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COURSE SYLLABUS: CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry II

Republic of the Philippines


Central Luzon State University
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija 3120

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

COURSE SYLLABUS

CHEM 1206 – Organic Chemistry for VETMED

A. UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

1. Vision of the University

Central Luzon State University (CLSU) as a world-class national University for science and technology in agriculture
and allied fields.

2. Mission of the University

CLSU shall develop globally competitive, work-ready, socially-responsible and empowered human resources who
value life-long learning, and to generate, disseminate, and apply knowledge and technologies for poverty alleviation,
environmental protection, and sustainable development.

3. Quality Policy Statement

a. Excellent service to humanity is our commitment.


b. We are committed to develop globally–competent and empowered human resources, and to generate knowledge
and technologies for inclusive societal development.
c. We are dedicated to uphold CLSU’s core values and principles, comply with statutory and regulatory standards and
continuously improve the effectiveness of our quality management systems.
d. Mahalaga ang inyong tinig upang higit na mapahusay ang kalidad n gaming paglilingkod.

4. Goals of the College of Arts and Sciences

In line with the mission of the University, the goals of the College of Arts and Sciences are:

a. To equip students with basic knowledge and skills needed in the pursuit of more advanced and specialized field of
endeavor;
b. To develop civic consciousness of students and train them for active involvement in environment concern and agro-
industrial development;
c. To mold students into humane individual through exposure to the arts and participation in various forms of artistic
activities.

5. Objectives of the Department of Chemistry


a. Prepare students for careers in the academe, research, industries and business that rely on chemically and
biochemically based technologies.
b. Equip students with academic competence and excellence in basic and applied chemistry
c. Develop students to be committed in community and national development

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B. PROGRAM INFORMATION

1. Name of Program: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine


2. BOR Approval: Republic Act No. 4067
3. Date of Approval: 1978

4. Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives Mission

In line with the mission of the University, the goals of the College of Veterinary Science and
Medicine are to produce DVM graduates who are:
1. globally competent in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases of

different animal species;
2. globally competent to formulate, communicate and implement programs in animal health
and production and health management, animal health, food safety, public health, animal √
welfare and environmental protection and preservation;
3. achievers, team players and leaders in the profession or related fields of practice; √
4. capable to handle and conduct researches in pharmaceutical, biotechnological and other

industrial fields; and
5. capable of imparting knowledge, conducting trainings and extension services √

5. Program Outcomes and Its Relationship to Program Educational Objectives

Program Outcomes Program Educational


Objectives
After graduation, DVM students has the ability to: 1 2 3 4 5
A Identify and diagnose animal diseases and abnormalities; √ √ √ √ √
B Treat and manage diseased animals; √ √ √ √ √
C Formulate plans and implement programs for diagnosis, treatment,
√ √ √ √ √
prevention, control and eradication of animal diseases;
D Promote and implement animal welfare programs; √ √ √ √ √
E Plan, implement and monitor cost-effective programs in animal production; √ √ √ √ √
F Promote veterinary public health and environmental health and biosecurity
√ √ √ √ √
programs;
G Conduct veterinary related researches; √ √ √ √ √
H Communicate effectively with entrepreneurial and ethical interpersonal skills
√ √ √ √ √
in the practice of the profession;
I Prepare to pass the licensure examination; and √ √ √ √ √
J The student should be able to qualify to practice the profession locally and
√ √ √ √ √
internationally.

C. INSTRUCTOR/PROFESSOR INFORMATION:

1. Name of Instructor/Professor: DANILA S. PARAGAS


2. Office Address: Department of Chemistry
CAS Annex Building
3. Telephone Number: 044-940-7264
4. Email Address: danilaparagas@gmail.com
5. Consultation Hours: 10:00-11:00 MTF

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D. COURSE INFORMATION:

1. Course Code: Chem 1206


2. Course Title: Organic Chemistry for VetMed

3. Course Description: The course includes the nomenclature, physical and chemical properties, uses, preparations,
analysis, reactions, and mechanism of hydrocarbon derivatives.

4. Pre-requisite: None
5. Co- requisite: None
6. Credit: 4 units (2 units lecture, 2 unit laboratory)
7. Class Hours: 2 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory
8. Class Schedule: 4:00-5:00 MW, Room 721; 4:00-5:00 TTh, Room 721

