AP Physics C: E & M

This is a second-year course for students who have a serious interest in studying physicsbeyond the introductory level. The AP syllabus topics of electrostatics, DC

Topics in Biology

This course will explore selected biological topics including cell structure and function, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and human physiology. For each topic, students will engage

Molecular Biology Research

Molecular Biology Research is an upper level course intended for students who wish to gain authentic research experience in biochemistry and molecular biology. BIO602 will

Experimental Neurology

Experimental Neurology conceptually studies cell physiology, neurotransmitter biochemistry and neuroanatomy with application to modeling human addiction and disease. Experimentally, students explore mechanisms of signaling and

Chemistry I

This course enables students to develop an understanding of the fundamental properties of matter that provides the foundation for the development of quantitative models of

AP Chemistry

This course is for students with a strong interest in science and exceptional quantitative skills. The course is equivalent to an introductory chemistry class at

Introductory Organic Chemistry

Modern humans benefit from the natural and unnatural construction of complicated compounds from relatively simple building blocks. We will explore the rudiments of both laboratory-

Intro to Computer Science

In this two-term course, students with little to no computer programming experience will learn how to code. This course equips students with a basic understanding

AP Computer Science

This course teaches fundamental topics of computer science including problem solving, design strategies and methodologies, data structures, and algorithms. In this course, students learn an

Data Structures & Algorithms

This course follows AP Computer Science and covers the analysis and design of fundamentaldata structures. Students learn to use these data structures to code algorithms

Dig Logic & Comp Architecture

Digital Logic and Computer Architecture is a course for students with a strong interest in computer science. The course provides a foundation for students to

Physics I

This is an introductory physics course that includes the study of kinematics, forces, energy, and electricity and magnetism. Students learn to develop and apply models