CHEM 111 Chemical Skills for Pre-Professional Programs

Credit Hours: 
4.00
Course Description: 

Includes the study of dimensional analysis; atomic structure; stoichiometry; molarity; the periodic table; nomenclature; reactions and equations, and properties of gases. This course is for students majoring in science, engineering, mathematics, pharmacy, or other pre-professional programs who would benefit from further preparation for the standard general chemistry sequence required in these programs. May not be used to satisfy elective requirements in the AS in Pre-Professional Chemistry program. Students in other programs should consult with their program advisor about eligibility for use as an elective. Three hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory per week.

Prerequisites: 
One year of high school algebra or MATH 080 or higher, or an equivalent score on the math placement test.
Co-requisites: 
none