General Physics

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U540-101
3 Credits
Natural Sciences

Physics is a way of viewing the world through quantitative relationships among qualities of physical objects in ever broadening abstractions of the relationships among these objects, established through the scientific method. In this course, you will learn two of the classical theories of physics that first established the field: Newton’s law of motion and the kinetic theory of gases. Along the way, you will learn the ideas that undergird these broad-ranging principles and practice quantifying their interrelationships.

Course Information

Credits
3
Delivery Method
Online
Prerequisites
C or better in College Algebra
Course Level
Introductory
Time to Complete
Up to 6 months from registration date

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Course Tuition $ 981
Administrative Fee $ 75
Total Tuition and Fees $ 1056*

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