PHYS6215: Learning & Teaching Mathematical Physics

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This course is designed for those who are currently teaching, or preparing to teach, middle school science.  Learners will develop a strong scientific understanding of the science behind phenomena seen in the living world.  Topics include constant speed & motion, acceleration, force, momentum, work & energy, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, conservation of energy, waves, sound waves, electromagnetic waves and digital signals.

Credits: 3


Course Syllabus
This course requires payment for entry

Tuition: $ 500.00

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