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115 Course Descriptions CHM132-A Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry 4 Study of aliphatic and aromatic compounds, their chemistry and uses in consumer products such as polymers, drugs and foods. Attention is also given to biologically important compounds: proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids and the chemistry of these molecules in the living organism. Prerequisite: CHM122 CHM151-A College Chemistry I 4 This is an introductory chemistry course which will provide a survey of general and inorganic chemistry. During the course of the semester we will cover: matter; measurements; atoms, molecules, and ions; formulas and equations; stoichiometry; atomic structure and bonding; nomenclature; gases and the gas laws; water and solutions; acids and bases; oxidation and reduction; and chemical equilibrium. Lecture and laboratory. CHM152-A College Chemistry II 4 A continuation of CHM151-A, this course covers kinetics and equilibrium of chemical reactions as well as acid-base theory. Hydrocarbon naming and reactions are also covered, including alcohols, carbohydrates, amines, acids, acid derivatives, lipids, amino acids, nucleic acids, and proteins, DNA, RNA and metabolism. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite: CHM151-A CHM163-A General Chemistry I 3 This course is a study of major topics from inorganic chemistry and introductory topics from organic chemistry. Major topics include atomic structure, compounds and bonds, chemical equations, gases, bonding, thermochemistry, liquids and solids, solution chemistry, and major hydrocarbons. This course is designed for science majors. Corequisite: CHM164-A; High school chemistry and/or algebra recommended. CHM164-A General Chemistry I Lab 1 This course shall accompany CHM 163. Corequisite: CHM163-A CHM166-A General Chemistry I 5 This is part of a year long rigorous survey of General Chemistry. This course will provide a survey of general and inorganic chemistry. During the course of the semester we will cover: matter; measurements; atoms, molecules, and ions; formulas and equations; stoichiometry; atomic structure and bonding; nomenclature; gases and the gas laws; water and solutions; acids and bases; oxidation and reduction; and chemical equilibrium. This is the online version. CHM173-A General Chemistry II 3 This course is a continuation of General Chemistry I. The major topics of study include chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid/base chemistry, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. Prerequisite: CHM163-A; Corequisite: CHM174-A CHM174-A General Chemistry II Lab 1 This course shall accompany CHM173-A. Corequisite: CHM173-A CHM176-A General Chemistry II 5 Continuation of CHM166. Acids and bases, oxidation/reduction, kinetics and equilibrium, solubility products, nuclear chemistry, kinetics, equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, coordination complexes, qualitative analysis, and an introduction to organic chemistry. Problem solving in each of the areas is included. Includes microscale and semi-microscale lab. Lecture and Lab. Prerequisite: CHM166 CHM292-A Biochemistry 3 This course will include topics related to the structure and function of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Additionally concepts related to enzymes, metabolic pathways, the chemistry of replication, transcription, and translation and other selected topics will be covered. CHM811-A Forensic Science for the MS Teacher 1 This class is intended for individuals who are or plan to be middle school or junior high science and agriculture instructors. It will provide an introduction to forensic science that will deal with selected topics in the area of criminal case investigation. Topics will include evidence analysis of fingerprints, hair, fiber, glass and ink. This class will mainly be informational, but will include some hands on activities. Hints will be provided as to how forensic science can be tied into basic science, biology, or chemistry classes. Students will at the completion of the course turn in a lesson plan that shows how they would incorporate the information learned into their classrooms. CHM812-A Forensic Science for the HS Teacher 1 This class is intended for individuals who are or plan to be high school science and agriculture instructors. It will provide an introduction to forensic science that will deal with selected topics in the area of criminal case investigation. Topics will include evidence analysis of fingerprints, hair, fiber, firearms, glass and ink. This class will mainly be informational, but will include some hands on activities. Hints will be provided as to how forensic science can be tied into basic science, biology, or chemistry classes. Students will have at the completion of the course turn in a lesson plan that shows how they would incorporate the information learned into their classrooms. _C_A__N__C__E__R__ I_N__F__O__R_M___A__T_I_O__N__ _M__A__N__A__G__E__M__E__N__T____ CIM210-E Oncology Coding and Staging Systems 4 This course will focus on the basic concepts of coding and staging of malignant neoplasms. It will provide a general overview of the International Classification of Disease for Oncology, 3rd Ed. topography codes and International Classification of Disease, 9th Ed. morphology nomenclature and classification systems. American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) staging, SEER Summary staging, and extent of disease concepts used by physicians and cancer surveillance organizations to determine treatment and survival will be emphasized. Prerequisites: Completion of HIT diploma, CIM first year coursework. Corequisite: CIM200


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