General Chemistry II Online Course
This course covers the elementary principles and theories of chemistry; Intermolecular forces, liquids, solids, solutions, kinetics, equilibria, acids and bases, precipitation, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry.
This course is accompanied by General Chemistry II Lab Online.
|Course Title||CHEM 122: General Chemistry II|
|Credits||3 undergraduate credits|
|Prerequisite||CHEM 121 with a grade of C or better, and CHEM 121L|
|Format||Online - Self-Paced Enroll Anytime|
|Cost||Tuition is $384.88 per credit. Visit the Costs & Aid page regarding additional costs.|
About General Chemistry II Online Course
This course covers the elementary principles and theories of chemistry; Intermolecular forces, liquids, solids, solutions, kinetics, equilibria, acids and bases, precipitation, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry. After successfully completing this course, students will be able to do the following:
- Remember terms associated with the following concepts of chemistry: the states of matter, the control of chemical reactions, and some chemistry of the elements.
- Predict simple chemical and physical behavior based on chemical structure.
- Describe the role that energy plays in chemical systems and in modern society.
- Understand the need for multiple exposures to material to develop a solid understanding of it, for example, completing class assignments and electronic homework to learn, not just for a grade.
- Identify important resources for their own subsequent learning (being a self-directed learner).
- Come to see themselves as a person who is more educated about chemistry than they were before they took this course.
- Relate ideas about chemistry into other fields such as biology, medicine, and engineering as well as everyday life.
- Be excited about chemistry as a broad, complex, multifaceted field of study, that is, a subject that is the foundation to the physical world.
- Engage in quantitative reasoning, that is,
- Express and solve mathematical problems that describe chemical behavior on the macro-scale.
- Analyze and interpret graphs and tables containing technical data and see relationships in the real world that are being described.
Students have 3 to 9 months to complete this course from the time of enrollment. You may work at your own pace and complete lessons on your own schedule, submitting up to three items per week for grading. This course contains 14 lessons including 5 proctored exams that are designed to focus your study of Chemistry and to assist you in achieving the course learning objectives/outcomes. Each lesson contains learning objectives, a to-do list, required reading, and a video with supporting materials. You will work on a combination of problem sheets, quizzes, mid-term exams, and final exam. Lesson topics include:
- Solutions and Colloids
- Fundamentals of Equilibrium Concepts
- Acid-Base Equilibria
- Equilibria of Other Reaction Classes
- Organic Chemistry
- Nuclear Chemistry
The course syllabus provides the course description and objectives, lesson topics, assignment information, grading criteria, and more.
Required Textbook and Materials
- Textbook: Chemistry 2e, OpenStax, 2019, this e-text is free and accessed online through a link in the Blackboard site. If you would like a paper copy, use ISBN-13 9781593995782.
- Student Solution Guide: The free student solution guide is available online though a link in the Blackboard site.
- ALEKS Homework System: ALEKS is an online learning and assessment tool that helps to build proficiency. You can purchase an access code through the ALEKS link in the Blackboard course
- Calculator: A non-programmable calculator (capable of exponential notation) is required for exams. Note: The Ti-83/84, Ti-83/84 plus and T-83/84 plus silver edition and above (or equivalent) calculators WILL NOT be permitted to be used on the exams. Each student must have his/her own calculator and know how to use it. Cell phones may NOT be used as calculators for exams.
How will the course appear on my transcript?
You may enroll at any time and have 3-9 months to complete this online course. The college credits you earn will be recorded on your transcript in the semester you register.
Why Take Online Classes at UND?
Here are a few reasons why you should take an online enroll anytime course at UND:
- Great customer service – Our registration team is ready to answer questions quickly so you can focus on your coursework.
- Affordable – UND's enroll anytime courses are priced at North Dakota's affordable, in-state tuition rate.
- Accredited – UND is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
- Easily transfer credits – Transferring credits is always at the discretion of the institution to which the credits are being transferred. In general, credits from schools/universities that are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission transfer to other regionally accredited institutions. UND's online courses appear on your UND transcript in the same way as other courses.
Flexible 100% Online Course
You'll take this online course at your own pace. Some students thrive in this environment, while other students may struggle with setting their own deadlines. If you have successfully taken an independent study or correspondence course previously, UND’s enroll anytime courses may be right for you. Still not sure? Take our online quiz to help determine if online enroll anytime courses are right for you.
Course information including tuition, technology requirements, textbooks, lessons and exams is subject to change without notice.