This course aims to provide a firm understanding of the basic principles of electricity, magnetism and electrodynamics. The main emphasis is on electromagnetism as it is the underlying theory for modern physics. A secondary emphasis is on applications of electricity and magnetism and its role in circuits, electronics and laboratory instruments. At the conclusion of the course the student should be comfortable with the use of Maxwell's equations in integral form, and be aware of the differential equation form. The physical phenomena connected with producing electricity should be thoroughly understood. The associated laboratory will demonstrate some of the material covered in the lectures, familiarize the student with electrical measurements, techniques and introduce new materials.