North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State UniversityCollege of Science & TechnologyDepartment of ChemistryCHEM 104 – Basic General, Organic and BiologicalChemistryCourse SyllabusCourse InformationCourse Number/Section:104.001Term:Fall 2019Semester Credit Hours:3.000Times and Days:10:00-10:50AMMWFClass Location:NSBInstructor Contact InformationInstructorDr. Etta GravelyOffice Location334 NSBOffice Phone(336) 285-2231Email Address[email protected]Student Hours: 3:00 – 5:00 PM M : 9:00 – 10:30 AM T : 2:00 – 4:00PM WThese are times you may visit your professor without an appointment to request the assistance that you need.Note: Students are responsible for reading, understanding, and following their syllabi. Course Pre-requisites:SAT MATH score of 490 or SAT Subject MATH Level II score of 470 or ACT MATH score of 19or CHEM 103 with a grade of C or better.Co-requisites: CHEM 114Course Description: CHEM 104 Basic General, Organic and Biological ChemistryThis course is an introduction to fundamental techniques and concepts in chemistry, including writing and interpretation of symbols, formulas, equations, atomic structure, composition and reactions of inorganic compounds. This is a blended inverted course that meets face-to-face and has an internet component.1CHEM 104 Course Syllabus fall 2019 (Revision 3-29-19)
Student Learning Objectives/Outcomes 1.Objective: Classifyy basic chemical processes, phenomena, and principles. Outcome: Students will be able to give examples of basic chemical processes, phenomena, and principles on assessments.2.Objective: Use basic chemistry principles and concepts to analyze and interpret real-world phenomena, issues, and problems – General Education for Scientific Reasoning CourseOutcome Students will demonstrate the ability to use chemical principles and conceppts to analyze and interpret real-world phenomena, issues, and problems 3. Objective: Effectively employ critical thinking skills in written communication.Outcome: Students will demonstrate the ability to employ critical thinking skills in written responses case study analysis and short answer essays on quizzes4. Objective: Effectively relate ideas and concepts, as well as modes of inquiry, across disciplines. Outcome: Students will demonstrate the ability to relate ideas and concepts from biology, mathematics, and chemistry as they apply to health and environmental matters. 5. Objective: Use analytical thinking skills to evaluate information critically. Outcome: Students will demonstrate the ability to use analytical thinking skills to evaluate information on examinations. AssistanceI am available to assist students during my regularly scheduled office (Student) hours or by appointment. I will respond to emails as timely as possible if I know the course and section in which you are enrolled. I will assist students in every possible way to gain maximum benefit from this course.