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Credit: 2 + 5 DMACC

Prerequisite: B or better in Chemistry and Trigonometry

Physics is an advanced two-semester science course that is taught by experimentation in the lab. The first semester consists of the study of force, rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion, work, power and energy. The second semester consists of the study of wave motion, sound, light, optics interference and diffraction. This course is a very intense course and is recommended only for the serious science and math students. Engineering projects consisting of a mousetrap car and a catapult car will be constructed the first and second quarters. The second semester project will be to engineer a miniature roller coaster to enter into a competition at Iowa State University. Physics corresponds to PHY160 in DMACC’s course guide.

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Credit: 2

Prerequisite: C or better in Biology and C or better in Chemistry, or teacher approval

Human Anatomy and Physiology is a year-long course taught to prepare students for college level medical and/or anatomy courses. Students will study the structure and function of the body systems systemically. Students will start the class by reviewing basic biology knowledge, as well as learning important vocabulary and terminology used by the scientific community. A fundamental understanding of chemistry concepts is important to a student’s success in this class. The following body systems will be taught during first semester: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Second semester will focus on the study of the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and immune body systems.

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