- The experimental method

- Physical quantities, measurements and units

- Vector Algebra: Addition and Difference of vectors; Components of a vector; Scalar Product and Vector Product; Vector representation of an area.

- Forces: Concurrent forces; Torque; Coplanar and parallel forces; Center of mass; Equilibrium.

- Kinematics: reference systems; Rectilinear motion; Curvilinear motion; Circular motion.

- Relative motion: Uniform Relative Translational Motion; Uniform Relative Rotational Motion; Motion relative to the Earth; The Lorentz transformation and its consequences.

- Dynamics of a Particle: Newton’s Laws; Linear Momentum and Principle of conservation of Momentum; Curvilinear motion; Angular moment; Central forces; Equilibrium and Rest.

- Work and Energy: Impulse; Work; Kinetic Energy; Theorem of active forces; Conservative forces; Potential energy; Conservation of mechanical energy; Equilibrium; Energy and non-conservative forces.

- Dynamics of a system of particles: Center of mass, Systems with reduced mass; Angular momentum, Conservation of the angular momentum; Law of conservation of energy; Collisions: elastic and inelastic collisions.

- Dynamics of a rigid body: Translation and Rotation; Angular moment and Moment of Inertia; Principal Axes of Inertia; Equation for the rotation of a rigid body; Kinetic energy of rotation; Total energy of a rigid body.

- Gravitational interaction and Keplero laws: Laws of planetary motion; Law of universal gravitation; Inertial and Gravitational mass; Gravitational Potential energy; Gravitational field; Principle of Equivalence.

- Thermology and Gases’ Laws: Thermometric scales; Thermal expansion; Heat capacity and specific heat capacity; Phase changes and latent heats; Heat transmission; Wien’s Law; Stefan-Boltzmann Law; Variables of perfect gases; Laws of perfect gases; Equation of state for perfect gases and for real gases; Kinetic theory of gases.

- Thermodynamics: State of a thermodynamic system; Reversible and irreversible transformations; Work and cyclic transformations; First Principle; Second Principle; Carnot cycle; Entropy; Third Principle or Theorem of Nernst.

- Fluids: pressure, compressibility; Archimedes' principle; Surface tension; Capillarity; Dynamics of fluids; Bernoulli's equation; Poiseuille flow.

- Waves: shear and pressure waves; Harmonic waves; Doppler’s effect; Energy and intensity of the waves; Introduction to Fourier analysis.

- Electrostatics: Coulomb force; Motion of charged particles; Gauss's law; Electric potential; Dielectrics; Dipoles; Electric capacity and energy density; Capacities in series and in parallel.

- Electric current and resistance: Ohm’s laws; Joule effect; DC (direct current); Circuits: resistors in series and in parallel; Kirchoff laws; Instrumentations; RC circuits: charging and discharging.

- Electric current and resistance: Ohm’s laws; Joule effect; DC (direct current); Circuits: resistors in series and in parallel; Kirchoff laws; Instrumentations; RC circuits: charging and discharging.

- Magnetic fields: first and second law of Laplace; Motion of charged particles in a magnetic field (Lorentz force); Biot-Savart’s law; Ampere's law; Magnetism in matter.

- Electromagnetic induction: Faraday-Neumann-Lenz’s law; Inductance; Circuits with RL, RC and RLC in series; Stored electromagnetic energy; Alternating currents; Maxwell's equations; Electromagnetic waves; Instruments of measurements.

- Introduction to Optics: interference, diffraction, refraction, Snell's law, Fermat's Principle.