The course covers different aspects of physical sciences. Students learn about the field of mechanics, forces;momentum, work and energy;kinematics and dynamics; thermodynamics; fluids;circuits and electricity; electrostatics and (electromagnetic; vibrations; waves and sounds; optics and light; atomic and nuclear phenomena. Upon completion students are able to describe basic mechanical laws that govern the physical world; compare and contrast momentum, energy and force; explain the effects of gravitation; describe fluids and the concept of waves; discuss and solve dynamic problems related to heat and thermodynamics. Students are also able to apply Coulomb’s Law, Ohm’s Law,Faraday’s Law, Kirchhoff’s rules and Lenz’s Law and freely discuss the concepts of current, resistance, capacitance and capacitors. The course teaches radioactivity and its use in life and biological science, health care and medical field. Students learn to solve problems related to atomic half-life and the decay constant.
The laboratory portion of the course allows students to experiment with Newton’s laws;observe relationship between forces and acceleration; solve energy related problems; calculate, apply and interpret currents, potentials, resistances, and electromotive forces.
Our innovative approach includes videos delivered in the student’s own time, one week of lab, quizzes and 4 exams. Because we understand that each student has a different pace of studying, we have introduced an innovative way of teaching using technology. The advantages of using videos is that students can study on their own time, going back to concepts they do not have a firm grasp on. Also, the courses offered through this approach give the flexibility of finishing in anywhere from 8 weeks to 1 year.
Tuition fee: $1,280
Duration: 8 weeks
Books Estimate: $50
Start Date: Jan/Mar/May/Jul/Sep/ Nov
Program Director: Dr. Ivo Boudakov
Dr. Ivo Boudakov is the Program Director of the Pre-Medical Program of Royal Crown College of Business and Technology located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. After earning his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1998 he worked in biotechnology and life-sciences research in some of the most prestigious international Universities in US (Harvard University); Canada (University of Toronto); and UK (Imperial College). Since 2009 his focus is on program development and project management. His international experience in Pre-Medical and Basic Life Sciences Medical education brings wealth of knowledge which highly benefits our students in their chosen path to career in medicine, public health, or life-sciences.
Bachelor Degree or currently in a Bachelor program