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1 Proposal: number 156

156. CHEM 16.3: Chemistry in Modern Society

Contact:Gerald Koeppl
Authors:Gerald Koeppl
Cherice Evans
Abstract:Chemistry in Modern Society is a course for non-science majors which presents
the basic principles of chemistry with intellectual honesty but without the
focus on theory and mathematical analysis used in courses for majors. The focus
is instead on practical applications of chemistry to important problems
involving environmental pollution, energy sources, nuclear chemistry, and human
health.

Submissions and Approvals

Course Date Requirement Action By Whom Notes
CHEM 16.3 2010-02-21 NS Submitted Dept
CHEM 16.3 2010-05-12 NS Approved GEAC 16.1 and 16.3 together count as NS+L; 16.3 alone counts as NS; 16.1 alone counts as nothing.
CHEM 16.3 2011-11-10 NS+L Approved UCC Both 16.1 and 16.3 must be completed to receive any GenEd credit.
CHEM 16.3 2011-12-08 NS+L Approved Senate Both 16.1 and 16.3 must be completed to receive any GenEd credit.