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Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
Master of Science in Chemistry Education
A college preparatory course, which is a study of the fundamental principles of chemistry and is designed to prepare students to continue into college level chemistry. Topics include: properties of matter; atomic structure; atomic structure; bonding, chemical reactions, stoichiometry and the kinetic molecular theory. The scope of the course stresses theory with extensive mathematical applications. Frequent student experimentation is integrated with the course work.
Honors level college preparatory chemistry, which will be a comprehensive study of the principles of chemistry. Topics include: properties of matter; atomic structure; atomic structure; bonding, chemical reactions, stoichiometry and the kinetic molecular theory. Recommended for students having solid mathematical backgrounds, strong interest in the sciences, and considering careers in medicine, engineering or the sciences. Students that plan to continue into AP Chemistry are encouraged to take this course.
This second year chemistry course is designed primarily for students intending to pursue college-level work in the science, engineering or medical fields. As an AP course it is designed to be the equivalent of a college level general chemistry course with emphasis on physical, qualitative, quantitative and organic areas; it will have correlated collegiate level laboratory experimentation. Students in this course are expected to take the AP Examination. "This class is difficult and pushes you, but as a result you learn and understand the concepts very well." – Sean, Grade 11