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Syllabus chm 15 sections 02 62 spring 2011

Syllabus chm 15 sections 02 62 spring 2011 - GENERAL...

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GENERAL CHEMISTRY I CHM 151-02/62 Spring 2011 Class meeting times : M, W, F: 12.30-1.25 Giles 120 Lab meeting times: Section 02: M 1.30-4.20 Giles 407 (with Michael Webb) Section 62: W 1.30-4.20 Giles 407 (with Ray Green) Course Description : This course covers fundamental principles and laws of chemistry. Topics include measurement, atomic and molecular structure, chemical reactions, chemical bonding, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, gas laws and solutions. This course has been approved to satisfy the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement general education core requirement in natural sciences/mathematics. (3-hour lecture & 3-hour lab / week, 4 credit hours) Course Objectives: Upon completion, students should be able to 1. discuss and apply fundamental chemical laws and principles as needed in CHM 152. 2. utilize laboratory procedures to investigate and understand basic chemical concepts. Core competencies: As a Learning College, CPCC has identified four core competencies critical to the success of graduates, either in the workplace or as they continue their education. All graduates are expected to demonstrate proficiency in each of the following competencies that go beyond simple content mastery: Communication : the ability to read, write, speak listen, and use nonverbal skills effectively with different audiences. Critical Thinking : the ability to think using analysis, synthesis, evaluation, problem solving, judgment, and the creative process. Personal Growth & Responsibility : the ability to understand and manage self, to function effectively in social and professional environments and to make reasoned judgments based on an understanding of the diversity of the world community. Information Technology & Quantitative Literacy : the ability to locate, understand, evaluate, and synthesize information and data in a technological and data driven society.
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