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Pre-Health Physics

Pre-Health Physics is designed to examine the fundamental laws, principles and concepts of Physics required in health science and other science-related fields. Students will gain good conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills in basic Physics. Topics explored in this course include mechanics, Newton's three laws of motion, one-dimensional kinematics, work, energy and power, law of conservation of energy, matter, characteristics of solids, liquids and gases, principles of temperature and heat, laws of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, electricity, magnetism, principles of electromagnetism, properties of magnetic fields, optics, nuclear forces and radioactivity, distinction between alternating and direct current and the properties of mechanical waves and sound.