Liberty CHEM 108 Chemistry for Nursing Professionals Entire Class



Liberty CHEM 108 Chemistry for Nursing Professionals Entire Class


Course Description

A study of the basics of general and organic chemistry at an introductory level, including atomic structure, bonding, acids and bases, organic functional groups, and selected organic reactions, with an emphasis on health science professional applications. This course includes an independent hands-on microscale laboratory experience.

The student should study the Liberty University syllabus before completing the checklist given in the Course Overview.


This course provides foundational knowledge of chemistry for students in the health science fields. Its goal is to increase competency in analytical reasoning by developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills and to provide a foundation in chemistry for health science professionals; it also conveys ways knowledge is acquired in natural science and introduces some laboratory skills.

NOTE: Completion of CHEM 108 with a grade of C or higher is required for graduation from the RN to BSN and RT to BSRT online degree program.

Measurable Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

    1. Describe structures and properties of atoms, ions, molecules, pure inorganic, organic, and biological substances and mixtures.
    2. Name inorganic and organic substances.
    3. Write chemical formulas and structures of inorganic, organic, and biological substances.
    4. Write balanced chemical equations for reactions of inorganic, organic, and biological substances.
    5. Identify energy and equilibrium effects in physical and chemical changes.
    6. Perform calculations with unit conversions, energy, mass/moles, gas laws, concentrations, and acidity.
    7. Identify the general structure, properties, function, and basic reactions of biological molecules.
    8. Analyze data to explain and critique experimental results.
    9. Write laboratory reports based on experimental data and analysis.
    10. Discuss the implications of the biblical worldview on the study of chemistry.

Course Assignment

Textbook readings and lecture presentations/notes

Course Requirements Checklist

After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.

Discussions (2)

Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student will research an assigned topic and post a thread in the appropriate Discussions. Each thread must be at least 250 words, and each reply must be at least 150 words.

Homework Assignments (8)

The student will complete homework assignments using the McGraw-Hill CONNECT system. Each homework assignment will correspond to the weekly reading and instruction material covered in the course.

Lab Report Assignments (8)

The student will complete 1 lab exercise in each module. Grades are based on the quality of results, calculations, and interpretations of results. Completing every lab, including performing the “wet” experiment and submitting the report, is required to pass this course. In some labs, the student will also complete lab simulations and/or online activities. Each student must obtain data and answer questions in laboratory assignments individually, and the sharing of data or answers between students will be considered academic dishonesty (plagiarism or cheating).

Quizzes (8)

A quiz will be given every Module: Week for the textbook chapters covered. Quizzes will contain 40 questions that may be in multiple-choice, true/false, and/or fill-in-the-blank format. Students will have 120 minutes to complete each quiz. Quizzes are limited to one attempt.



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