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  • $350 per credit

Total: $1,400 per 4 credit course


Chemistry with Lab (NR.110.206)

Chemistry with Lab (NR.110.206) *

Course Description

The Chemistry with Lab course introduces the core concepts of matter and energy, atomic structure, the periodic system, chemical bonding, nomenclature, stoichiometry, weight relationships, gases, solutions, chemical reactions, thermodynamics and equilibrium. The course includes a virtual laboratory component designed to enhance lecture topics. The course content provides the foundation of general chemistry necessary for students who are interested in applying to health profession programs. (4 credits)

SAMPLE Course Syllabus (pdf download)
Note: This is a SAMPLE course syllabus and does not necessarily reflect the most recent version of the course syllabus. Do not order the textbook found on this sample syllabus. For further information regarding materials for this course, please visit the Prerequisite Textbook Information page

* Offered, but not required for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing MSN Entry into Nursing Program.

Course Outcomes

  1. Interconvert amount of substance between moles, mass and molecular weight
  2. Use conversion factors in calculations involving solids, liquids, gases, solutions, heat and energy.
  3. Calculate and express solution concentrations in various ways, such as mass percent, parts per million, mole fraction, molality, and molarity.
  4. Write balanced chemical equations and distinguish between different types of chemical reactions.
  5. Describe the major components of an atom, write symbols for isotopes and calculate the average masses of elements.
  6. Predict direction of change in reactions at equilibrium and measure reaction rates.
  7. Predict the types of intermolecular forces within a compound.
  8. Describe the geometry and polarity of molecules and predict their physical properties.
  9. Describe the properties of acids and bases and measure their concentrations in solutions.

Required Textbook and Course Materials

The custom bundle required for this course includes an electronic copy of the textbook and access to resources within Cengage OWL. Students will also need to purchase access to Labster to complete course lab content.

For further information regarding materials for this course, please visit the Prerequisite Textbook
Information
 page.

Learn More about Online Prerequisites

  • Why Prerequisites at Hopkins?
    • Top-ranked Nursing School
    • Affordable
    • An introduction to the excellence of a Johns Hopkins education
    • Health-focused perspective delivered through a facilitated teaching approach (participatory, interactive, engaging)
    • Instructor led, online convenience
    • 11-week format
  • What are the Prerequisites for Nursing?

    Every nursing school has entrance requirements that are a little different, but for the most part, prerequisites for nursing school are similar. Here are prerequisites offered at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing:

  • Are these prerequisite courses appropriate for health professions other than nursing?

    The short answer is yes! Prospective students pursuing any discipline in need of supplemental coursework can now take instructor-led, undergraduate-level prerequisites all online at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Always speak directly with the program/school at which you are applying to confirm, but our courses are designed to align with requirements for other health programs like:

    • Occupational Therapy (OT)
    • Physical Therapy (PT)
    • Physician Assistant (PA)
    • Pharmacist
    • Pre-Med
  • Recorded Events and Informational Videos
    Prerequisite Info Session and Virtual Classroom Tour, August 15, 2022.

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  • Textbook Information
    For further information regarding required materials for all courses, please visit the Prerequisite Textbook Information page.

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