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Undergraduate Chemistry-Rock County

2020 Spring Term

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4 Units

CHEMISTRY IN THE KITCHEN

Chemistry-Rock County 114

Cooking food is perhaps the oldest everyday example of humans doing Chem.. This course explores the Chem. of food at a beginning level, & presents concepts about the structure of molecules, interactions between molecules, & how foods change in the cooking process. Lab exercises are completed with materials used in a kitchen, & include activities such as measurement, phase change, denaturation, extraction, & energy studies. This course is not a suitable prerequisite for higher-level Chem. courses or pre-professional programs. Students may not earn more than 4 credits by taking any combination of CHE 114, CHE 121, CHE 123, or CHE 124. NW, LS.


1 Units

CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY LABORATORY

Chemistry-Rock County 121

Lab to accompany CHE 123. Three hours of Lab per week.


3 Units

CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY

Chemistry-Rock County 123

A course for non-Sci. majors that covers basic Chem. concepts in a social context. May include explorations of how Chem. impacts the Env., public health, energy policies, & other contemporary social issues. Consists of lectures & may also include discussions & demonstrations.


4 Units

APPLIED CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY

Chemistry-Rock County 124

A course for non-Sci. majors that covers basic Chem. concepts in a social context. May include explorations of how Chem. impacts the Env., public health, energy policies, & other contemporary social issues. Consists of lectures & laboratories & may also include discussions & demonstrations.


5 Units

INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY

Chemistry-Rock County 125

A one-Sem. Introductory course in college Chem. including an Intro to organic Chem.. Consists of lectures, discussions, & laboratories. Primarily for students whose programs require only CHE 125 or the CHE 125/203 or CHE 125/204 combination.


5 Units

GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

Chemistry-Rock County 145

For students whose programs require a year of college Chem. or who plan to take advanced courses in Chem.. One year of recent high school Chem., CHE 112, or another preparatory Chem. course is recommended, but not required. NS/LS Students must be enrolled in one lecture section (L001 or L002) & one LAB section (L041 L042 or L043) & one discussion (L061 L062 or L063)


5 Units

GENERAL CHEMISTRY II

Chemistry-Rock County 155

The second Sem. of a one-year course in college Chem.. Consists of lectures, discussions, & laboratories. For students whose programs require a year of college Chem. or who plan to take further courses in Chem..


5 Units

CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS

Chemistry-Rock County 165

A one-Sem. Chem. course for engineering students. Topics include measurements, atomic theory, stoichiometry, molecular structure, thermoChem., electroChem., solid state, material Sci., & organic Chem..


3 Units

SURVEY OF BIOCHEMISTRY

Chemistry-Rock County 203

A foundational course in the chemical makeup & metabolic processes of living organisms. Consists of lectures & may also include discussions & demonstrations. Together CHE 125 & CHE 203 constitute a year course with emphasis on organic & biological Chem..


4 Units

APPLIED SURVEY OF BIOCHEMISTRY

Chemistry-Rock County 204

A foundational course in the chemical makeup & metabolic processes of living organisms. Consists of lectures & laboratories & may also include discussions & demonstrations. Together CHE 125 & CHE 204 constitute a year course with emphasis on organic & biological Chem.. CHE 204 is equivalent to the combination of CHE 203 & CHE 211.


1 Units

BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Chemistry-Rock County 211

Lab to accompany CHE 203. Three hours of Lab per week. This course is highly recommended for degree nursing students.


3 Units

REVIEW AND UPDATES IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

Chemistry-Rock County 250

This course was designed specifically for the nursing consortium & is to be taken primarily by RNs already accepted into their BSN degree completion program. This course is not a substitute for the CHE 125/CHE 203 sequence required of students at the beginning of their academic careers, even if planning to enter the nursing profession. CHE 250 begins with a review of relevant topics in Chem., both general & organic, & then covers topics typical of a bioChem. course such as biological molecules, metabolism, Nut., protein function, & molecular Bio..


1 Units

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY PART II

Chemistry-Rock County 361

Three to four hours of Lab per week. The second Sem. of a year course in organic Chem. Lab.


3 Units

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

Chemistry-Rock County 363

Continuation of Organic Chem. I. Consists of lectures & may also include discussions & demonstrations.

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