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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program students will be able to:

General Education

  • Demonstrate the ability to report scientific information appropriately and effectively.
  • Critically analyze and raise questions about product claims.
  • Carry out a chemical experiment to test hypothesis and critically analyze the results.
  • Be ethically responsible by applying basic chemical knowledge to safely use and dispose of household chemicals.

Majors

  • Demonstrate the ability to report scientific information appropriately and effectively.
  • Utilizes the scientific method to analyze and interpret data.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking through the discussion section of written lab reports.
  • Use appropriate computer programs and instrumentation to explore chemistry.

Allied Health Chemistry

  • Demonstrate the ability to report scientific information appropriately and effectively.
  • Utilizes the scientific method to analyze and interpret data.
  • Use the periodic table and other reference sources to gather information needed to solve chemical problems.
  • Identify functional groups or reaction types and understand the role of biologically important molecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids) in the body.