Course Planning - Tentative Courses

The Chemistry Department provides these tentative course schedules for the next two years especially to assist current students in planning for a major or minor in chemistry.  Please be aware that these courses are tentative and may be subject to change until posted by the Registrar's Office.

Fall 2015

  • 110 Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • 115 Principles of Chemistry
  • 230 Introduction to Biological Chemistry
  • 240 Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
  • 250 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • 260 Introduction to Physical Chemistry
  • 325 Group Investigation in Analytical Chemistry
  • 330 Experimental Biological Chemistry
  • 350 Experimental Organic Chemistry
  • 374 Medicinal Chemistry
  • 450 Seminar in Organic Chemistry

Spring 2016

  • 106 Chemistry of Art and Artifacts
  • 115 Principles of Chemistry
  • 220 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry
  • 230 Introduction to Biological Chemistry
  • 240 Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
  • 250 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • 350 Experimental Organic Chemistry
  • 351 Topics in Organic Chemistry
  • 360 Experimental Physical Chemistry
  • 420 Seminar in Analytical Chemistry
  • 430 Seminar in Biological Chemistry

Fall 2016

  • 110 Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • 115 Principles of Chemistry
  • 220 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry
  • 230 Introduction to Biological Chemistry
  • 250 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • 260 Introduction to Physical Chemistry
  • 330 Experimental Biological Chemistry
  • 340 Experimental Inorganic Chemistry
  • 350 Experimental Organic Chemistry
  • 374 Medicinal Chemistry
  • 460 Seminar in Physical Chemistry

Spring 17

  • 106 Chemistry of Art and Artifacts
  • 115 Principles of Chemistry
  • 220 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry
  • 230 Introduction to Biological Chemistry
  • 240 Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
  • 250 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • 320 Experimental Analytical Chemistry
  • 350 Experimental Organic Chemistry
  • 375 Immunology and Immunopharmacology
  • 430 Seminar in Biological Chemistry