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California Online Chemistry classes?

SurfSD88SurfSD88 Posts: 65Registered User Junior Member
edited June 2012 in Community Colleges
Anyone know of a California community college that offers basic Chemistry courses ONLINE or LONG DISTANCE?

Thanks :D
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Replies to: California Online Chemistry classes?

  • KTbird1KTbird1 Posts: 38Registered User Junior Member
    I'd like to know that as well. Or Saturday classes?
  • sparkyboysparkyboy Posts: 665Registered User Member
    I'd love to know that as well lol. I'm trying to find a general chemistry/ physics: mechanics that is either online or on weekends
  • Lemaitre1Lemaitre1 Posts: 1,736Registered User Senior Member
    I do not know of any in California. I think the closest one is offered by Oregon State University in Covallis.
  • TheKevinHortonTheKevinHorton Posts: 112Registered User Junior Member
    Most chem classes have a lab component, so it would be hybrid at best or something like "kitchen chemistry" or "everyday chemistry"
  • Lemaitre1Lemaitre1 Posts: 1,736Registered User Senior Member
    The Oregon State course is distance learning but you have to go to Corvallis for two Saturdays and spend the entire day (8:00AM-5:00PM) in the lab doing all the experiments for the term. Really only useful to Californians that are truly desperate to take General Chemistry given the travel costs to Corvallis and having to spend nine straight hours for two days in a Chemistry lab.
  • KTbird1KTbird1 Posts: 38Registered User Junior Member
    I saw that when researching OSU. That is a really great idea. Everything is online, and then a weekend lab. I wish more would do that.
    Now if I could find the same type of program for Biology for science majors that would be even better.
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