Knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural world, including:
- Understand, make calculations regarding, and explain the properties of materials
- Analyze samples and predict, measure and characterize the products of chemical reactions.
Intellectual and practical skills, including:
- Do basic operations on computers, laboratory instrumentation and wet bench analysis techniques.
- Effectively communicate chemical knowledge both in writing and verbal presentations.
- Make observations, collect data, and perform mathematical calculations on experimental data
Personal and social responsibility and engagement, including:
- Work and study individually and as a member of a group, including respecting others and sharing labor to achieve objectives.
- Apply the understanding of science and chemistry to gain insight into sociopolitical issues such as energy, material resources and environmental quality and to assess and discuss public statements and policies relating to them.
Integrative and applied learning, including:
- Write a quality lab report which summarizes results, analyses data, proposes reasons for error and states a conclusion.
Upon completion of the program, student will prepared to transfer to a baccalaureate program.