PHYS 505 Quantum Mechanics II (Graduate)

This course will develop quantum theory and apply it to physical systems. Beginning with the fundamental experiments and phenomena, the course develops the concepts of quantum mechanics, their mathematical expression in the methods of Schrödinger and Heisenberg and the solution of problems that exhibit quantum phenomena. Use of technology for visualization is a key solution technique. 

NoteThis course is available to all eligible teachers regardless of religious affiliation. Some assignments may reflect Indiana Wesleyan University’s faith-based culture

Prerequisite: A bachelor’s degree with a physics major or state certification (in any state) to teach physics at a secondary school level.

Prerequisite Courses: PHYS 501 or equivalent (recommend PHYS 502, PHYS 503 or equivalents).

Related Offerings:

Cohort 2 – Winter/Spring II 24:

PHYS 501 Mathematical Methods (W/S II 24)
PHYS 502 Classical Mechanics (SU I 24)
PHYS 503 Electromagnetism (SU II 24)
PHYS 504 Intro- Quan Mechanics (FA I 24)
PHYS 505 Quantum Mechanics II (FA lI 24
PHYS 506 Thermodynamics (W/S I 25)

Cohort 3 – Winter/Spring I 25:

PHYS 501 Mathematical Methods (W/S I 25)
PHYS 502 Classical Mechanics (W/S II 25)
PHYS 503 Electromagnetism (SU I 25)
PHYS 504 Intro- Quan Mechanics (SU II 25)
PHYS 505 Quantum Mechanics II (FA l 25)
PHYS 506 Thermodynamics (FA II 25)

*STEM VI is funded through SU II 25.  All coures beyond that date are pending funding renewal.

Indiana Wesleyan University

Semester: Fall II 2024

Instructor: TBA

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Date: 10/22/24 – 12/16/24

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grades 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: Yes

PHYS 505 Syllabus

Master of Science in Physics in Education

Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction