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CHE 101 Introduction to Chemistry I

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core. Not open to Science majors or students who have taken CHE 103.

Course Description: Designed to provide an introduction to general chemistry, the course includes atomic theory, molecular bonding, states of matter, chemical equations, solutions, and acid-base theory.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

3 credits

CHE 101 Introduction to Chemistry I

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core. Not open to Science majors or students who have taken CHE 103.

Course Description: Designed to provide an introduction to general chemistry, the course includes atomic theory, molecular bonding, states of matter, chemical equations, solutions, and acid-base theory.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

3 credits

CHE 102 Introduction to Chemistry II

Not open to Biology, Chemistry, or Medical Technology majors. Course Description: Course of study designed to provide the student with an introduction to organic chemistry and the properties of compounds of biological significance such as carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, vitamins, and hormones.

Course Rotation: Spring.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 101 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 102 Introduction to Chemistry II

Not open to Biology, Chemistry, or Medical Technology majors. Course Description: Course of study designed to provide the student with an introduction to organic chemistry and the properties of compounds of biological significance such as carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, vitamins, and hormones.

Course Rotation: Spring.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 101 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 103 Elements of Chemistry I

Prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken CHE 101.

Course Description: Designed to provide an introduction to general chemistry, the course includes atomic theory, molecular bonding, states of matter, chemical equations, solution and acid-based theory. A research paper is required.

Course Rotation: Fall and Summer.

4 credits

CHE 103 Elements of Chemistry I

Prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken CHE 101.

Course Description: Designed to provide an introduction to general chemistry, the course includes atomic theory, molecular bonding, states of matter, chemical equations, solution and acid-based theory. A research paper is required.

Course Rotation: Fall and Summer.

4 credits

CHE 104 Elements of Chemistry II

Not open to Biology, Chemistry, or Medical Technology majors or to students who have completed CHE 102.

Course Description: Course of study designed to provide the student with an introduction to organic chemistry and the properties of compounds of biological significance such as carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, vitamins, and hormones. A research paper is required.

Course Rotation: Spring.

4 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 103 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 105 Consumer Chemistry

Not For Science Majors. Fulfills Lab Science Requirement.

Course Description: The application of chemical principles to the study of consumer products. Topics include the composition and properties of medicines, beauty aids, automotive products, chemicals in foods, household cleaners, and photographic products.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring - Even years. PLV: Fall.

4 credits

CHE 106 Chemistry of Food and Cooking

Course Description: This is a lab science course that looks at cooking on a scientific basis. It explains the basic materials from which our food comes and how those components interact in the process of food preparation, the many methods of processing them and the perceptions of taste that dictate the features of food that are emphasized.

Course Rotation:PLV, Fall

3 credits

CHE 107 Forensic Chemistry I

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core.

Not for Science majors.

Course Description: An introductory course of the laboratory techniques in forensic science. There will be an emphasis upon the fundamental laboratory principles of chemistry as they apply to criminal investigations. Students will learn and perform typical forensic laboratory techniques: refractometry, spectroscopy, pH meter, chromatography, microscopy, wet analysis.

Course Rotation: Fall and Summer.

3 credits

CHE 107 Forensic Chemistry I

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core.

Not for Science majors.

Course Description: An introductory course of the laboratory techniques in forensic science. There will be an emphasis upon the fundamental laboratory principles of chemistry as they apply to criminal investigations. Students will learn and perform typical forensic laboratory techniques: refractometry, spectroscopy, pH meter, chromatography, microscopy, wet analysis.

Course Rotation: Fall and Summer.

3 credits

CHE 108 Forensic Chemistry II

Not open to Science majors.

Course Description: A course in forensic science with an emphasis upon the fundamental chemistry of criminal investigations. The principles of chemical science are integrated with a study of the methods and techniques in forensic science.

Course Rotation: Spring.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 107 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 108 Forensic Chemistry II

Not open to Science majors.

Course Description: A course in forensic science with an emphasis upon the fundamental chemistry of criminal investigations. The principles of chemical science are integrated with a study of the methods and techniques in forensic science.

Course Rotation: Spring.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 107 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 109 Science and Art

New Core: Fulfills 3 credits in Area of Knowledge IV or 3 credits in Area of Knowledge V.

