Ideal for the two-semester, undergraduate Classical Mechanics course, Intermediate Dynamics provides an active-learning, student-friendly approach to this challenging level of physics. The text begins with an optional review of introductory concepts typically covered in prerequisite courses and moves on to the topics traditionally covered in courses in intermediate mechanics. It includes historical sketches of important contributors to the field and provides footnotes to recent articles that consider the material being discussed. Within each chapter the author includes numerous accessible exercises that help students understand key material, while more rigorous end-of-chapter problems challenge students to work out problems based on concepts discussed in the chapter. Additional computer problems are offered at the end of each chapter for those who would like to explore computational physics.