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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY

PROGRAM CURRICULUM AY 2020 – 2021

Mission

Promote the values of dual training system, self-worthiness among students, faculty and staff, to establish quality standard, performance, and
functional transition for students to become productive and responsible citizen of the country.

Vision

Be a leading provider of highly globally competitive graduates and to help students achieve their goals in life as well-rounded individuals with a
sound mind and a sound body and be a functional service in the world.

Program Educational Objectives

AZGH College BS Psychology program aims to produce globally competitive graduates who will be professionally competent, morally upright,
and socially responsible contributors to national development.

Specifically, in three to five years after graduation, the BS Psychology alumni shall:

1. Practice as professionals for the advancement of society: and


2. Promote professionalism in the field of teaching, research, human resource management, basic psychometrics, training and development.

Student Learning Outcomes/Program Learning Outcomes

The program must enable students to attain, by the time of graduation:

A) Demonstrate the capability to discuss and analyze the major theories and concepts in psychology (knowledge in psychology)
B) Demonstrate and apply methods of psychological inquiry in building knowledge on local culture context (psychological research
C) Demonstrate and apply psychological theories and methods in personal and professional setting (application for psychology)
D) Demonstrate capability for capability for self-reflection and independent learning in graduate education or in a professional context
(independent learning)

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E) Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in research and practice in Psychology (ethics)
F) Demonstrate harmonious interpersonal relationship with colleagues, clients and others (interpersonal skills) in diverse
cultural setting.
G) Demonstrate the ability to conduct psychological assessments and evaluation (psychological assessments)

Course Code: NSCI 2102

Course Title: College Physics

Course Description:

The course covers measurement, vectors and forces in statics and dynamics; basic fundamentals of resultant and components of vector system,
equilibrium and moment of vector system; friction and kinetics; rectilinear motion; free-falling bodies and projectile; Newton’s Law of Motion
and the application of work, power and energy.

Credit Units: 4 units (lecture = 3; laboratory = 1)

Number of Total Hours: 72 Hours

Aims of the Course:

After completing this course, the student be able to:

CO1. Demonstrate a critical understanding of general scientific principles; with an emphasis on the fundamental principles that
govern the physical universe, including the principles underlying physical theories and processes of scientific discovery, and
the nature of scientific evidence upon which contemporary physics theories are based.
CO2. Apply physical principles and concepts in physics to problems that affect their lives, in particular, and our society, in general.

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CO3. Analyze physical systems, solve problems, and answer questions using mathematics appropriate to physics and performing
calculations appropriate to the task.
CO4. Clearly communicate fundamental knowledge particular to physics with their peers using appropriate vocabulary.

Course Intended Learning Outcomes


After completing this Course, the student be able to:
KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge and Understanding
K1. Define physics and know the important role of physics in your world.
SKILLS
Subject-Specific Skills
S1. Define physics and its important role in your world
S2. Demonstrate a critical understanding of general scientific principles; with an emphasis on the fundamental principles that govern the
physical universe.
Higher Order Thinking Skills
H1. Ability physical principles and concepts in physics to problems that affect their lives, in particular, and our society, in general.
H2. Analyze physical systems, solve problems, and answer questions using mathematics appropriate to physics and performing
calculations appropriate to the task.
General and transferable Skills (other skills relevant to employability and personal development)
G1. Clearly communicate fundamental knowledge particular to physics with their peers using appropriate vocabulary.
ATTITUDE
A1. Adopt positive solutions to challenges in solving physics problems
A2. Build interests in solving problems, and answer questions using mathematics appropriate to physics

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Course Outline and Timeframe (Tentative Schedule)


Week Topic
1 Orientation
Introduction
2 Fundamental Tools of Physics
3-4 Vector and Scalar
5 Force in Equilibrium and Gravity
6 Prelim Exam
7 Properties of Matter
8-9 Work, Energy, Power and Machine
10-11 Heat and Temperature
12 Thermodynamics
13 Midterm Exam
14 Electricity
15 Magnetism
16 Waves
17 Sounds
18 Final Exam

Textbooks and References

Text Book
Serway, Raymond A College Physics. 10th ed. Andover: Cengage Learning. c2015

