• Introduction to Chemistry and Physics

    Integrated Chemistry-Physics introduces the fundamental concepts of scientific inquiry, the structure of matter, chemical reactions, forces, motion, and the interactions between energy and matter. This course will serve students as a laboratory based introduction to possible future course work in chemistry or physics while ensuring a mastery of the basics of each discipline. The ultimate goal of the course is to produce scientifically literate citizens capable of using their knowledge of physical science to solve real-world problems and to make personal, social, and ethical decisions that have consequences beyond the classroom walls.


    Prerequisite: Algebra I (may be

    taken in conjunction with this course)

    A Core 40 and AHD course

    (Integrated Chemistry-Physics) with

    competencies defined

    A two credit course

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