• This class is intended for pre-health/pre-nursing majors and anyone interested in general chemistry. Through lecture and hands-on demonstration, topics will include an introduction to general chemistry, measurement systems, atomic structure, chemistry periodicity, bonding chemical reactions, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry.

  • Through lecture and demonstration, science majors will be introduced to functional groups of organic chemistry and important biochemical structures, concepts, & processes.

  • Intended for science majors, this course introduces students to the world of microorganisms prokaryotic cell structure function, microbial genetics, the immune response, etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, treatment of control of important infectious disease of humans through lecture and hands-on demonstrations.

  • Designed for pre-health/pre-nursing and biomedical majors, this course covers the structure and function of the endocrine, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, reproductive and urinary systems of humans. Through lecture and hands-on demonstration, principles of integration of metabolism, energy flow, and homeostasis will be emphasized.  

  • Intended for science majors or for core science credits, students will be introduced to cellular organization & function. Through lecture and hands-on demonstrations, students will deal with structure, energy transformation in living systems, respiration, photosynthesis, the cell cycle, classical genetics, molecular genetics, & biotechnology.

  • Intended for environmental and biomedical majors, the lectures and demonstrations in this course cover the properties of elements, inorganic compounds, liquid solutions, chemicals equilibria and chemical kinetics.

  • Intended for education and non-science majors, this introductory course is primarily for students lacking high school physics and chemistry.  Through  lecture  and  hands-on  demonstration,  principles  of  chemistry  and  physics  will  be  introduced.  A non-algebraic approach is used to study mechanics, heat, atomic structure, chemical combinations, electricity, and fundamentals of earth science.

  • While intended for PreHealth/Pre-Nursing and Biomedical majors, any student would benefit from this course. Students will learn general principles of cell and tissue biology that apply to all living systems. The structure and function of skeletal, muscular, nervous systems along with homeostasis, control, and integration of the human body will be emphasized through lecture and hands-on demonstration.