Living Environment 1 and 2: Unit 1 - Scientific Inquiry; Unit 2 - Ecology; Unit 3 - Organization and Patterns in Life; Unit 4 - Homeostasis and Immunity; Unit 5 - Reproduction and Development; Unit 6 - Genetics and Biotechnology; Unit 7 - Evolution; Unit 8 - Human Influence on the Environment
Earth Science 1 and 2: Unit 1 - Maps and Measurement; Unit 2 - Dynamic Earth; Unit 3 - Rocks and Minerals; Unit 4 - Landscapes; Unit 5 - Earth History; Unit 6 - Insolation; Unit 7 - Meteorology; Unit 8 - Climate; Unit 9 - Astronomy
Chemistry 1 and 2: Unit 1 - The Physical Nature of Matter; Unit 2 - Atomic Concepts; Unit 3 - Nuclear Chemistry; Unit 4 - Chemical Bonding; Unit 5 - Periodicity; Unit 6 - Moles/Stoichiometry; Unit 7 - Kinetics and Equilibrium; Unit 8 - Acids and Bases; Unit 9 - Oxidation and Reduction; Unit 10 - Carbon and Organic Chemistry
Physics 1 and 2: Unit 1 - Measurement and Mathematics through Kinematics; Unit 2 - Mechanics; Unit 3 - Energy; Unit 4 - Electricity and Magnetism; Unit 5 - Waves; Unit 6 - Modern Physics
In order to qualify to take a Regents examination in any of the sciences, a student must complete 1200 minutes of laboratory experience with satisfactory documented laboratory reports. The 1200 minutes of laboratory experience must be in addition to the required classroom instruction associated with earning a unit of credit. A student who does not satisfy the laboratory requirements will not be permitted to take the Regents examination.