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This is an introductory chemistry course.  Major topics include lab safety, measurement and matter, atomic theory, chemical names, compounds, mole concept, chemical reactions and calculations, the periodic table, bonding, gases, solutions and acids and bases.

Credits:
4.0

CHEM 0401 is a laboratory science at the advanced level and, with CHEM 0402, is equivalent ot high school Chemistry 11. Topics covered include safety, the scientific method, measurement and calculation, properties of matter, the atom, chemical formulas and equations, and types of chemical reactions. 

Credits:
2.0

CHEM 0402 is a laboratory science at the advanced level and, with CHEM 0401, is equivalent to high school Chemistry 11. Topics covered include: the atom, periodic trends, stoichiometric calculations, solutions, acids and bases

Credits:
2.0

This course is intended for students who require a Provincial Level (grade 12) standing in Chemistry. Topics include reaction kinetics, equilibrium, solubility of ionic substances, acids and bases, and oxidation-reduction equations. This course includes a laboratory component.

Three topics will be covered. The first is a review of general chemical principles, including stoichiometric descriptions of chemical reactions together with a brief history of chemistry as a science. Next, the microscopic description of the natural world as it relates to chemistry, will be discussed with particular consideration to atomic...

Credits:
3.0

Continuation of the study of chemical principles initiated in CHEM 101, this course also consists of three topics. In the first, a quantitative description of chemical reactions with a look at both the short term rates of reactions and their long time, or equilibrium, behaviour will be carried out. In the second, an introduction to...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces students to fundamental principles of chemistry including the concepts of nomenclature, stoichiometry, states of matter, atoms and subatomic particles, quantum chemistry, bonding, intermolecular forces and their influence on states of matter. Microscopic description of the natural world will be used to explain macroscopic...

Credits:
3.0

Designed for students with grade 12 chemistry and mathematics. A working knowledge of stoichiometry and other basic algebraic and chemistry skills is assumed. In CHEM 121, four topics will be covered in depth. The first two topics deal with the microscopic description of the natural world as it relates to chemistry. In particular, in the first...

Credits:
3.0

Continuation of the study of chemical principles initiated in CHEM 121, this course consists of three topics, namely, thermodynamics, a quantitative description of chemical reactions and a survey of organic chemistry. In the first topic, the four laws of thermodynamics will be discussed with particular emphasis on their application to chemical...

Credits:
3.0

This course is an overview of the chemistry involved in the brewing, packaging, and taste of beer. An introduction to the history of beer making around the world will be reviewed. Beer’s role in different cultures as well as its effects on human health will be covered. Next, the ingredients that make up beer will be discussed with a focus on...

Credits:
3.0

This course provides students who have taken first year chemistry with an in depth introduction to organic chemistry. Topics included in this course are a detailed study of the properties and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatics, arenes and alkyl halides. (3,3,0)

Credits:
3.0

This course is a continuation of the in depth introduction to organic chemistry begun in CHEM 230. Topics included in this course are a detailed study of the properties and reactions of alcohols, ethers, carboxylic acids, aldehydes, ketones, amines, phenols and carbohydrates. (3,3,0)

Credits:
3.0

Community Literacy and Learning 010 is based on learner goals. Leaner goals will be from one or more of the domains: Reading, Writing, Math, Information Technology, and Oral communication. The course offers learners an opportunity to work on their self-identified learning goals in a community setting with transition to the college being their...

Credits:
0

This two week course is the prerequisite course for students entering the Community Mental Health Worker program. This course is designed as an overview of the field of psychosocial rehabilitation. It will introduce students to the theoretical concepts related to mental disorders, recovery and psycho-social rehabilitation and basic...

This course is designed as an introduction to the field of psychosocial rehabilitation. The history of mental health will be discussed as will the current Mental Health Act. The course will also introduce students to a wide range of mental health issues and psychological disorders as outlined in the DSM-IV-TR. Other issues related to mental...

This course will prepare students to work in the field by providing them with the skills and techniques necessary for developing a successful therapeutic relationship. This will be accomplished by emphasizing communication skills, including empathy, warmth and respect. Students will have the opportunity to practice and develop a variety of...

This course will focus on the concepts and principles of recovery and Pscyhosocial Rehabilitation (PSR). It will provide a theoretical and practical knowledge base for the entry-level skills required to deliver PSR. Students will participate in activities that highlight the concepts of recovery and provide practical experience in application of...

This course will provide the students an opportunity to develop the beginning knowledge and skills for effective responses to clients experiencing co-existing alcohol and other drug dependency addiction and mental illness. Emphasis will be on understanding addictions, intervention approaches and prevention. The importance of culture in working...

In this course, students explore the nature of culture and how it affects one’s values, beliefs, and attitudes. Students will begin to develop an understanding of diversity of culture along the northwest corridor emphasis is placed on aboriginal peoples. Importance of culture and cultural healing practices that can be utilized in combination...

This course provides students with the opportunity to develop their newly acquired skills in a clinical setting. Students will be challenged to use all of the psychosocial rehabilitation concepts and therapeutic skills they learned throughout the program. Students will also gain experience working as part of a community mental health team.

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