|1.||Apply the principles of chemical kinetics and equilibrium to laboratory practices;|
|2.||Determine the concentrations and pH of acids and bases;|
|3.||Identify and understand the principles of organic chemistry, biological, nuclear, and thermo chemistry and how they interact with each other;|
|4.||Apply the principles of organic and biological chemistry to solve problems in laboratory settings; and|
|5.||Reflect on how knowledge and skills in chemistry adds value to career options in the biomedical sciences.|
|Other||Three (3) Online tutorial tests (5% each)||15%|
|Laboratory Work||Ten (10) experiments and associated Laboratory Data Sheets||30%|
|Examination||Final Examination (2 hours)||55%|
Chemistry for Today: General, Organic and Biochemistry 8th ed.
Seager, S. L. and Slabaugh, M. R., (2014)
Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning
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