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Is physics 201 the same as EMA 201 for COE?

herewelearnherewelearn Registered User Posts: 242 Junior Member
Do you have to take EMA 201 if you have credits for physics 201 from AP physics C-M?

Replies to: Is physics 201 the same as EMA 201 for COE?

  • Madison85Madison85 Registered User Posts: 10,681 Senior Member
    When is your son's SOAR?
  • badger2018badger2018 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    They are different. EMA 201 is statics and Physics 201 is intro to physics first semester.
  • chemE38chemE38 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    The classes are considered different. Depending on what specific engineering major you are referring to, physics 201 may be acceptable. For something like mechanical engineering, I think most students still end up taking Statics. For something biomedical engineering, I believe physics can be substituted.
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