This course will focus on organic chemistry. Topics will include: hydrocarbons, water as life, enzymes, and thermodynamics.
This course will build upon what is learned in General Chemistry I by applying chemical concepts to biological applications.
Having a fundamental background in chemistry is essential to understanding biological processes. This course will provide the basic background needed for advanced chemistry and biology courses. Students will later apply what they learned in this course to more advanced courses.
This course will conform to the Biblical affirmation of Creationism.
The fundamentals of chemistry are essential for understanding global health and medicine in any setting around the world.
Students will learn how the concepts of chemistry apply to general health.
General chemistry is universal. Students will learn the basics of chemistry that can be applied to every culture.
A basic understanding of chemistry will allow students to understand such things as water quality as well as biological processes in the body.
The student will gain an understanding of basic chemistry that can be applied to biological systems.