Structure, processes and concepts of the physical world. Focus is physical sciences topics presented to a general science class consisting of non-science majors. Laws and theories of the physical world are presented and applied to applications, including motion, gravity, energy, waves, light, electricity including photoelectricity, and magnetism.
Requires high school algebra. For non-science students with no physics or chemistry background. Not for physics or chemistry major credit. Only one course from among SCEN101, PHYS104, PHYS201 or PHYS207 can count toward graduation.