Questions about what chemistry courses to take

Those students considering majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry or who are interested in taking additional chemistry courses in the future should consider registering this semester for Chemistry 170, Stoichiometric Calculations if they haven’t done so already. This is a self-paced, 0.25 credit course covering basic chemical calculations such as mole conversions, yields, solutions and gas laws. Chemistry 170 is a pre-requisite for Chemistry 260, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium and Kinetics.  After you complete Chemistry 130, the courses you can take are Chemistry 120 (Structure and Properties of Organic Compounds), and Chemistry 260 (Thermodynamics, Equilibrium and Kinetics).  You and your advisor (or any member of the Chemistry Department) can discuss which course(s) are most appropriate for your major and career objectives.  You can visit the Chemistry Department web site for additional information on the chemistry curriculum.



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Questions about this page should be directed to Hilary Eppley. This page was last updated 8/27/07 .