This course intends to provide the student with fundamentals of natural sciences, mainly about physics, chemistry and biology. Since physics is the most basic of all sciences it is dealt with first. The physics section deals with the nature of basic things such as motion, forces, energy, matter, heat, sound, light, and the composition of atoms. The chemistry part discusses how matter is put together, how atoms combine to form molecules, and how the molecules combine to make up the many kinds of matter around us. The biology section, which is still more complex, is then taught and it involves matter that is alive. The course addresses the main physical laws such as Newton’s laws of motion and gravity. Temperature, heat, and heat transfer will be considered. The course will also cover work, energy, and power. Coulomb’s law of inverse square law in electrostatics and magnetism will also be introduced. The important Ohm’s law in current electricity will be explained and applied to simple electric circuits problems. The Chemistry part of the course covers the fundamentals of chemical reactions, chemical compounds and their use in human life. The Periodic Table of Chemical Elements is briefly explained. In the biology part an emphasis is given to the basics of heredity, gene expression, and the concept of biotechnology and its current applications.