Official course description: Four credits each semester. Three class periods and one 3-hour laboratory period. Recommended preparation for PHYS 1401Q: MATH 1131Q. Prerequisite for PHYS 1402Q: PHYS 1401Q. Recommended preparation for PHYS 1402Q: MATH 1132Q. PHYS 1401Q is not open for credit to students who have passed PHYS 1501Q or 1601Q. PHYS 1402Q not open for credit to students who have passed PHYS 1502Q or 1602Q. PHYS 1401Q may be taken for not more than 2 credits, with the permission of the instructor, by students who have received credits for PHYS 1201Q. PHYS 1402Q may be taken for not more than 2 credits, with the permission of the instructor, by students who have received credit for PHYS 1202Q. Quantitative study of the basic facts and principles of physics. The laboratory offers fundamental training in physical measurements. Recommended for students planning to apply for admission to medical, dental or veterinary schools and also recommended for science majors for whom a one year introductory physics course is adequate. CA 3-LAB.