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CHM 1033
Chemistry for Health Sciences
This course meets the new curriculum
requirements of FKCC’s pre-nursing
program approved by the State of
Florida’s Board of Nursing. This course
emphasizes chemistry topics related to
the allied health science through the
study of the essentials of inorganic and
organic chemistry and biochemistry as it
relates to processes and functions of the
human body.
CHM 1045
General Chemistry I
The lecture portion of each class
consists of approximately 50 minutes
of lecture addressing topics from the
required textbook. Atomic structure and
molecular structure are studied, as well
as the relation between mass and moles.
The periodic properties of the elements,
chemical reactions and chemical
bonding are mastered and their relation
to the three macro physical states of
matter: gas, liquid, and solid.
CHM 1045L
General Chemistry I Lab
The lab portion of each class consists of
approximately two and one-half hours
of assigned laboratory work. Topics
will be selected to complement the
lecture material from CHM1045. Atomic
structure and molecular structure are
studied, as well as the relation between
mass and moles. The periodic properties
of the elements, chemical reactions and
chemical bonding are studied and their
relation to the three macro physical
states of matter: gas, liquid, and solid.
CHM 1046
General Chemistry II
Chemical Equlibria, kinetics and electro-
chemistry will be introduced. The nature
of the chemical bond will be studied,
introducing the lewis dot structure,
and the vesper theory of structure
determination.
CHM 1046L
General Chemistry II Lab
Topics will be selected to complement
the lecture material from CHM 1046.
Major topics will be redox titrations
and the separation and identification of
groups I-IV cations.
PHY 1053C
General Physics I
Principles of mechanics, heat, and sound.
For students not majoring in physics or
engineering, or majors who have not
had high school physics.
PHY 1054C
General Physics II
Principles of electricity, magnetism, light,
and introduction to modern physics.
For students not majoring in physics or
engineering or majors who have not had
high school physics.
MET 1010
Introduction to Meteorology
Basic physical principles used in
explaining the structure of the
atmosphere, weather processes,
and storms. Elements of weather
observations, weather instruments
and reporting. This course provides
background for those who can utilize
meteorology in their weather related
activities.
CHM 2210
Organic Chemistry I
The lecture portion of each class
consists of approximately 50 minutes
(75 minutes for classes that meet twice
a week) of lecture, three times a week,
addressing topics from the required
textbook. Fundamentals of organic
chemistry are introduced. These include
the IUPAC system of nomenclature for
hydrocarbons, common names,
isomerism, conformational analysis,
and explanations of stability differences
in an homologus series. Classes of
compounds that will be studied are:
alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and arenes and
their derivatives. Reference will be made
to day-to-day events that are linked to
organic chemistry topics.
CHM 2210L
Organic Chemistry I Lab
Experiments will be designed to
reinforce the lecture topics in 2210C
and familiarize students with laboratory
equipment and techniques. Fractional
distillations at atmospheric and reduced
pressure, melting point experiments,
colligative properties, model building
and Internet activities will be used.
Additionally, the publisher’s web site will
be available as supplemental material.
CHM 2211
Organic Chemistry II
The lecture portion of each class
consists of approximately 50 minutes
(75 minutes for classes that meet twice
a week) of lecture addressing topics
from the required textbook. Continuing
fundamentals of organic chemistry will
be introduced. Classes of compounds
that will be studied are: substituted
aromatic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides,
alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones,
organic acids, amines, sugars, fats, oils,
proteins and their derivatives. Reference
will be made to day-to-day events that
are linked to organic chemistry topics.
CHM 2211L
Organic Chemistry II Lab
Continuing fundamentals of organic
chemistry will be demonstrated. Classes
of compounds that will be studied are:
substituted aromatic hydrocarbons,
alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes,
ketones, organic acids, amines, sugars,
fats, oils, proteins and their derivatives.
Reference will be made to day-to-
day events that are linked to organic
chemistry topics.
Political Science
POS 1001
Intro to Political Science
The course provides an introduction
to the scope and method of Political
Science. After formulating a basic
definition of politics, the student will
examine the interaction of politics with
society and with government.
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