References
1. Randall D. Knight, Brian Jones, Stuart Field “College Physics: A Strategic approach. Edition 4. Pearson,” 2018
2. Roger Freedman, Todd Ruskell, Philip R. Kesten, David l. Tauck College Physics. Edition 2. Publisher Macmillan
Learning. 2018
3. Eugenia Etkina, Gorazd Planinšič, Alan Van Heuvelen Title College Physics: Explore and Apply, Edition 2. Pearson.
2018

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4. Tammaro College Physics First Edition Ebook WileyPlus Learning Space Card. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2018
5. Serway, R., Vuille, C. (2013). College physics. Cengage Learning Asia.
6. Bauer, W., Westfall G. (2011). University physics with modern physics. Mc-Graw Hill Companies, 1221 Avenue of
the America, New York.
7. Tolentino, E, & Gonzalez, C. (2004), Physics around us. Saint Bernadette Publications, Inc. 1680 E. Rodriguez Ave.,
Espana Ext., Cubao, Quezon City

Other Suggested Readings

1. http://www.edcc.edu/programs/stem/phys/course-descriptions.html
2. https://physics.williams.edu/learning-objectives/
3. https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-01-physics-i-fall-2001/syllabus/
4. https://physics.cas2.lehigh.edu/course-syllabi
5. http://faculty.etsu.edu/lutter/courses/phys2020/syl2020sprmwf.pdf

Course Requirements

Pre-requisites: None
Attendance: Minimum 90% of total contact hours
Assessment: Quizzes; Prelim, Midterm, Pre-Final, and Final Exams; Recitation; Participation in Activities; Papers and
Reports

Grading System

Grade Range Grade Point Letter Grade Remarks


96-100 1.00 A+ Excellent
91-95 1.25 A Very Good
86-90 1.50 A- Very Good
81-85 1.75 B+ Good
75-80 2.00 B Good
69-74 2.25 B- Good

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63-68 2.50 C+ Fair


57-62 2.75 C Fair
50-56 .00 C- Fair
Below 50 5.00 F Failed
IC IC Incomplete
W Withdrawal
D Dropped

Grade Computation

Lecture Quizzes Class Standing Independent Learning Major Exam


Prelim 30% 10% 10% 50%
Midterm 30% 10% 10% 50%
Final Term 30% 10% 10% 50%
Lecture Grade Prelim Grade x 30% + Midterm Grade x 30% + Final Term Grade x 40%
Laboratory Quizzes Class Standing Major Exams
Prelim 40% 10% 50%
Midterm 40% 10% 50%
Final Term 40% 10% 50%
Lab Grade Prelim Grade x 20% + Midterm Grade x 20% + Final Term Grade x 40%
Final Grade Lecture Grade x 60% + Laboratory Grade x 40%

Classroom Policies

 Intellectual honesty, proper behavior, and wearing of the prescribed uniform are expected to be manifested by all students throughout the
semester.
 Attendance is a requirement and will be strictly monitored.
 Submission of requirements within the prescribed period shall be enforced.

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Course Structure/Learning Plan


Course
Intended Teaching/Learning Assessment Strategies
Week Hour/s Topic Learning Resources
Learning activities (methods) (methods)
Outcomes
1 2 PRELIM PERIOD Handouts/ Manual Brainstorming Oral Recitation
Orientation
 Setting of ‘house’ rules
 Discussion of the College Mission,
Vision and Objectives
 Course Requirements
 Grading System
2 5 K1, S1 Fundamental Tools of Physics Power point Lecture Oral Recitation
 Importance of Physics and Presentation/ Discussion Written Exam
technology in your world Videos Power point Quizzes
 Exponential numbers Learning module ILM Open-Ended question
 Rules in determining the number of Textbook
significant figures
 Units used in measuring
fundamental quantities
3-4 8 S2, H1, H2 Vector and Scalar and Kinematics Power point Lecture/ Discussion Hands on board work
 Vector Quantities Presentation/ Modules Quizzes
 Representation of Vectors Videos Illustrations Open-Ended question
 Vector Addition Learning module Power point Activity work
 Motion Textbook presentation
 Speed and Velocity Videos
 acceleration Laboratory
ILM

