AST 3402: Astrophysics II
Course Description for Astrophysics II
Prerequisite: AST 3217 or permission of the instructor
Co-requisite: PHY 3101 or permission of the instructor
Description: This course is part of a two-semester upper-level introduction to the Astrophysics sequence. It presents the physical and mathematical treatment of the properties of the universe and the bodies within it, including a study of the formation, structure and evolution of galaxies, galactic and extragalactic media, clustering and large scale structure and cosmology.
Availability: This course is normally offered alternate years only.