CHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY 120: General Chemistry I (CHEM 120, 4 Credits)

Matter and measurement, molecules and structure, reaction types, stoichiometry, the mole, electronic structure of atoms, molecular geometry, nomenclature and states of matter. Lab work is designed to illustrate the basic principles of chemistry in conjunction with lectures

 

CHEMISTRY 121: General Chemistry II (CHEM 121, 4 Credits)

Continuation of the basic topics covered in CHEM 101.

 

CHEMISTRY 201: Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 201, 4 Credits)

Basic principles of the structure and reactivity of organic molecules. Substitution and elimination reactions, chemistry of the carbonyl group, and chemistry of aromatic compounds are covered in lecture and in laboratory work

 

CHEMISTRY 202: Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 202, 4 Credits)

Methods used to identify organic compounds, organic stereochemistry, organic reaction mechanisms, and methods used for the synthesis of organic compounds.


CHEMISTRY 301: Quantitative Analysis (CHEM 301, 4 Credits)

Methods and instrumentation used in chemical analysis: titration, extraction, chromatography, spectrometry, buffers, electrochemistry, and kinetic methods

CHEMISTRY 120: General Chemistry I (CHEM 120, 4 Credits)

Matter and measurement, molecules and structure, reaction types, stoichiometry, the mole, electronic structure of atoms, molecular geometry, nomenclature and states of matter. Lab work is designed to illustrate the basic principles of chemistry in conjunction with lectures

 

CHEMISTRY 121: General Chemistry II (CHEM 121, 4 Credits)

Continuation of the basic topics covered in CHEM 101.

 

CHEMISTRY 201: Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 201, 4 Credits)

Basic principles of the structure and reactivity of organic molecules. Substitution and elimination reactions, chemistry of the carbonyl group, and chemistry of aromatic compounds are covered in lecture and in laboratory work

 

CHEMISTRY 202: Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 202, 4 Credits)

Methods used to identify organic compounds, organic stereochemistry, organic reaction mechanisms, and methods used for the synthesis of organic compounds.


CHEMISTRY 301: Quantitative Analysis (CHEM 301, 4 Credits)

Methods and instrumentation used in chemical analysis: titration, extraction, chromatography, spectrometry, buffers, electrochemistry, and kinetic methods