CHEM 105 - Kitchen Science
4 credits 3 lecture, 2 lab
New Course. Effective Spring 2021.
This course looks at science through the lens of the kitchen. We will address the underlying scientific principles that support the cooking, baking, and cleaning that occurs in the everyday kitchen. This course is designed for the nonscience major as a glimpse into the science that shapes our lives every day. This course meets the General Education competency of Scientific Reasoning (SR). Students must be eligible for enrollment in ENGL 101 based on placement test scores; or Cs or better in ENGL 029 or ENGL 030 and/or ENGL 034 or ENGL 035, as required; or transfer credits meeting or surpassing ENGL 101 prerequisites.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 091 or concurrent registration