Dr. Michael Slabaugh and
Dr. Spencer Seager's
online chemistry classes are designed primarily for students in nursing,
health sciences, and those needing a lab science class.
Chemistry labs are completed online. You are not required to attend
laboratory sessions on campus.
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State University has nearly 16,000 students attending it's Ogden, Utah campus,
is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Northwest Association
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2001 college ranking from U.S. News and World Report lists Weber
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Chemistry Department is certified by the American Chemical Society.
classes may be taken from anywhere in the world. All exams, homework, and
lab reports are submitted by computer. The comprehensive exams must be
proctored at a testing center, library, or similar facility.
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