Explore the major concepts of life science in Biology 1 and Honors Biology 1.
The world is full of complex information. Studying science at Kent helps you learn to question, analyze, and communicate what you find.
Embark upon an intensive study of biochemistry, cell structure and function, evolution, genetics, and human systems in Advanced Studies in Biology.
Investigate chemical reactions, molar relationships and stoichiometry, kinetic theory and gas laws, atomic structure, periodic law, bonding, states of matter, thermodynamics, solutions, equilibrium, and acids and bases in Chemistry 1, Honors Chemistry 1, and Accelerated Chemistry 1.
Study Chemistry at Kent's highest level in Advanced Studies in Chemistry.
Apply basic concepts of physics to real-world phenomena and explore a classical sequence of topics such as mechanics, magnetism, and electricity in Physics 1, Honors Physics 1, and Accelerated Physics 1.
Study physics at Kent's highest level in Advanced Studies in Physics.
Explore the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings in Advanced Studies in Psychology.
Examine the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies behind studying interrelationships in the natural world including the atmosphere, ecosystems, geology, and our oceans in Advanced Studies in Environmental Science.
Study the solar system, stars and galaxies, cosmology, black holes, and quasars in Astronomy.
Delve into recombinant DNA technology and gain hands-on experience in Biotechnology.
Examine adaptations of local flora and fauna, and interactions between organisms with regard to energy demands in Ecology 1.
Explore the freshwater ecosystems of Kent with a focus on relationships between physical factors, organisms, and human activities within watersheds in Ecology 2.
Explore the principles and applications of modern genetics in Genetics.
Begin a survey of the major landforms on the earth’s surface in Geology.
Examine the basics of paleontology and its impact on our understanding of evolution and the development of Earth's diverse life forms in History of Life on Earth.
Examine the anatomy and physiology of selected systems in the human body in Human Anatomy.
Explore the physical parameters of oceans, major taxonomic groups, and ecological interactions in Marine Biology.
Examine the basics of weather, climate, and the physical conditions that lead to what we experience every day in Meteorology.
Examine the history, evolution, and future of major diseases that have impacted human populations in Pandemics.
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