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Class Offerings

FALL, SPRING, AND SUMMER

1210, 1215, 1220, 1225 (General Chemistry and Labs)
2310, 2315, 2320, 2325 (Organic Chemistry and Labs)
3000 (4; Quantitative Analysis)
3510 (3; Biological Chemistry I)

FALL AND SPRING

3060 (4; Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy)
3070 (4; Thermodynamics & Chemical Kinetics)
3100 (5; Inorganic Chemistry)*

FALL ONLY

1211, 1240 (Honors General Chemistry I and Lab)
2311 (Honors Organic Chemistry I)
3130 (2; Solid State Chemistry)
3525 (3; Mol. Biology of DNA Lab)
5450 (2; Biophysical Chemistry)
5460 (2; Protein Chemistry)
5710 (2; Adv. Organic Chemistry Lab)
5730 (2; Adv. Inorganic Chemistry Lab)* subject to change
5750 (2; Adv. Chemical Biology Lab)* subject to change

SPRING ONLY

1221, 1241 (Honors General Chemistry II & Lab)
2321 (Honors Organic Chemistry II)
3200 (3; Radiochemistry with Laboratory I)
3515 (2; Biological Chemistry Lab)
3520 (3; Biological Chemistry II)
5150 (2; Bioinorganic Chemistry)
5430 (2; Chem. Biol. Of Proteins & Nucleic Acids)
5470 (2; Nucleic Acid Chemistry)
5700 (2; Advanced Analytical Chemistry Lab)
5720 (2; Advanced Physical Chemistry Lab)
5810 (3; Nanoscience)
6740 (3; Bioanalytical Chemistry)

For the upper division classes, the numbers provided equal the credit hours for the given class. Classes in bold are the upper division core courses. Chem 3000, 3060, and 3070 each count toward the university QI requirement (2 classes); Chem 3000 and 5700 each fulfill the university CW requirement. The above schedule is subject to change, so students should consult the most recent online schedules to verify course offerings and times. To avoid possible time conflicts that could postpone graduation, students are advised to complete their key requirements as soon as can reasonably be done. Students with good academic records may also take graduate level courses, but need to email the professor of the course for permission.

Last Updated: 6/7/18