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Anatony & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology is a college preparatory lab based class recommended for students who would like to gain an understanding of the body’s structure and function. The units covered are the Organization, Support and Movement, Control Systems, and Maintenance of the Human Body. Pre-requisite: Earned a C or better in previous life science course.

Biology II

Biology II is a lab based class that engages students in the general principles of life by emphasizing a survey of the kingdoms olife. Pre-Requisite: Passed a life science course (do not need to have taken Biology I)

Principles of Biology I (College Credit Plus-Juniors/Seniors; see info on CCP pg. 7)
According to Eastern Gateway Community College, “This course considers the cellular level of biological organization. Topics include the chemical and physical foundations of life, structure and function of cells, cellular organelles, bioenergetics, metabolism, photosynthesis, biosynthesis, cell division and growth, information coding and transfer, and basic Mendelian and population genetics.” This course will be first semester and paired with Principles of Biology II. Students must meet the prerequisites set by EGCC to take the course.

Principles of Biology II (College Credit Plus-Juniors/Seniors; see info on CCP pg. 7)
According to Eastern Gateway Community College, “This course addresses the biology of organisms, both plants and animals. The course will emphasize the evolutionary history of life, plant and animal diversity, the present ecological adaptations of species, and relationships among populations in various environments.” 

Chemistry

Chemistry is a college-preparatory, lab based class which investigates the science of matter and the changes matter undergoes. Topics include atomic structure, kinetic theory, The Periodic Table, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, solutions and acid base reactions. This introductory chemistry course heavily emphasizes skill-building in laboratory activities. Pre- Requisite: Completion of Algebra I or equivalent.

Coordinated Science

Coordinated Science is an upper division course that extends information learned during previous physical science courses. It connects physical science topics to real life situations and applies it in an authentic lab setting. This course will explore: mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound and light, electricity and magnetism, atomic and nuclear physics. Pre-Requisite: Passed or enrolled in Algebra 1 or equivalent.

Earth Dynamics

This course will concentrate on geologic and environmental principles and how they affect the Earth, as well as the expanse of space. Students should be able to understand and utilize the Periodic chart, plate tectonics, green technology, and weather.  This  course designed for students on an IEP who are no longer to be placed in a self-contained class.

Physics

Physics is a college-preparatory, algebra-based, lab based course designed for the student who wants to master the concepts of motion, energy, electricity, momentum, light, sound, heat, and fluids. Laboratory work will be included to provide reinforcement to classroom instruction. Students should be able to solve problems independently and be able to apply the concepts learned in class to laboratory exercises. Pre-Requisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in Algebra II (Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus preferred).

Zoology

Zoology is a college-preparatory lab based class that engages students in the general principles of life by emphasizing the animal kingdom, anatomy, physiology, and veterinary terminology. Students will study all the phyla of the Animal Kingdom and mammalian anatomy and learn veterinary terminology. Pre-Requisite: Earned a C or better in previous life science course.

 *All TCTC science courses meet the advanced sciene coure requirement.

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