Anatomy & Physiology – An advanced subdivision of biology, anatomy is the study of the structure and shape of the body and its relationships to one another; while physiology focuses on how the body parts function and work together. A grade of B or higher in Biology is required and student must be of junior or senior class standing.
Biology – An introduction to fundamentals of plant, animal, fungi, moneran, protists biology, including biochemistry, cytology, genetics, anatomy, physiology, ecology, speciation, and systematics.
Chemistry – A study of the atom and its reactions will include: atomic structure, binary compounds and inorganic compounds. The theories of ionization, diffusion, entropy equilibrium and bonding will be studied. Prerequisite: completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, Algebra II.
Physical Science – An introductory course to the concepts of physical, chemistry and earth science.
Physics – The study of energy and matter divided into mechanics, sound, light and electronics. Prerequisite: completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, Algebra II. Geometry is recommended.