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Physical Sciences Lab

$67.00

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the laboratory study of fundamental concepts of physics and chemistry. In this course, students will learn about lab safety and how to analyze and solve problems using critical thinking and the scientific method. This course will focus on topics such as atomic structure, motion and force, sound, and light, with an emphasis on technology, data collection and analysis.

Students will complete a collection of over twenty physical science labs with critical thinking exercises and thirteen lab reports. One final exam is required. This is a one credit hour course that can be taken either after or with a physical sciences three hour lecture course.

Requirements for earning college credit are listed below, please review before purchasing.

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College Credit Requirements

Purchasing this course will give you access to TEL’s engaging curriculum by taking courses through TEL Partner Institutions. TEL Partner Institutions are accredited colleges and universities that use TEL curriculum to offer their courses — for college credit — to homeschool and independent learners.

This course is a college-level course and is available to any student aged 13 or older. You may start this course at your convenience and have 12 months to complete it.

Course Selection

Browse our Courses on Demand catalog and select courses to take for college credit.

Payment

Complete the checkout process to purchase your courses — $67 per credit hour or $200 for a three-hour course.  

Registration

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Choose your college or university from TEL’s list of partners* and submit your registration form. You will receive an email that includes links, information, and support for getting started.

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Upon successful course completion, you will receive credits for the course and your selected institution will provide information about requesting an official transcript.

*Be sure the partner you choose transcribes the course(s) you purchased. You can find that information on the partner page under course equivalencies or the course product page.

Additional Requirements

To be eligible for transferable college credit for this course, TEL Library must be able to verify your identity via a government issued photo ID. You will need an ID to complete the proctored mid-term and final examinations, as well as apply for a transcript. You can begin your studies in this course while obtaining the appropriate identification, but you must have the government issued photo ID prior to scheduling the mid-term exam.

Technological Requirements

 

This course is delivered fully online and you will be required to have access to a computer, laptop, or web-capable mobile device – along with consistent access to the internet – to access course material and complete assignments.

Review the information relvant to your operating system to ensure your device meets the minimum requirements necessary to complete a course for credit.  

PC

Hardware

  • Intel Core 2 Duo (or AMD 64×2 Dual-Core) processor
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 80 GB hard drive
  • 1024×768 resolution monitor
  • Soundcard with microphone and speakers
  • Built-in or external webcam
  • Broadband internet connection with speeds of  at least 2 Mbps download and 2 Mbps upload. Hot spots are not recommended. Test internet speed at: http://www.speedtest.net
  • Browser with pop-up blocker disabled

Software

  • Windows 7 or above
Mac

Hardware

  • Intel Core 2 Duo (or AMD 64×2 Dual-Core) processor
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 80 GB hard drive
  • 1024×768 resolution monitor
  • Soundcard with microphone and speakers
  • Built-in or external webcam
  • Broadband internet connection with speeds of  at least 2 Mbps download and 2 Mbps upload. Hot spots are not recommended. Test internet speed at: http://www.speedtest.net
  • Browser with pop-up blocker disabled

Software

  • Mac OS 10.6 “Snow Leopard” or above
Tablet or Smartphone

NOTICE:  Though you can view and interact with all of the available course content on a tablet or smartphone, you MUST USE A DESKTOP OR LAPTOP computer to complete the proctored midterm and final examinations.

Hardware

  • 2 GHz process or faster
  • 1 GB RAM or greater
  • 80 GB hard drive
  • Microphone and speakers
  • Wireless internet connection
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