Physics is the third laboratory course in our college preparatory sequence and develops concepts from laboratory experiences. Students taking this course will improve their analytical and problem-solving skills and will recognize practical applications of the concepts developed. The topics addressed include kinematics, Newton’s laws, conservation of momentum and energy, electric forces and current, wave motion, sound and optics. This course fulfills the science graduation requirement.
- Biology 163 and Chemistry 163 or their equivalent. One year of Algebra and one year of Geometry.