This course contains some of the basic concepts in general chemistry and some introductory aspects of organic chemistry. General chemistry covers the topics on chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids, and bases, acid-base equilibria and solubility and ion-complex equilibria. Organic chemistry covers introduction to organic chemistry, hydrocarbon, aromatic compounds, hydroxyl compounds, carbonyl compound, carboxylic compounds and its derivatives and amines.

On  completion of this course, students will be able to:

CLO1 : Apply fundamental concepts and principles associated with kinetics, equilibrium, acid-base, and applications of aqueous equilibria and organic chemistry through their written work and class presentation. (C3, PLO1)

CLO2 : Implement critical thinking through solving problems on how to analyze theoretical chemistry and their application in the field of medical/pharmacy. (C3, PLO2)

CLO3 : Demonstrate the theory of chemistry through creative productions. (C3, PLO4)

Assessment Methods and Types:

·  Formative: Tutorial, Assignment

·  Summative:

      * Continuous assessment  50%

(these consist of Presentations (SCTL) (10%), Midterm Exam – written assessment ; problem solving questions (20%),  Chemistry Project - presentation ; 3Ds Models (10%), and Tests written assessment ; problem solving questions (10%))

      * Final / end-of-course assessment (50%) 

[these consist of written assessments with the following question types:  Multiple Choice Questions (12.5%), Short Answer Questions (SAQ – 18.75%)] and Essay Questions (EQ – 18.75 %).