The course will begin with a quarter spent on the fundamental makeup of matter and energy as it relates to science. This will include inorganic and organic matter as well as the interaction of the types and forms of energy. The second quarter will be spent on the introduction to the biology concepts of diversity. It will include the diversities of cells to organisms and the grouping and classification of organisms. The third quarter will involve the introduction of chemical interactions and the types of reactions that can occur in nature. The last quarter will involve the study of the interaction of energy on the fundamental forces. Newton’s laws and understanding of mechanical motion will be covered.
No prerequisites class required unless stated in the course description.