CHE180.1 General Chemistry Lecture I (Fall)

Taught at ICAI School of Engineering. Designed for science and engineering students, this course provides students with an introduction to chemistry. It concentrates on the fundamental principles and laws underlying chemical action. After taking this course, students will understand the fundamental principles and applications of:

  • States of matter
  • Chemical bonding
  • Nomenclature
  • Periodicity
  • Chemical reactions
  • Thermodynamics
  • Stoichiometry
  • Gas laws
  • Atomic and molecular structure

Equivalent to Syracuse University course CHE 106.

Grades: Grades for CHE 180.1 + 180.2 UAM do not post to your SU transcript until our office receives the official transcript from ICAI (as late as February), so you should ensure that this timing will not adversely affect you academically or in terms of financial aid awarding.

Corequisite: CHE 180.2 (1 credit, equivalent to Syracuse University course CHE 107)

Course restriction: For matriculated Syracuse students, credit is given for CHE 180.1 or 106 or 109 or CHE 150, but not more than one of these.

Department: Chemistry

Location: Madrid

Semester: Fall

Credits: 3