## Physical Science (IDS)

- PhysicalScience - CHM 090CUE: Chemistry Capstone SeminarStudents will complete a culminating experience, submit a written report of their work, and orally present the results as well. Students must enroll in both semesters of the course. The course includes searching the chemical literature, interacting with visiting seminar speakers, attendance at all Departmental seminars, and the presentation of the student's culminating experience.
- PhysicalScience - CHM 103General Chemistry IDesigned as an introductory course for students majoring in the physical or biological sciences. Topics covered include atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, gases, thermochemistry, and types of reactions.
- PhysicalScience - CHM 104General Chemistry IIA continuation of CHM 103. Topics covered include solids, liquids, solutions, kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and thermodynamics.
- PhysicalScience - CSI 102Computer Science I: Introduction to Game ProgrammingAn introduction to Computer Science through the programming of games. Emphasis is given to the creation of arcade style games incorporating animation, user interaction, and sound effects. Students learn to use game development, audio, and image manipulation software in designing and constructing their games. The course is intended for those with no prior experience in computer science but with a desire to hone problem solving and computing skills with a focus on game programming.
- PhysicalScience - MTH 121Calculus IDifferentiation of algebraic and transcendental functions, application of the derivative to related rates, maxmin problems, L'Hpital's Rule, and graphing. Introduction to integration, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
- PhysicalScience - MTH 122Calculus IIA continuation of MTH 121. Applications of the integral, integration techniques, numerical integration, infinite sequences and series, Taylor Series, and improper integrals.
- PhysicalScience - MTH 227Differential EquationsA study of the theory, methods of solution, and applications of differential equations and systems of differential equations. Topics will include the Laplace Transform, some numerical methods, and applications from the physical sciences and geometry.
- PhysicalScience - PHY 121General Physics IAn introductory, calculusbased physics course. Discussions, demonstrations, and problem solving are emphasized during lecture periods. The activitybased component meets in the laboratory where concepts are explored through experimentation and other handson activities. Followup discussions, demonstrations, and problem solving are emphasized during lecture periods. Topics covered include one and twodimensional kinematics and dynamics, momentum, energy, rotational kinematics and dynamics.