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  • CH-101

    Intro.Chemistry I:General/Lab

    This course offers an introduction to the principles of general chemistry with laboratory for students in allied health fields other than nursing. Topics include chemical bonding and structure, atomic theory, energy, equilibrium, reactions in aqueous solutions, and radioactivity. Prerequisite: QR 101, or able to enroll in MA 101A, MA 105, MA 210, or MA 211
  • CH-102

    Intro.Chem.II:Org&Biochem/Lab

    This course is an introduction to the principles of organic and biological chemistry with laboratory for students in allied health fields, other than nursing. Topics include organic nomenclature, organic functional groups and their properties, isomers, and biologically important molecules and their roles in the human body. Prerequisite: CH 101
  • CH-103

    Chem.Structure & Reactions/Lab

    This course is an introduction to the principles of chemistry, atomic and molecular theory, bonding, structure, equilibrium, and chemical reactions, with a laboratory. Prerequisite for CH 103: QR 101 or able to enroll in MA 101, MA 105, MA 210, or MA 211. Prerequisite for CH 104: CH 103
  • CH-104

    Chem Structure & Reactions/Lab

    This course is an introduction to the principles of chemistry, atomic and molecular theory, bonding, structure, equilibrium, and chemical reactions, with a laboratory. Prerequisite for CH 103: QR 101 or able to enroll in MA 101, MA 105, MA 210, or MA 211. Prerequisite for CH 104: CH 103
  • CH-105

    Intro. Chemisty/Lab

    This course is an introduction to the principles of general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry with laboratory for students in nursing. General chemistry topics include chemical bonding and structure, atomic theory, equilibrium, acids and bases, solutions, and radioactivity. Organic and biochemistry topics include organic nomenclature, functional groups and their properties and reactions, and biologically important molecules and their roles in the human body. Prerequisite: QR 101 or able to enroll in MA 101A, MA 105, MA 210, or MA 211