Principles of Chemistry
This course is delivered by Westcott Courses in partnership with University of Massachusetts Global
CHMU 102 - Principles of Chemistry
Prerequisite: Intermediate Algebra with a grade of C or better.
Course Description: Presents an introduction to chemistry and chemical laboratory techniques covering the basic principles and applications of chemistry. Designed for general education and students in programs that require a chemistry background. Topics include metric and English conversions, atomic theory, solution preparation and their properties, chemical reactions, inorganic chemical nomenclature, bonding, periodic table, mass relationships and acid/base theory.
Duration: 5 months to complete (Single 30 day extension if needed)
Ways to Learn: Online
Estimated Cost: $509 Without laboratory | $538 with laboratory
Credit: 3 without laboratory | 4 with laboratory (Lower Division, UG)
Enroll any day of the year, and start that same day. Students have five months of access, plus a 30 day extension at the end if needed. Students can finish the self-paced courses as soon as they are able. Most students finish the lower level courses in 4 - 8 weeks. The upper level math classes, such as Calculus and above, usually take students 3-4 months. (Note: The 30-day extension cannot take your total course time six months beyond the date of enrollment. At the end of the six months, we must post a grade with the university.)
Lab Description: This is the laboratory part of Principles of Chemistry and is taken in conjunction with the main course. An introduction to common laboratory techniques and the process of science is presented. The laboratory experiments are designed to complement the topics presented in the companion lecture course. Topics include density, osmotic pressure, chemical nomenclature, determining chemical change, titration, nuclear chemistry and entropy.
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