This course provides a solid background in the fundamental principles of chemistry for science majors (including Environmental Studies majors). This course assumes a working knowledge of high school algebra and chemistry. Subject areas include thermodynamics, acid-base chemistry, stoichiometry, oxidation-reduction reactions, and chemical bonding. Corequisite: This course must be taken concurrently with CHM 1150 General Chemistry I Laboratory.Prerequisite: CHM 1030 Principles of Chemistry or permission of instructor based on score on a placement test. General Education:Natural Science