CHEM - Chemistry

CHEM 2124 - General Chemistry II

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
4
Prerequisites: 

CHEM 1114 with "D"  or better or CHEM 1984 with "D" or better

Course Attributes: 
Gen Ed - Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
Description: 

This course is a continuation of General Chemistry I and is intended for science majors. It completes the presentation of topics started in General Chemistry I by surveying the topics of: Acids & Bases, Electrochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry.

Course Sections: 

CHEM 1984 - Chemical Principles I

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
4
Course Attributes: 
Gen Ed - Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
Description: 

This course is intended for physical science and engineering majors.  While providing a general overview of modern chemistry, the course emphasizes the development of chemical concepts and problem-solving techniques that are essential in science.  General topics include atomic structure of matter, chemical reactions, thermochemistry, electronic structure of the atom and chemical bonding.

Lab Fee - $13

Course Sections: 

CHEM 1114 - General Chemistry I

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
4
Course Attributes: 
Gen Ed - Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
Description: 

This course is designed for science majors particularly focused in the health or agricultural areas who have had high school chemistry. It can be a terminal course in chemistry for those seeking an AAS in veterinary technology.

Course Sections: 

CHEM 1013 - Introductory Chemistry I

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
3
Course Attributes: 
Gen Ed - Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
Description: 

This non-laboratory course is designed for students who need to understand the basic concepts of chemistry. Students taking this course do not intend to pursue further courses in chemistry. Students will explore mathematical relationships using the factor labeling (conversion factor method), atomic and molecular structures (with emphasis on the special nature of carbon), pH, essential building block molecules, water, ions and ionization, and other topics of interest to those who live in our chemical world.

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