Free to eligible BC Residents 18+ years old.
International Students: Please call CLOC at 604.945.4211 to register.
You will be contacted by your teacher by email within a few days of registration, with further information and instructions.
This online self-paced course is offered at our CLOC Learning Centre and has flexible start dates. CLOC, the Coquitlam Learning Opportunity Centre (map
) is located near Coquitlam Centre. Click here for schedule and parking information.
Students have a year to complete the course from registration. Many students complete in less time. Students are expected to complete 5% in the first month. Students will participate in various online activities which may include Moodle online lessons, online discussions, and e-mail interactions with the teacher. Students can also meet with the teacher by visiting CLOC. Please bring photo identification to CLOC on your visit - check the schedule
to plan your visit.
There is a $100 course deposit - refunded after course completion. Click here for more information.
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Note: Your computer should have Windows 7 or later (with the latest version of Firefox or Chrome), or Mac OS 10 (with the most up to date version of Safari). Your Internet browser needs to be Internet Explorer 8.0 or Firefox 3.0 or later. Computers should also have the latest Flash Player, Flash Adobe Reader, and Java installed. High speed Internet is recommended. Computers should also have a microphone and speakers or a headset.
Chemistry 11 deals with the properties and reactions of materials. It is concerned with the identification, characterization, and transformation of matter as well as accompanying energy changes for transformations. Chemical Science focuses on the structure and interaction of matter at the atomic and molecular level. Areas of study are: Introduction to Chemistry, the mole, Solution Chemistry, chemical reactions, atomic theory and Organic Chemistry. Students complete assignments, unit tests and exams in this course. To be successful in this course students should have good math skills and sound problem solving abilities.
This course is generally a prerequisite for students intending on careers in science, the medical field, engineering, laboratory work, to name a few.