9. Course Outcomes (Cos) and Relationship to Program Outcomes

Program outcomes addressed by the course


outcomes: PO code

At the end of this course, the student must be able to:


a b c d e f g h i j
CO1 Integrate the university, the college and the
department’s philosophy , mission, vision as
D
well as the goals and objectives to the
regional and national goals
CO2 Apply the concepts of organic structural D D D
theory to explain and predict the physical
properties of organic molecules ranging from
simple organic compounds to
macromolecules and biomolecules
CO3 Describe the concepts of organic structural D D D
theory to explain the chemical reactivity of
organic molecules ranging from simple
organic compounds to macromolecules and
biomolecules
CO4 Identify organic compounds, give their D D D
IUPAC names, and draw the molecular
structures of these compounds.
CO5 Identify the organic starting material, organic D D D
product and/or necessary reagents for
chemical reactions that are characteristic of
the different functional classes of organic
compounds.
CO6 Familiarize with the properties, sources, D D D
uses, types, structure, nomenclature and
preparations of carbonyl compounds
(aldehydes and ketones).
CO7 Demonstrate an understanding of the
synthesis and reactions of alcohols and
phenols and know the importance of alcohols
in medicine
CO8 Differentiate the various reactions of D D D
aldehydes and ketones; understand the

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reaction mechanism of each reaction


undergone by aldehydes and ketones
CO9 Discuss the reactions of amines and D D D
heterocyclic amines
CO10 Discuss the reactions of ethers, epoxides, D D D
thiols, and ethers.

*Level: I – Introductory; E – Enabling; D – Demonstrative

10. Course Coverage:

Teaching and Learning


Course Activities
Week Topics Learning Outcomes Assessment
Outcomes Teaching Learning
Activities Activities
1 A. Introduction

CO1. Assimilate CLSU Philosophy, Mission Analyze the Group Make a 1-2 Quality of the video;
the university, and Vision relationship of the Discussion min video Number of likes
the college and CLSU philosophy, presentation (and other
the College of Arts and Sciences mission and vision, Lecture with the aim reactions) will be
department’s and Department of Chemistry goal and objectives of evaluated: like =
philosophy , mission, vision, goals and to the regional and advertising +1 pt; heart = +2 pt;
mission, vision objectives national goals CLSU to angry = - 0.5 pt;
as well as the others. This wow = +1 pt;
goals and Relate the video is to hahaha = -0.5 pt.
objectives to the university VMGO to be uploaded Evaluation date
regional and the goals and in the
national goals objectives of the students’ FB The comments will
College of accounts. also be graded.
Veterinary Medicine
and the Department
of Chemistry
2-5 CO2 Apply the Unit 1. Introduction Describe the Powerpoint Seat works  Seat works
concepts of atomic structure in presentation on the
organic A review of topics in General terms of the of the lecture writing of
structural theory Chemistry that are essential in quantum electronic  Quizzes
to explain and understanding Organic mechanical model configuratio
predict the Chemistry n  Assignments
physical 1. Atomic structure Write the electronic
properties of 2. Ionic vs. covalent bonds configuration of an Participation  Recitation
organic 3. Electron accounting and atom in Class
molecules Lewis structures of Discussion
ranging from organic molecules Use Lewis symbol
simple organic 4. Theories of Covalent to illustrate
compounds to Bonding chemical bonding
macromolecules a. Valence bond theory Understand how
and and orbital atomic orbitals are
biomolecules hybridization formed
b. The mode of orbital
overlap and types of Understand how
covalent bonds molecular orbitals
are formed

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c. Molecular orbital
(MO) theory and
electron Describe the
delocalization formation of
covalent bonds in
5. Hybridization and the terms of atomic
geometry and shape of orbital overlap
simple organic molecules
Define and give
examples of σ and
π bonds

Explain how
hybridization affect
the geometry and
shape of molecules FIRST TERM
EXAM
6-7 CO3 Describe Unit II. Use Lewis symbol Powerpoint Participation
the concepts of 1. Types of covalent bonds, to illustrate presentation in class  Short Quiz
organic properties of covalent chemical bonding of the topic discussion
structural theory bonds, length,  Group Work
to explain the dissociation energy Understand how Problem Set Exercises
chemical 2. Intermolecular and molecular orbitals on Bond
reactivity of intramolecular attractive are formed dissociation  Assignment
organic forces energy
molecules 3. Lewis and Bronsted- Demonstrate the calculations  Problem Set
ranging from Lowry acids and bases effect of
simple organic intermolecular and
Groupwork
compounds to intramolecular
macromolecules forces to the
and physical and Assignment
biomolecules chemical properties on
of substances intermolecul
ar and
intramolecul
ar attractive
forces

8-9 CO4 Identify Chemistry of the different Draw the Lewis Powerpoint Participation  Recitation
organic Classes of Organic structure of organic presentation in class
compounds, Compounds (Nomenclature, compounds of the topic discussion  Short Quiz
give their physical properties, sources,
IUPAC names, uses, preparation, analysis, Draw structure of Group work  Group work
and draw the reactions and mechanisms) compounds in Discussion
molecular expanded,  Seatwork
Seatwork on
structures of The different classes of condensed and line
identification
these organic compounds based on angle structural
of the types
compounds. their functionally are formula
of organic
enumerated below.
compounds
Draw the  Alkanes, alkenes, alkynes Identify functional
structures of and polyenes groups of an organic
organic  Alicyclic and cyclic compound
compounds hydrocarbons
 Alkyl halides

