This is an introductory course in Physics for students who are specializing in other disciplines. A wide range of topics are covered having to do with force and motion, conservation laws and properties of matter. Students are expected to learn to think and reason about nature. More importantly, as opposed to just learning facts, students will discover relationships and patterns existing in nature and will develop the skill set that will enable them to apply this knowledge to finding solutions to problems.
An introductory course to the fundamental aspects of chemistry; in particular, the laws and theories of general chemistry; atomic structure; nomenclature of chemical compounds; chemical equations; mole concept; stoichiometry; chemical bonding; and acids, bases, and salts; gases.