Student Publications – Yearbook
This workshop allows students to develop skills that contribute to production of the yearbook.
Organic Chemistry for the Health Sciences
An introduction to organic chemistry with emphasis on nomenclature, physical characteristics, and selected reactions. This course focuses on the simple functional groups with special attention given to carbonyl chemistry. Meets the general studies requirement in Nature if CHEM 112 and CHEM 114 are also completed. Prerequisites: CHEM 101 or high school chemistry, along with a minimum SAT or ACT or GPA as set by the chair of the Department of Biology and Chemistry
Laboratory for the Health Sciences
This course includes several experimental activities involving some general chemistry topics such as reactions, equilibrium solutions, and acid/base phenomena. The bulk of the lab activities look at the physical and chemical characteristics of the common organic functional groups. Special fee applies. Meets the general studies requirement in Nature if CHEM 111 and CHEM 112 are also completed. Prerequisite/corequisite: CHEM 111
This is a continuation of MUS 113. In addition to weekly private lessons, students attend a group master class each week. Special fee applies. Prerequisite: MUS 113
Water Safety Instructor Course
This is a certified water safety instructor course of the American Red Cross. This is not a Fitness for Life class. This class does not meet the general studies requirement for University Skills and Requirements.