General chemistry for non-science and science majors
Oregon State Ecampus delivers general chemistry courses online for non-science and science majors which satisfy requirements in a variety of fields.
OSU faculty demonstrate how they teach chemistry online by using a variety of interactive tactics to engage students.
General chemistry for non-science majors
Students majoring in physical, biological or environmental sciences may require these chemistry courses in their program of study. In addition, students entering health-care fields with a focus on patient care – or in roles such as technicians, therapists, technologists, dental hygienists and dietitians — may require general chemistry.
These classes are geared toward students who have had no previous training in chemistry and for those whose college aptitude test scores indicate the need for a more elementary introduction to chemistry.
The labs are included within each course, saving you time and money while providing ample opportunity for exploration of concepts.
Core classes – non-science
Each lab in the CH 261/262/263 sequence is delivered in an intensive, three-day format designed for Ecampus students to minimize time required on-campus. Learn more about this optional lab series. Completion of the core classes satisfies most of OSU’s undergraduate baccalaureate core requirements.
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This class (CH 121) far exceeded my expectations for an online course. I found it wonderfully organized with relevant material and clear expectations. I would heartily recommend this class.
Hasina, Online general chemistry student in Oregon