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Chemistry (Minor)


Minor Requirements (27 credit hours)

Required Courses: (21 credit hours)

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  • CH 115 General Chemistry I

    Studies chemical reactions, stoichiometry, thermo chemistry, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, measurements, the periodic Table, solids, liquids, gases, and solutions. Also includes qualitative and quantitative analysis. For students majoring in science or in pre-professional programs or allied health fields. Prerequisite: High School Algebra (3 credit hrs lecture; 1 credit hr lab)
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  • CH 116 General Chemistry II

    Continuation of CH 115. Includes the study of acids, bases, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, kinetics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, hydrogen and its compounds, nonmetals, metalloids, and metals and their compounds. Prerequisite: CH 115 (3 credit hrs lecture; 1 credit hr lab)
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  • CH 210 Organic Chemistry I

    This course includes a study of the structure and functions of the many functional groups of organic chemicals includes: hydrocarbons, hybridization, nomenclature, N and O-containing organic compounds, stereochemistry, infrared, UV and light spectroscopy, NMR, mechanisms of reaction. Prerequisites: CH 115 and CH 116 or instructor permission (3 credit hrs lecture; 1 credit hr lab)
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  • CH 211 Organic Chemistry II

    Continuation of CH 210. Includes a study of addition, elimination, and substitution reactions, carbon-skeletal rearrangements, multi-step synthesis, polymers, SN1, SN2, E1, E2 mechanisms, biological molecules, noncovalent interactions between organic molecules, catalysis, and the molecular basis of drug action. (3 credit hrs lecture; 1 credit hr lab)
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  • CH 306 Biochemistry

    Fundamentals of modern biochemistry including such topics as molecular biology, the synthesis and metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, the study of energy metabolism, enzymes, genetic coding, and other topics in the field. Prerequisites: CH 210 and 211 or equivalent (4 credit hrs lecture; 1 credit hr lab)
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  • Plus 6 additional upper level credits from any course in the Natural Sciences.

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