Course Description: TThis course is an introduction into the fascinating topic of "Science and Art". It is offered only to non-science majors and it involves the application of scientific principles as they pertain to art. It emphasizes science and its application in the art world, disciplines thought to be worlds apart, entwine to give a clearer and more accurate and complete picture. The damaging effects of the environment and pollution on art and artifacts will also be discussed. To help the student understand some scientific concepts and their applications, several labs have been designed for this purpose.

Course Rotation: NYC,PLV: Fall.

3 credits

CHE 110 The Chemical World

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core.

Not open to Science majors.

Course Description: An introductory course for the non-science major providing a basic understanding of chemistry and its impact on human life. Topics covered include: the fundamentals of chemistry, and a selection from among the chemistry of foods, drugs, health and disease, air and water pollution radiation, nuclear power, and other applied areas of chemistry.

Course Rotation: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

3 credits

CHE 111 General Chemistry I

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core.

Prerequisite: College Preparatory Mathematics.

Course Description: An introduction for science majors to atomic and molecular structure. Topics include matter and energy, gaseous state, chemical calculations, atoms, sub-atomic particles, electronic structure of atoms, bonding theory, and thermodynamics. Laboratory coordinated with lecture includes quantitative procedures.

Course Rotation:Fall, Spring and Summer.

4 credits

Prerequisites

(MAT 103 Minimum Grade of C- or MAT 130 Minimum Grade of C- or MAT 131 Minimum Grade of C-) or Math Placement 40 or Math Placement 50

CHE 111 General Chemistry I

This course fulfills the Lab Science requirement in the core.

Prerequisite: College Preparatory Mathematics. Co-requisite: BIO 101.

Course Description: An introduction for science majors to atomic and molecular structure. Topics include matter and energy, gaseous state, chemical calculations, atoms, sub-atomic particles, electronic structure of atoms, bonding theory, and thermodynamics. Laboratory coordinated with lecture includes quantitative procedures.

Course Rotation:Fall, Spring and Summer.

4 credits

Prerequisites

(MAT 103 Minimum Grade of C- or MAT 130 Minimum Grade of C- or MAT 131 Minimum Grade of C-) or Math Placement 40 or Math Placement 50

Corequisites

BIO 101

CHE 111A General Chemistry I (Lecture)

Prerequisite: College preparatory Mathematics. Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lecture only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedure.

Course Description: An introduction for science majors to atomic and molecular structure. Topics include matter and energy, gaseous state, chemical calculations, atoms, sub-atomic particles, electronic structure of atoms, bonding theory, and thermodynamics.

3 credits

CHE 111B General Chemistry I (Laboratory)

Prerequisite: College Preparatory Mathematics. Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lab only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedure.

1 credits

CHE 112 General Chemistry II

Course Description: A study of liquids and solutions, electrolytes, acid-base theory, kinetics, equilibrium, electrochemistry and descriptive chemistry of representative metallic and non-metallic elements. Laboratory includes qualitative analysis.

Course Rotation: NYC: Spring and Summer. PLV: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

4 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 111 Minimum Grade of D

Corequisites

CHE 112D

CHE 112A General Chemistry II (Lecture)

Prerequisite: College Preparatory Mathematics. Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lecture only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedure.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 111 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 112B General Chemistry II (Laboratory)

Prerequisite: College Preparatory Mathematics. Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lab only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedure.

1 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 111 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 113 Principles of Chemistry for the Health Professions

Course Description:This course is designed for students majoring in Nursing. It combines basic concepts of inorganic, organic and biochemistry as applied to the health professions and emphasizes integration of basic concepts across disciplines and relevance to health issues. Topics include atomic theory, molecular bonding, states of matter, oxidation-reduction reactions, enzymes, and proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids and their relation to metabolism.
Course Rotation:Fall: NYC, PLV

3 credits

Corequisites

BIO 152

CHE 113R Principles of Chemistry for the Health Professions Recitation

'Course Description:This course is designed for students majoring in Nursing. It combines basic concepts of inorganic, organic and biochemistry as applied to the health professions and emphasizes integration of basic concepts across disciplines and relevance to health issues. Topics include atomic theory, molecular bonding, states of matter, oxidation-reduction reactions, enzymes, and proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids and their relation to metabolism.
Course Rotation:Fall: NYC, PLV

0 credits