College Chemistry I
Advanced Chemical Analysis (4471): (2 weighted high school science credits)
This course focuses on the fundamental principles and laws of chemistry. Extensive laboratory work will serve as the basic tool for students to explore chemistry topics. The course will provide insights into inorganic and organic chemistry. The students will explore advanced concepts such as kinetics, acid/base chemistry, equilibrium, thermochemistry, and electrochemistry. The course will emphasize problem-solving through chemical calculations. Advanced Chemical Analysis is a college-level course with a strong focus on laboratory work. It examines topics typically studied during the first year of college by science majors.
Jennifer Clarke is the Advanced Chemical Analysis Instructor. She earned a B.S. in chemistry from Radford University and two degrees from the University of South Carolina, a M.S. and M.A.T. in chemistry. Ms. Clarke is in her 27th year of teaching chemistry. She started at the Governor’s School in 1996.