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Introductory Chemistry 4 3 2 This is a survey course which introduces chemistry as it applies to the real world. It includes basic topics of the scientific method, measurement, states of matter, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical properties, and chemical reactions. Appropriate for general education. Not appropriate for science majors. Prerequisites: 19 or higher (ACT Reading) or 83 or higher (COMPASS Reading) or completion of CP 0913 with “C” or better or co-req CP 0912 AND 21 or higher (ACT Math) or 49 or higher (COMPASS Algebra) or co/pre-req CP 0933. (ACTS Department/Number/Title – CHEM 1004 Chemistry I for General Education)
Chemistry I for Health Related Professions 4 3 2 This is an algebra-based chemistry course specifically designed for majors in health-related professions. It is not appropriate for chemistry or other science majors or pre-professional students. Course content provides a foundation for work in health-related areas. Topics include nomenclature, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, and reactions. Prerequisite: 19 or higher (ACT Reading) or 83 or higher (COMPASS Reading) or completion of CP 0913 with “C” or better or co-req CP 0912 AND 21 or higher (ACT Math) or 49 or higher (COMPASS Algebra) or co/pre-req CP 0933. (ACTS Department/Number/Title – CHEM 1214 Chemistry I for Health Related Professions)
Chemistry II for Health-Related Professions 4 3 3 This course is a continuation of CHEM 1214 designed for majors in health-related professions. This is an introductory course in organic chemistry and biochemistry, with emphasis on the chemistry of human physiology. This course will be offered only on demand. Prerequisites: A “C” or better in CHEM 1004 or 1214 or 1415. (ACTS Department/Number/Title – CHEM 1224 Chemistry II for Health Related Professions)
College Chemistry I 5 4 3 This algebra-based chemistry course is applicable for chemistry and other science majors and pre-professional students. This is the first course of a two-course sequence. The course content provides a foundation for work in advanced chemistry and related sciences and includes in-depth study of nomenclature, atomic and molecular structure, stoichiometry, bonding, and reactions.Prerequisites: 19 or higher (ACT Reading) or 83 or higher (COMPASS Reading) or completion of CP 0913 with “C” or better or co-req CP 0912 AND 21 or higher (ACT Math) or 49 or higher (COMPASS Algebra) or 1 or higher (COMPASS College Algebra) or completion of CP 0933 with “C” or better. (ACTS Department/Number/Title – CHEM 1414 Chemistry I for Science Majors)
College Chemistry II 5 4 3 This course is a continuation of CHEM 1415 with laboratory emphasis on introductory qualitative analysis. Prerequisites: A “C” or better in CHEM 1415 AND a “C” or better in MAT 1223 or higher. (ACTS Department/Number/Title – CHEM 1424 Chemistry II for Science Majors)
Organic Chemistry 4 3 3 This is a two-semester course in the fundamentals of organic chemistry recommended for chemistry, biology, and pre-professional majors. It studies the structure, properties, synthesis, and typical reactions of the various series of hydrocarbons and their derivatives with emphasis on reaction mechanisms. It is offered only on demand. Prerequisite for 2114: CHEM 1425 with a grade of “C” or better. Prerequisite for 2214: CHEM 2114 with a grade of “C” or better.
Organic Chemistry 4 3 3 This is a two-semester course in the fundamentals of organic chemistry recommended for chemistry, biology, and pre-professional majors. It studies the structure, properties, synthesis, and typical reactions of the various series of hydrocarbons and their derivatives with emphasis on reaction mechanisms. It is offered only on demand. Prerequisite for 2114: CHEM 1425 with a grade of “C” or better. Prerequisite for 2214: CHEM 2114 with a grade of “C” or better.

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