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CHE 105 Everyday Chemistry 3 Credits. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours.

A course for non-science majors on the relevance of basic principles of chemistry to daily life. Topics include: laboratory/data analysis, matter classification, the periodic table, compound formation, chemical reactions, synthesis/analysis of consumer products, and the global impact of consumerism.
Prerequisites: MAT 093 or appropriate Math placement, and FYE 120 or placement into ENG 101 (minimum grade C for both)
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Ohio Transfer Module Approved

Courses Earned through AP Exam Credit

...3 CHE 121 : General Chemistry 1 & CHE 131...Microeconomics 3-5 ECO 105 : Principles of Microeconomics...

Courses Earned through CLEP Exam Credit

...Chemistry 66 and above CHE 121 : General Chemistry...56 and above SOC 105 : Introduction to Sociology...

Graduation Requirements

...BIO Chemistry department code CHE Environmental Science department...101 is required) FYE 105 College Success Strategies...