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 Alcohols, ethers and


epoxides
 Carboxylic acids and
derivatives
 Aldehydes and ketones
 Benzene and aromatic
derivatives
 Phenols
 Amines
 Polyfunctional compounds
 Introduction to
Biomolecules: fats,
carbohydrates, amino
acids and proteins
10 CO5 Identify the Organic Reactions Enumerate the Powerpoint Participation  Recitation
organic starting 1. Classifying Organic different types of presentation in class
material, Chemical Reactions organic reactions of the topic discussion  Quiz
organic product 2. Introduction to Reaction
and/or Mechanism Predict product/s of Discussion Boardwork  Problem Set
necessary 3. Reaction Mechanism organic reactions
reagents for  Substitution
chemical  Elimination
reactions that  Addition
are  Radical reactions
characteristic of  Oxidation-reduction
the different reactions
functional 4. Reactive intermediate
classes of
organic
compounds.

11-12 CO6. B. Reactions of alkyl halides


Understand the
reaction  Nucleophilic substitution Illustrate the Powerpoint Each group Assignment
mechanism of reaction reaction mechanism presentation will be
nucleophilic of nucleophilic of the topic. asked to Group board
substitutions  Elimination reactions substitutions and determine activity
and eliminations what
eliminations;  Competing reactions reaction Quiz
understand how Identify the mechanism
these reactions conditions that will will be
can be used to favor elimination exhibited by
synthesize new over substitution or an alkyl
compounds with vice versa halide given
different and a reactant
even more Identify the and
valuable conditions that will conditions
characteristics favor unimolecular of reactions.
mechanism over
bimolecular or vice SECOND TERM
versa EXAM
13 CO7. D. Alcohols and Phenols
Demonstrate an

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understanding  Preparation of Alcohols Illustrate how Powerpoint Library Illustration (Poster


of the synthesis alcohols can be presentation work: type) on the
and reactions of  Reaction of Alcohols prepared from other of the topic Research adverse effect of
alcohols and functional groups on the alcohols to the
phenols and adverse body.
know the Illustrate using Demonstrate effects of
importance of reaction mechanism the alcohol in Reaction Paper on
alcohols in the reactions of preparation of the different “Chemistry of
medicine alcohols and organs of Hangover – Alcohol
phenols the body. and its
Consequences”
Chemistry
of Hangover
– Alcohol
and its
Consequen
ces
Biological
Oxidation of
Alcohol
14-15 CO8. G. Reactions of carbonyl Predict the product Powerpoint Assignment: Submit Group work
Differentiate the compounds of the reaction and presentation “A tour in on “A tour in the
various identify the major of the topic the supermarket”
reactions of  Oxidation of carbonyl product supermar-
aldehydes and compounds ket”. Look
ketones;  Nucleophilic addition Differentiate the at the labels Term Paper on
understand the reactions carbonyl various reactions of View selected of some “Biological
reaction compounds aldehydes and topics in You flavoring Importance of
mechanism of  Alpha- substitution ketones Tube agents sold Caboxylic acids”,
each reaction reactions in the what are the
undergone by  Condensation reactions Identify reagents market. carboxylic acids
aldehydes and required for each Make a used in drugs
ketones type of reactions table of formulations and in
names, cosmetics?
Make a reaction packaging
map for the easy (g) and Class project:
recall of all the type prices of the Make a kitchen
reaction conditions flavoring cabinet featuring
agent (At the aldehydes,
Illustrate using leass 10) ketones, carboxylic
reaction mechanism acids and esters
the reactions of Journal used in foods.
aldehydes and Article
ketones Review
“Biological
Importance
of Caboxylic
acids
16 CO9. Discuss I. Amines Powerpoint Problem Set Problem Set
the reactions of presentation
amines and  Basicity of amines and aryl Illustrate using of the topic Quiz
heterocyclic amines reaction mechanism
amines  Synthesis of amines in the various board problem
 Reaction of amines and reactions and solving
aryl amines transformations of
amines and

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 Heterocyclic amines heterocyclic


amines.

