This course is organized as follows. Section 2 consists of
a brief review of those elements of vector field theory which are
relevent to Maxwell's equations. In Sect. 3, we derive the
time-independent version of Maxwell's equations. In Sect. 4,
we generalize to the full time-dependent set of Maxwell equations.
Section 5 discusses the application of Maxwell's equations
to electrostatics. In Sect. 6, we incorporate dielectric
and magnetic media into Maxwell's equations.
Section 7 investigates the application of
Maxwell's equations to magnetic induction. In Sect. 8, we
examine how Maxwell's equations conserve electromagnetic energy and momentum.
In Sect. 9, we employ Maxwell's equations to investigate electromagnetic waves. We conclude, in Sect. 10, with a discussion
of the relativistic formulation of Maxwell's equations.