By utilizing an intensive problem-solving approach in the study of physics principles, the student will develop the ability to analyze and interpret the relationships of the physical world around them. The student will use the basic principles of physics and mathematics to develop quantitative solutions to both abstract and practical problems that may be encountered in a work environment. The skills and knowledge gained through this problem-solving approach will serve as an excellent basis for further study in many technology-related college programs.
Pre-requisite: PHYS 1046 or successful completion of RPL assessment
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