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119 Course Descriptions CAD248-C Parametric CAD II 3 Parametric solid model CAD intermediate commands will be taught. Parametric concepts with design intent will be covered. Solid CAD models will be built and edited. Mechanical assemblies will be created. Part and assembly drawings with part lists will be created and plotted. Prerequisite: CAD246-C CAD266-E Residential Architecture 2 Residential Architecture is designed to introduce the student to disciplines and practices used in Architectural Drafting, strengthen the skill set concepts necessary to engage in and execute Architectural Drafting practices, and to prepare the student for the application of this skill set in the workforce. The course has been organized into eight assessment areas which will provide students with the basic information necessary for planning residential dwellings. Upon completion of this course, the student will have a set of portfolio-ready drawings. CAD268-E Virtual Reality Design 2 The Virtual Reality Design allows students an opportunity to develop and expand their learning across the curriculum by capturing student interest through the use of Virtual Reality and 3D. Students become self-motivated learners and mentors for their peers, choosing to create VR projects related to their own interests and for educational use within the consortia. Student projects serve to both demonstrate the designer's competency on key national and state learning standards and to provide avenues for other students to better understand and demonstrate their learning against key standards. Chemistry ______________________________________________________ CHM110-A Introduction to Chemistry 3 Designed for the student with no high school chemistry background. A study of chemistry in our lives and basic chemical principles. An introduction to the composition and properties of matter, bond types, acids and bases, and a description of the major branches of chemistry. This is a non-lab science course. CHM111-A Introduction to Chemistry Lab 1 This course shall accompany CHM110-A. Corequisite: CHM110-A CHM112-A Introduction to Chemistry 3 The first course in a sequence of two basic Chemistry courses. An elementary approach to chemical principles and laboratory practices. Emphasizes the nature of matter, bonding, nomenclature, equations, acids and bases, and chemistry as applied to everyday life. Intended to fulfill laboratory science requirements and to fulfill chemistry requirements for nursing, dental hygiene, or some home economics and agriculture programs. CHM122-A Intro to General Chemistry 4 The first course in a sequence of two basic Chemistry courses. An elementary approach to chemical principles and laboratory practices. Emphasizes the nature of matter, bonding, nomenclature, equations, acids and bases, and chemistry as applied to everyday life. Intended to fulfill laboratory science requirements and to fulfill chemistry requirements for nursing, dental hygiene, or some home economics and agriculture programs. CHM125-A General Organic & Bio Chemistry And Biological Chemistry Lab 3 This course is a study of the concepts of general chemistry including atomic structure, bonding, reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, acids and bases, equilibrium, nuclear chemistry, and an introduction to organic and biochemistry. Recommended for non science majors and students in the health related programs. Corequisite: CHM126-A CHM126-A General Organic & Bio Chemistry Lab And Biological Chemistry Lab 1 This course shall accompany CHM125-A. Corequisite: CHM125-A 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


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