CHEM 1030 - Fundamentals of Chemistry
Spring   2016
A one semester introductory course designed to provide a broad overview of chemical principles including measurements, atomic theory and bonding, chemical symbols, formulas and equations, inorganic and organic compounds, acid-base theory, and the biochemical highlights of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids and metabolism.  PREREQUISITES:   Acceptable placement scores or completion of all Writing and Reading Learning Support Competencies and an ACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent) or completion of MATH 1005, 1130, 1710 or higher with a grade of C or higher.
   Course Outcomes
  Lecture Outline for the sections below
    • CHEM 1030 - 001   WILLIAMS 
    • CHEM 1030 - 002   POWERS
    • CHEM 1030 - 003   WILLIAMS
    • CHEM 1030 - 004   HUNTER
    • CHEM 1030 - 501   FORTENBERRY
    • CHEM 1030 - 502   FORTENBERRY
    • CHEM 1030 - 551   AGEE
    • CHEM 1030 - C01  HUNTER
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 Updated  Jan 16, 2016

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