Chemistry and Biochemistry

Concepts of Chemistry

Concepts of Chemistry
The chemical nature of the world and the process of scientific inquiry. Application to critical scientific issues facing society.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 NoteFulfills a GE physical science requirement, but will not count as a chemistry prerequisite toward any major or minor. Note: Completion of a college chemistry class disqualifies you from taking this class. Note: This class is intended for non-science majors only.
Course Outcomes: 

Chemistry principles

Students will be able to view the world around them in chemical terms. Students will use the concepts of atoms, molecules, and their properties to understand a variety of phenomena.

Critical thinking about scientific claims

Students will demonstrate the ability to distinguish between reliable and questionable scientific claims as related to current, relevant issues facing society.

Science and religion

Students will discuss intelligently the relationship between modern science and religious belief.