Official course description: Prerequisites: satisfactory score on the Entry Level Mathematics examination (GE=B.3) Offered: Fall, Spring and Summer Examination of chemistry and its value to contemporary society. Topics include atomic and molecular structure, bonding, physical and chemical change, solutions and other important chemical principles related to everyday observable phenomena. In laboratory, the scientific method is employed to design experiments, test hypotheses, formulate chemical principles and interpret experiment results. Designed for those desiring a broad overview of chemistry including liberal studies majors. Four hours lecture and three hours laboratory. Materials fee required