Chemistry | Elementary Chemistry 2
C102 | 14180 | D. Johnson
Prerequisite: C101 or its equivalent. Taken concurrently with C122.
A continuation of C101. Designed to give a one-semester overview of
organic and biological chemistry for students who need two semesters
of general chemistry and for students planning careers in the allied
health sciences. The course emphasizes aspects of chemistry, which
are relevant to health-related fields. The course consists of two
major parts: organic chemistry with particular reference to the
basic types of compounds that are present in living systems; and the
biochemistry of these compounds, their structures, synthesis and
metabolism, and how energy is obtained from biochemical processes.
Some aspects of nutrition will also be covered in the course.
Credit given for only C102, C106, or S106; however, for students
electing to major in allied health sciences after having taken C106
or S106, credit may also be received for C102 with consent of the
chemistry undergraduate adviser.