Getting Physical: StraighterLine Introduces Two New Physics Courses You Can Start Today
Why would you want to take a college-level physics course? There are frivolous reasons, such as the fact that after studying physics you will become better at Nok-Hockey and ping pong. But there are plenty of legitimate reasons too, such as your need to complete a science course that your college requires as part of its core curriculum.
If you need to take a physics course, even one that includes a laboratory component, StraighterLine has two excellent new course offerings that will get the job done . . .
This physics course is designed to acquaint you with topics in mechanics, classical electricity, and magnetism. And the good news is that this course actually covers two semesters’ worth of material. The first semester is devoted to Newtonian mechanics including: kinematics, laws of motion, work and energy, systems of particles, momentum, circular motion, oscillations, and gravitation. The second semester covers electricity and magnetism.
The course emphasizes problem solving including calculus, and there are numerous interactive examples throughout. You will also gain laboratory experience through interactive lab simulations.
Transferrable College Credits: 3
This course covers topics in mechanics, classical electricity, and magnetism. The course emphasizes problem-solving skills using calculus, and there are numerous interactive examples throughout. As a student, you will also perform and complete complementary content at home labs with accompanying assessments as a lab component to this course.
Transferrable College Credits: 4
Enroll for either course today at a great price . . .
Both courses include online tutoring and your price for either course is only $399.00. But you can save even more and pay only $39.00 for each with a monthly subscription plan. CLICK HERE to learn how.
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