff circuits, capacitance and RC circuits, magnetic field and currents, magnetic induction, Faraday’s and Lenz Law, alternating currents, and geometric optics. All physics labs are computerized and state of the art instruments, software and data acquisitions tools from Pasco Scientific.