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Organic chemistry 1 w/ lab @ Doane Uni (online)


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I did not take it as I am a chemistry teacher at a community college.  However, I did get a copy of their syllabus (for equivalency purposes) when I was developing my own online organic chemistry 1 and 2 courses.  Would you like me to send it to you?  

I do not recall them mentioning a web cam was needed as they use a internet based simulation program.  For my organic chemistry courses, I do not require students have a web cam or record their experiments.  

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On 3/13/2020 at 5:55 PM, ChemPhysicsInstructor said:

I did not take it as I am a chemistry teacher at a community college.  However, I did get a copy of their syllabus (for equivalency purposes) when I was developing my own online organic chemistry 1 and 2 courses.  Would you like me to send it to you?  

I do not recall them mentioning a web cam was needed as they use a internet based simulation program.  For my organic chemistry courses, I do not require students have a web cam or record their experiments.  

 Hi,

If it's possible, could you please send me the syllabus for Doane's Organic chem? Thank you!

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On 1/22/2020 at 9:49 PM, Sarahanas said:

Did anyone take organic chem 1 with lab online in Doane university, and how was it? Does it required an open cam or do all experiments need to be recorded. 

please I need a help with that. 

Thank you 

I took OChem through Doane. The lab is done through Sim program. It’s easy to follow and complete. The program is set up in a easy to get used to routine. The work load is heavy because it is a shortened program of just 8 weeks but it is spaced out so it’s not super overwhelming. My instructor was super available with handouts and answered my questions very quickly. They were very flexible. 

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On 4/2/2020 at 1:50 AM, Krystalized said:

I took OChem through Doane. The lab is done through Sim program. It’s easy to follow and complete. The program is set up in a easy to get used to routine. The work load is heavy because it is a shortened program of just 8 weeks but it is spaced out so it’s not super overwhelming. My instructor was super available with handouts and answered my questions very quickly. They were very flexible. 

Thank you. Did you find that Doane was doable with a full time job? Are there any tests? How hard was the workload?

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5 minutes ago, Codehealth said:

Thank you. Did you find that Doane was doable with a full time job? Are there any tests? How hard was the workload?

Hi! It was definitely doable. I work full time as a charge nurse in a busy trauma ER and am the single mom of three kids and I was able to do it. There are “tests” but with Doane nothing is proctored and everything is open book open note. As far as the workload it is time consuming. I started early in the week and worked ahead as much as possible. You are getting a full 16wk course in 8 weeks so plan for that! I’d be happy to send you a syllabus if you would like. Dm me your email and I’ll make it happen. Good luck. 

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Has anyone taken Organic Chem I and II at doane. I have seen mixed reviews of the class offered at UNE and was wondering which one is better. I took orgo I this past semester and completely bombed the course and wanted to retake it. Any advice would be appreciated since I am at a stump

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