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Chemistry is the branch of physical science that deals with the elementary substances, or forms of matter, of which all bodies are composed, the laws that regulate the combination of these elements in the formation of compound bodies, and the various phenomena that accompany their exposure to diverse physical conditions.
Upon satisfactory completion of this award, the student should be prepared to:
1. Score the national median or higher on American Chemical Society General Chemistry Exam (full year).
2. Score the national median or higher on American Chemical Society Organic Chemistry Exam (full Year).
3. Use of quantitative and/or qualitative analysis techniques to determine an unknown in a general chemistry laboratory.
4. Use of NMR, IR and other spectrum to determine an unknown organic compound.
|CHEM 101||General Chemistry 1|
|CHEM 102||General Chemistry 2|
|CHEM 112||Organic Chemistry 1|
|CHEM 113||Organic Chemistry 2|
|CHEM 122||Organic Chem 1 Struc & React|
|CHEM 123||Organic Chem 2 Struct & React|
|CHEM 133||Problem Solving Skills for Chem 143|
|CHEM 142||Pre-General Chemistry|
|CHEM 143||Introductory College Chemistry|
|CHEM 144||Fundamentals of Organic and Biochemistry|
|CHEM 150||Exploring Our Chemical Environment|
|CHEM 164||Introductory Chemistry (Laboratory)|
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