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Integrated Science

Course Number: 419
Subject: Science
Major/Program of Study: Elective General Education
Course Length: 5 periods/week/semester
Credit: 1 credit (Science credit)
Dual Enrollment: No
AP Designation: No

This course is designed to reinforce the skills and concepts necessary for students to be successful in all science standards required at the high school level. Topics of study from life, earth, and physical science are presented through real world problems, hands-on investigations, projects, and scientific readings. Topics will include trends and patterns of the periodic table, chemical reactions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, energy conservation, and interactions between the living world and the land, air and water. Prerequisites and other notes: Satisfactory completion of Biology (403) and Environmental Earth Science (415). May be used as the third course in the high school sequence for science.