Physics is all around you … it’s in the sights you see, the sounds you hear, the things you feel, and even in your sense of taste.
Conceptual physics is an approach to teaching Physics that focuses on the ideas of physics rather than the often-daunting mathematics. It is believed that with a strong conceptual foundation in physics, students are better equipped to understand the equations and formulas of physics, and to make connections between the concepts of physics and their everyday life The knowledge and processes used by physics have produced new and exciting technologies that are in everyday use. Almost any example of modern technology has its origins in mechanics, optics, electronics, thermodynamics, nuclear physics, or some other branch of physics.
This a one year course, and it covers the following topics :- kinematics, thermodynamics, optics, electricity, magnetism, and modern physics