General Chemistry

CHEM 050 - Chemistry Fundamentals
Professor Dan Edwards
Chemical problem solving, SI unit conversion, mole concept, chemical stoichiometry, solution concentration problems, periodic table, chemical formulas and nomenclature, and equation balancing.
Chem 050 is a zero credit, remedial Chemistry course which is designed to help under-prepared students succeed in Chem 111
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CHEM 101 - Introduction to Chemistry I
Professor Rick Fletcher
The intent of this course is to provide an introduction to a variety of chemical concepts and provide a broad background in various areas of chemistry.
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CHEM 111 - Principles of Chemistry I
Professor Dan Edwards/Professor Sharon Hutchison
Intensive treatment of principles and applications of chemistry. Please see Chemistry Placement page for information on prerequisites.
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CHEM 112 - Principles of Chemistry II
Professor Dan Edwards/Professor Sharon Hutchison
Some work in inorganic chemistry, kinetics, equilibrium, liquids, solids, acid-base, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, thermodynamics, and qualitative inorganic analysis. Chemistry 112, a 5-credit course, is the second semester continuation of the first-year course in college chemistry. Students in Chemistry 112 must have successfully completed Chemistry 111. Chemistry 101 is not a prerequisite for Chemistry 112.
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CHEM 409 - "Proseminar"
Professor Rick Fletcher
“Proseminar” - A course of study for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in a college or university, conducted in the manner of a seminar. Historically, this course has focused mostly on grad school, jobs and preparing you to give excellent oral presentations.
(Fall only)
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