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5 5 K1, S1, S2, Force in Equilibrium and Gravity Power point Lecture Quizzes
H1  Meaning of Force Presentation/ Discussion Open-Ended question
 Static Equilibrium Videos Power point Activity work
 Torque Learning module Laboratory Recitation
 Center of Gravity Textbook ILM Brainstorming
 Free Falling Motion
 Projectile Motion
6 2 PRELIM EXAMINATION
7 5 S1, S2, H1, Properties of Matter Power point Lecture Written Exam
H2  Phases of Matter Presentation/ Discussion Demonstration
 Density Videos Power point Quizzes
 Specific Gravity Learning module Laboratory Open-Ended question
 Elasticity Textbook ILM Activity work
 Pressure and Force
 Pascal’s Principles
 Buoyant and Archimedes principle
8-9 8 S1, S2, H1, Work, Energy, Power and Machine Power point Discussion Written Exam
H2, G1, A1  Work Presentation/ Power point
 Energy Videos Laboratory
 Kinetic Energy Learning module ILM
 Potential Energy Textbook
 Conservation of Energy
 Power
 Machine
 Simple Machine

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10-11 8 H1, H2, G1, Heat and Temperature Power point Lecture/ Discussion Hands on board work
A1, A2  Heat Presentation/ Modules Quizzes
 Sources of Heat Videos Illustrations Open-Ended question
 Heat and temperature Learning module Power point Activity work
 Specific Heat Textbook presentation
 Methods of heat transfer Videos
Laboratory
ILM
12 5 H1, H2, G1, Thermodynamics Power point Lecture Quizzes
A1, A2  Definition of Thermodynamics Presentation/ Discussion Open- Ended question
 First Law of Thermodynamics Videos Power point Activity work
 Second Law of Thermodynamics Learning module Laboratory
Textbook ILM

13 2 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
14 5 H1, H2, G1 Electricity Power point Lecture Written Exam
 Electricity Presentation/ Discussion Oral Recitation
 Static Electricity Videos Power point
 Semiconductors and Learning module Laboratory
Superconductors Textbook ILM
 Ohm’s Law
15 5 H1, H2, A1, Magnetism Power point Lecture Recitation
A2, K1, H1,  Nature of Magnetism Presentation/ Discussion Quizzes
H2, G1  Magnetic Pole Videos Modules Open-Ended question
 Magnetic Fields Learning module Laboratory
 Electromagnetism Textbook Power point
presentation
Videos
ILM

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16 5 K1, H1, H2, Waves Power point Lecture Recitation


G1, A1  Waves in Motion Presentation/ Discussion Written Exam
 Types of Waves Videos Power point Reports
 Part of a Wave Learning module Laboratory
 Properties of Wave Textbook ILM

17 5 K1, H1, H2, Sound Power point Lecture Recitation


G1, A1, A2  Definition of Sound Presentation/ Discussion Written Exam
 Characteristics of Sound Wave Videos Power point Reports
 The Doppler Effect Learning module Laboratory
 Resonance Textbook ILM

18 2 FINAL EXAMINATION

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Course Outcome and Relationship to Course Objectives and Student Outcomes:


COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES COURSE STUDENT OUTCOMES
OUTCOMES
C C C C a b c d e f g
O1 O2 O3 O4
K1. Define physics and know the important role of physics in your world / /
S1. Define physics and its important role in your world /
S2. Demonstrate a critical understanding of general scientific principles; with an /
emphasis on the fundamental principles that govern the physical universe.
H1. Ability physical principles and concepts in physics to problems that affect / / / /
their lives, in particular, and our society, in general.
H2. Analyze physical systems, solve problems, and answer questions using / / / /
mathematics appropriate to physics and performing calculations appropriate
to the task.
G1. Clearly communicate fundamental knowledge particular to physics with / /
their peers using appropriate vocabulary.
A1. Adopt positive solutions to challenges in solving physics problems / / /
A2. Build interests in solving problems, and answer questions using / / /
mathematics appropriate to physics

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