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Online General Chemistry II

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Online General Chemistry II is equivalent to a one semester course with a laboratory designed for individuals with a baccalaureate degree who need second semester general chemistry as a prerequisite to apply for admission to health professions programs.

Graduate programs that may require CHEM 1011 & CHEM 1011L: General Chemistry II & Lab may include but are not limited to:

  • Medicine
  • Veterinary medicine
  • Dental medicine
  • Nursing
  • Physical therapy
  • Physician assistant

The overall goal of this online graduate level chemistry class is to give the student interested in the health professions an introduction to general chemistry emphasizing the concepts that will be important for, and provide the basis for, the subjects the student will encounter in their future studies.

Course outline

These subjects covered in this course include mixtures, trends in the periodic table, organic chemistry, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, elements in nature, chemistry of transition elements and nuclear chemistry, bonding, theories of covalent bonding, shapes of molecules, and intermolecular forces of liquids and solids. Click here to see the full course outline for General Chemistry II.

Registering for the lab

General Chemistry II is designed for the student to take the lecture (CHEM1011) and lab (CHEM1011L) concurrently in order to earn four credits. For the full four credits, you must register for both CHEM1011 and CHEM1011L. For students who only need a specific portion of General Chemistry II, however, you have the option to take lecture only (CHEM1011 three credits) or lab only (CHEM1011L one credit).

Learn more about the laboratories that accompany Online Medical General Chemistry II »

Enroll anytime, finish at your own pace

Working at the pace typical for a four semester hour course, the average student will complete the online course in approximately 16 weeks. Many students are nontraditional students who have elected an online course for it’s flexibility. For added convenience, students may enroll at any time. Since the course is self-paced, you may complete the course in less than 16 weeks.

Prerequisites

CHEM 1010 (General Chemistry Lecture), CHEM 1010L (General Chemistry Lab), and college level algebra must be completed before registering for this course. All prerequisite courses must have been completed successfully within the past seven years.

Technical Requirements

To learn more about the technical requirements for this and other Post-Baccalaureate courses, click here.

Required Course Materials

CHEM 1011 Required Course Materials

Chemistry, The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change
Martin S. Silberberg
McGraw-Hill
6th Edition 2012

Optional:
Study Guide to accompany the above textbook
Martin S. Silberberg
McGraw-Hill
6th Edition 2012

Visit the UNE Bookstore to order your course materials.

Tuition and Fees

Lecture and Lab

Credits: 4
Tuition: $1260
Registration: $25
Total: $1285
The cost of the materials is not included in this total.

Lecture only

Credits: 3
Tuition: $945
Registration: $25
Total: $970
The cost of the materials is not included in this total.

Lab only

Credits: 1
Tuition: $315
Registration: $0
Total: $315
The cost of the materials is not included in this total.

Note: The cost of the Lab Paq is not included in the tuition fee and must be purchased by the student directly from the supplier, Hands-On Labs Inc. The website address is www.labpaq.com.

Exam Procedures

  1. Online Proctoring Center

    For instruction on how to take your exams online, visit Online Learning's ProctorU site.

  2. Written Proctored Exam

    Students may take the exam at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine's Campus. Please contact us for information at COMDistance@une.edu or (207) 602-2494. For a detailed Exam Policy please see course syllabus.

Enrollment

You may enroll any day the University is open. Your official start date is the date that the course opens.
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to call us at 1-855-325-0894.

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