## Classes

# Undergraduate Classes

## AST 100: Astronomy Today

A seminar course on contemporary astronomy topics.

(F2010, F2011, F2014, F2015, F2020)

## AST 105: Introduction to the Solar System

An introduction to the solar system for non-science majors. [syllabus]

(F2007, F2008, F2009, F2011, S2014, S2015)

## AST 203: Astronomy

An introduction to astronomy and astrophysics for students with a background in physics. [syllabus]

(S2007, S2008, S2009, S2010, S2011, S2012, S2017, S2019)

## AST 205: Introduction to Planetary Sciences

An introduction to the solar system and planets for students with a background in physics. [syllabus]

(F2010, F2014, F2016)

## AST 341: Stars and Radiation

An introduction stellar interiors, evolution, and atmospheres. [syllabus]

(F2018, F2020)

# Graduate Classes

## PHY 521: Stars

Graduate course on stellar structure, evolution, etc. [course webpage]

(F2013, F2015)

## PHY 546: Python for Scientific Computing

A one-hour graduate course that introduces python and associated scientific libraries and how the apply to common tasks in scientific computing. [course webpage]

(S2016, S2017, S2018; as special topics, PHY 683: S2014, S2015)

## PHY 599: Graduate Seminar: Nuclear, Particle, and Astronomy

(F2006, S2007, S2013)

## PHY 604: Computational Methods in Physics and Astrophysics II

A survey of core numerical methods, building up to the numerical solution of PDEs. [course webpage]

(F2017; as special topics, PHY 688: S2013, S2016)

## The Application of Simulation in Astrophysics

An introduction to computational astrophysics, focusing in particular on astrophysical hydrodynamics.

(S2006)

## Astrophysical Fluids and Plasmas

An introduction to hydrodynamics, fluid instabilities, applications to astrophysics, and an introduction to MHD [course wepage]

(S2018)