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Madison Metropolitan School District

AP Chemistry

SCI3060

This year-long, lab-based course is designed as a second-year Chemistry course to build on student’s existing chemistry knowledge and prepare them for the Advanced Placement Chemistry exam. The course requires students to be highly skilled in problem-solving regarding many chemistry topics such as atomic structure, bonding, chemical reactions and stoichiometry. This is a rigorous, fast-paced, college-level course. Students should have very strong analytical, mathematical and critical thinking skills and should be able to learn both independently and cooperatively. Major topics include atomic structure, chemical reactions, bonding, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry.

  • Recommended Grades: 11-12
  • Course Number: SCI3060
  • Credits: 1 credit
  • Note: Elective
  • Prerequisite Recommendation: Students should have very strong analytical, mathematical and critical thinking skills and should be able to learn both independently and cooperatively. Major topics include atomic structure, chemical reactions, bonding, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry.