- Analyze Dalton's atomic theory with respect to the structure of the atom.
- Describe the states of matter, their properties, and the effect of chemical measurements on chemical calculations.
- Solve chemical problems relating to various aspects of stoichiometry, such as the mole, molecular formulas, and chemical equations.
- Describe the process of phase change and the properties of liquids and solids.
- Summarize the applications of various gas laws and the Kinetic-Molecular theory.
- Summarize factors affecting solubility and the colligative properties of liquids.
- Review the various types of chemical reactions.
- Analyze quantum theory with respect to the structure of the atom.
- Explore the organization of the periodic table with respect to atomic properties.
- Compare and contrast the properties of the main group elements.
- Relate the properties of the transition elements to the formation of coordination compounds.
- Analyze the various theories of chemical bonding.
- Apply various theories to depict molecular shape.
- Apply the various laws of thermodynamics to define enthalpy and calculate standard heats of reactions.
- Distinguish between the concepts of entropy, free energy, and work.
- Explore reaction mechanisms and the factors affecting the rate of a reaction.
- Express chemical equilibria with the help of the reaction quotient and the equilibrium constant.
- Analyze the various properties of acids and bases in water and the pH scale.
- Review the various aspects of acid-base equilibria.
- Detail the applications of ionic equilibria in buffer systems and titration curves.
- Distinguish between the different types of organic molecules.
- Analyze the concept of radioactive decay and its role in the application of radioisotopes.
- Have a clear understanding of lab safety protocol.
- Understand the scientific and have experience applying it during laboratory experiments.
- Recognize what makes a successful analysis.
- Have conducted successful experiments.
- Understand why molecules have a particular shape.
- Understand and approximate the importance of Avogadro’s Number.
- Recognize balanced chemical equations.
- Observe how a catalyst affects a reaction.
- Understand how to appropriately draft a lab report.
- Understand how to evaluate hypotheses in terms of data created by lab experiments.
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Guild provides reduced cost education for working adults. We’ll help you have an affordable path to move your education forward.
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The Lifelong Learning Credit (up to $2000) and the American Opportunity Tax Credit* (up to $2500) are both available annually to eligible U.S. students.
Guild negotiates reduced tuition with partner colleges and programs, giving you affordable options from the start.
Guild works with your employer to offer corporate tuition assistance to qualified employees.
Guild is committed to reduce the cost of higher education for hard-working adults. We'll help make an affordable path to move your education forward.
* The American Opportunity Tax Credit is only available for eligible students in undergrad or master's degree programs. All other funding categories are available for all eligible students. Please check with your individual employer to verify your eligibility.
Guild is designed for working adults. With 100% online classes, you work and study when it’s most convenient for you.
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- We learn best by doing: Experimentation, learning by doing, feedback and reflection lay at the core of every learning experience with Guild.
- Feedback makes us better, in fact, it’s a gift: Practice only makes perfect when we get feedback on how to improve.
- Reflection is a need-to-have, not a nice-to-have: Reflection allows us to digest the learnings and feedback we’ve received.
- Community matters: We’re all in this together and we expect all Guild members to appreciate the role we play in each other’s learning experience.