Online Organic Chemistry Class

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    Anyone know of a good online organic chemistry class?
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    I am taking one at Brookdale Community College (NJ), chem 136. I just started so I'm not really sure how it is overall.
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    Thanks MSU. This one looks like a good fit for me. I wonder why it didn't show up in my internet searches.
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    Quote from CaslaRN
    Thanks MSU. This one looks like a good fit for me. I wonder why it didn't show up in my internet searches.
    Not a problem. I've heard good reviews of this course. Good luck.
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    So did you end up enrolling in this course? It's incredibly expensive! I'm stuck looking for an online organic chem too and am not excited- I have a hard enough time in face to face chemistry! Anyway- I was just curious to see if it worked for you or how it was going...

    Jackie
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    I'm doing the UNE course (I like it a lot!) However, as it turns out VCU has the same kind of "course in a box" offering and it's much less expensive. I have a friend taking it now and it sounds very similar. I don't have the link, but I'm sure you could track it down at their site.

    Good luck!

    May
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    Quote from MayisontheWay
    I'm doing the UNE course (I like it a lot!) However, as it turns out VCU has the same kind of "course in a box" offering and it's much less expensive. I have a friend taking it now and it sounds very similar. I don't have the link, but I'm sure you could track it down at their site.

    Good luck!

    May
    i saw the syllabus, final is worth 60%....

    on average how many hours are you dedicating to the course?

    thanks
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    Not as many as I should! Suppose to be 2hours/day. I'm interviewing/waiting and I just can't make my brain go there right now! BTW, the final is worth 100% of your final grade (curved).

    May
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    Before you sign up and pay $$$ for an on-line chemistry course, you may want to check with the school(s) you would want to to attend and transfer this course into, and make sure the course would meet their requirements and would be accepted. A lot of colleges and universities require that science courses include a lab component. It would be a shame to go to the trouble and expense of completing the course and then find out that it didn't meet your needs.
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