CHEM 1010 Course Syllabus Fall 2019 Rev 1.pdf - CHEM 1010 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE DESCRIPTION Chemistry 1010 is 3-hour class

CHEM 1010 Course Syllabus Fall 2019 Rev 1.pdf - CHEM 1010...

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CHEM 1010: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE DESCRIPTION Chemistry 1010 is 3-hour class designed to introduce you to the subject of chemistry in a primarily qualitative fashion (minimum mathematical calculations) and to show you how chemistry relates to and is a part of your world. You need no prior chemistry classes—not even high school chemistry. This class is designed for the student who will NOT be majoring in a discipline that requires further chemistry. PLEASE DO NOT take this course for preparation for the following classes: CHEM 1050, CHEM 1200, CHEM 1110/1120, or CHEM 1210/1220. Thank you for choosing this chemistry class. My goal as your instructor is to help you appreciate and become more aware of chemistry in your everyday life. If you have questions or issues, please communicate with me IMMEDIATELY either in person or via email. If you experience computer difficulties with LearnSmart or the Homework, please follow the instructions in the Modules section for McGraw-Hill Technical Support. Lampros Hall IT Support is also very helpful. PHYSICAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES This course is a general education course that fulfills the general education mission and addresses the following Physical Science General Education Learning Outcomes: PS1(Organization of Systems), PS2 (Matter), PS3 (Energy), PS4 (Forces), SS1 (Nature of Science), SS2 (Integration of Science, SS3 (Science and Society), SS4 (Problem Solving and Data Analysis). These outcomes are described at and Life Science Learning Outcomes.htm (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. . These outcomes are assessed using the exams and assignments. GENERAL INFORMATION Instructor Carol Campbell, Ph. D. Phone 801.626.6377 Office TY 207K Office Hours: 11am-12pm, MWRF Email [email protected] Class Text Chemistry in Context . 9 th Ed. ISBN 9781259920158 E-text with registration, hard copy can be purchased if desired
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