Chemistry is the study of matter - matter in the form of energy and in the form of mass. Conversion of matter from one form to another provides the basis for changing substances into other substances. The study of Chemistry provides the understanding and tools necessary for a greater understanding of the physical universe.
A minor in Chemistry consists of any 20 hours of Chemistry course work.
CH107 Chemistry/Allied Health. 3 hours. A survey of concepts for General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. The course includes an introduction to atomic theory, structure and nomenclature for organic and inorganic molecules, and reactions and properties of inorganic, organic, and biochemical systems.
CH111 General Chemistry. 3 hours. An introduction to general chemistry and elementary physical chemistry, including atomic theory and structure, periodic table, reactions and properties of elements and compounds. Those lacking college preparation Chemistry need permission of instructor and division chair. 3 lectures. Prerequisite: Meet or exceed University policy for College Algebra (3hr course); or MA103 or MA103I with grade of C or better; or by permission of the Chair.
CH111L General Chemistry Lab. 1 hour. Lab exercises that accompany CH111. Must be taken concurrently with CH111. 2 lab hours.
CH114 General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis. 3 hours. A continuation of the topics in CH111 with emphasis on reactions, equilibria of elements, compounds and solutions, including the techniques of qualitative analysis. 3 lectures. Prerequisite: CH111 and meet or exceed University policy for College Algebra (3hr course); or MA103 or MA103I with grade of C or better; or by permission of the Chair.
CH114L General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis Lab. 1 hour. Lab exercises that accompany CH114. Must be taken concurrently with CH114. 2 lab hours.