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HIGH SCHOOL SUBJECTS - SCIENCE (HSSCI)

High School Subjects: Science 100
Chemistry 1B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/ Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Science 184 or equivalent.
Extends the study of properties that can be used to identify matter and the techniques to measure those proper­ties. Core topics include thermochemis­try, gases, liquids and solids, solutions, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, and organic chemistry.
High School Subjects: Science 182
Physiology 1A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/ Open Exit.
Develops an understanding of the structure and functions of the systems of the body and their relationships. Fundamental topics include structural and functional organization of the human body, cell-physiology, integra­tion of skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Study of other organisms is in­cluded to complement an understand­ing of the human body.
High School Subjects: Science 183
Physiology 1B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Science 182 or equivalent.
Develops an understanding of the structure and function of the systems of the body and their relationships. Fundamental topics include structural and functional organization of the hu­man body circulatory system, respira­tory system, digestive system, excretory system, endocrine system, and repro­ductive system.
High School Subjects: Science 184
Chemistry 1A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Presents the introduction to the study of properties that can be used to identify matter and the techniques to measure those properties. The process of science for obtaining and analyzing information will be stressed. Measure­ment and mathematics will be empha­sized.
High School Subjects: Science 188
Earth Science 1
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Provides instruction in the principles and concepts of earth science. The earth’s matter and features will be ex­amined.
High School Subjects: Science 189
Life Science 1
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Surveys the principles and concepts of life science, including the study of or­ganisms and their environment. Cells, animals, plants, protists, human life, heredity, and ecology will be exam­ined.
High School Subjects: Science 190
Physical Science 1
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Surveys the principles and concepts of physical science, including matter, en­ergy, and their relationship. Examines measurement and motion, classifica­tion of matter, light, sound, and en­ergy.
High School Subjects: Science 192
Basic Science 1
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Surveys basic principles and concepts of general science including earth, space, and physical science. Examines miner­als, rocks, the atmosphere, weather, cli­mate, and the earth in space. Discusses properties and classes of matter, New­ton’s Laws of Motion, energy and en­ergy resources.
High School Subjects: Science 193
Basic Science 2
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Surveys principles and concepts of life and ecological science. Examines life structure and classification, cellular processes, heredity, evolution, body systems, plants, ecology, and conserv­ing resources.
High School Subjects: Science 196
Health Science
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/ Open Exit.
Provides a basic foundation in personal health, nutrition, body functions, first aid and community health.