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edited by Corinne A. Manogue
published by the Paradigms in Physics Program
This is a novel upper-division physics curriculum designed to address problems in the traditional curriculum. The program consists of a junior year of ten Paradigms courses and a senior year of six Capstone courses. To help students draw connections between the subdisciplines of physics, the courses mimic the organization of expert physics knowledge and problem solving. Each course uses a specific class of physics problems as the centerpiece and on which different tools and skills are built.
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