17 CO10. Discuss E. Ethers and Epoxides, Draw and name the Powerpoint Journal Reaction Paper on
the reactions of Thiols and Sulfides structure of ethers, presentation review: the “Role of epoxide
ethers, epoxides, thiols, of the topic Role of hydrolases on lipid
epoxides, thiols,  Synthesis and Reaction of and sulfides epoxide metabolism”
and ethers. ethers, epoxides, thiols, hydrolases
and sulfides Illustrate using on lipid
chemical equation metabolism
the preparation of
ethers, epoxides,
thiols, and sulfides

Illustrate using
reaction mechanism
the reactions of
ethers, epoxides, FINAL
thiols, and sulfides EXAMINATION

11. Course Evaluation

Student performance will be rated based on the following:


(Note: depends on the grading system of the subject)
Lecture (100%)
Course Outcome
Assessment Task Weight (%)
CO1 Group presentation 1: Each group will upload their video/illustrated history 4
of Central Luzon State University
Number of views 3
Reactions 3
CO2 Seat works 2
Quizzes 3
Assignments 1
Recitation 1
First Term Examination 10
CO3 Short Quiz 2
Group Work Exercises 1
Assignment 1
Problem Set 2
CO4 Recitation 1
Short Quiz 3

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Group work 2
Seatwork 1
CO5 Recitation 1
Quiz 3
Problem Set 3
CO6 Assignment 1
Group board activity 2
Long Quiz 4
Second Term Examination 12
CO7 Illustration (Poster type) on the adverse effect of alcohols to the body. 2
Reaction Paper on “Chemistry of Hangover – Alcohol and its 2
Consequences”

CO8 Submit Group work on “A tour in the supermarket” 2


Term Paper on “Biological Importance of Caboxylic acids”, what are the 2
carboxylic acids used in drugs formulations and in cosmetics?
Class project 3
CO9 Problem Set 1
Quiz 2
CO10 Reaction Paper on the “Role of epoxide hydrolases on lipid metabolism”
2
Final Examination 18
100
MINIMUM AVERAGE FOR SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE = 60±5

The final grades will correspond to the weighted average scores shown below:

Range (Passing = 55) Range (Passing = 60) Range (Passing = 65) Grade
95.01-100.00 95.57-100.00 96.12-100.00 1.00
90.01-95.00 91.12-95.56 92.23-96.11 1.25
85.01-90.00 86.68-91.11 88.34-92.22 1.50
80.01-85.00 82.23-86.67 84.45-88.33 1.75
75.01-80.00 77.78-82.22 80.57-84.44 2.00
70.01-75.00 73.34-77.77 76.68-80.56 2.25
65.01-70.00 68.89-73.33 72.79-76.67 2.50
60.01-65.00 64.45-68.88 68.90-72.78 2.75
55.00-60.00 60.00-64.44 65.00-68.89 3.00
50.00-54.99 55.0-59.99 60.00-64.99 4.00
Below 50 Below 55 Below 60 5.00

12. References:
1. McMurry, J. (2015) Organic chemistry, 9th Ed., Thomson Learning.
2. Wade Jr., L.G. (2015) Organic Chemistry, 8th Ed., Prentice Hall
3. Solomons, G., Fryhle, C., and Snyder, S. (2014) Organic Chemistry, 11th Ed., John Wiley & Sons.
4. Farey, F. and Guiliano, R.M. (2013) Organic Chemistry, 9th Ed., McGraw Hill Education.

13. Course Materials Made Available


a. Course Syllabus
b. Lecture Notes and Powerpoint Presentations
c. Journal Articles

14. Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component


a. General Education: 30%
b. Basic Chemistry: 20%
c. Professional Chemistry: 50%

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E. Others
1. Life-Long Learning Opportunities
(Note: learning activities for the students for them to continuously apply the subject even if they already graduated)
Students will be encouraged to learn on their own the provisions stated in other available Integrated Chemists of the
Philippines Standards related to production systems and be updated on other advanced instrumentation and
technologies in the future. They can further enhance their knowledge on chemistry related technologies to be develop.

2. Course Policies
a. University rules on attendance specially on cheating will be strictly implemented.
b. Each student is expected to come on time in the class.
c. Using cellular phones is not allowed during class hours.
d. Late projects, problem sets, and assignments will not be accepted.
e. Observe proper conduct in the laboratory.
f. The rules on writing reports and presenting oral reports discussed in the class must be followed.

3. Ethics

Ethics and research standards is a prime concern of CLSU. CLSU adheres to ethical standards and practice of honesty
in research. The Department of Chemistry ensures the integration of concepts and practices on the ethical and
responsible conduct of research.

4. Academic Integrity

This includes values such as avoidance of cheating or plagiarism; maintenance of academic standards; honesty and
rigor in research and academic publishing.

F. Revision History

Revision Date of Revision Date of Implementation Highlights of revision


Number
0 August 2018 1st Semester 2018-2019 New curriculum

G. Preparation, Review and Approval

Name of Faculty Signature Date Signed


Prepared by: DANILA S. PARAGAS
Lecturer
REDEL L. GUTIERREZ
Member
Reviewed by:
JOEL R. SALAZAR
Member
Approved by: EVARISTO A. ABELLA, PhD
Dean, College of Arts and
Sciences

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