PHYS 1305: Introductory Physics for Life Sciences I (B)

This is an algebra-based course intended for students interested in the biological or health sciences, or related disciplines. The topics covered include the basic mechanical concepts of force, work and energy, properties of matter, and heat, with examples and applications drawn from the modeling of biological systems. This course serves as the prerequisite for PHYS-1400 and GENG-1110. Majors in Science and Majors in Engineering will not be given credit for this course. (Prerequisites: One 4U or OAC mathematics course or equivalent.) (3 lecture hours a week.)