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CHE-301   Organic Chemistry I3 credits

Prerequisites: CHE-142 and CHE-142L, Mininum grade of C or equivalent

Corequisites: CHE-301L

A study of the aliphatic and aromatic compounds of carbon. Study includes structure, nomenclature, typical reaction of functional groups, spectroscopy, structure reactivity relationships, synthesis and mechanisms of reactions. Three hours of lecture and one 3 1/2 hour laboratory weekly.

CHE-301L   Organic Chemistry I Laboratory1 credit

Prerequisites: CHE-142 and CHE-142L with a mininum grade of C or equivalent.

Corequisites: CHE-301

Required laboratory course for CHE-301. One 3.5 laboratory weekly.

CHE-302   Organic Chemistry II3 credits

Prerequisites: CHE-301 and CHE-301L

Corequisites: CHE-302L

A continuation of the study of the aliphatic and aromatic compounds of carbon. Topics include structure, nomenclature, typical reaction of functional groups, structure reactivity relationships, spectroscopy, synthesis and mechanisms of reactions. Three hours of lecture weekly.

CHE-302L   Organic Chemistry II Laboratory1 credit

Prerequisites: CHE-301 and CHE-301L

Corequisites: CHE-302

Required laboratory course for CHE-302. One 3.5 laboratory weekly.

CHE-352   Analytical Chemistry II3 credits

Prerequisites: CHE-252 and CHE-252L

Corequisites: CHE-352L

A continued study of the theory and techniques of analytical chemistry including instrumentation theory, separation theory, optical methods and automated analysis. Three hours of lecture weekly.

CHE-352L   Analytical Chemistry II Laboratory1 credit

Prerequisites: CHE-252 and CHE-252L

Corequisites: CHE-352

Required laboratory course for CHE-352. One 3.5-hour laboratory weekly

CHE-394   Special Topics in Chemistry2 credits

Prerequisites: CHE-302 and CHE-302L

A course for students pursuing a major or minor in chemistry. Specialized subjects in inorganic, analytical, organic, physical, environmental or biochemistry will be examined in a lecture and seminar format. Topics involving current literature and research will be emphasized. Four hours of lecture weekly.

CHE-395   Chemistry Research1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites: Instructor permission

A laboratory research project culminating in a paper or poster written in accordance with departmental guidelines. The work will make an original contribution to the science of chemistry.

CHE-397   Internship1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites: Instructor permission

Internships are designed to give students experience in their fields of interest. A written summary of the internship and weekly consultation with the instructor may be required. See internship guidelines.