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Sights and Sounds

Instructor
Boye

An examination of the production, propagation, storage, detection and perception of sound and light. Applications will focus on current practices in live performance and the means of high fidelity sound and high definition image storage and production. The level will be geared toward a non-technical audience. One laboratory period per week.

Students entering 2012 and after: satisfies the Natural Science distribution requirement.
Students entering before 2012: counted toward the fulfillment of the Natural Science and Mathematics distribution requirement.
Fulfills the lab science reqirement.


Prerequisites:

Not open to student with credit in PHY 115.