Chemistry Course & Prerequisite Info

In the “Offered” column, F = fall semester, S = spring semester, U = summer.

All chemistry courses have a CHEM ### designation

Last modified 08/23/2012.  Occasionally changes to course pre-reqs and co-reqs will be made.  When in doubt, use TruView to view the official course information, including schedule using the Banner system.

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Course Title

Prerequisite

Co-requisite

Offered

100

Chemistry for Contemporary Living

 

 

FSU

129

Basic Principles of Chemistry

 

 

FSU

130

Chemical Principles I

Completion of MATH 156 or higher math placement

 

FS

131

Chemical Principles II with Inorganic Chemistry

130

 

FS

145

Freshman Chemistry Seminar

 

 

F

201

Glass Blowing

 

 

**

222

Introduction to Quantitative Analysis

131

 

FS

245

Sophomore Chemistry Seminar

 

 

F

310

Modern Methods in Biochemistry

332 or 333

335

FS

320

Foundations of Organic Chemistry

131

 

a

322

Instrumental Analysis

222

323 or 325

FS

323

Physical Chemistry I

222

MATH 264 and PHYS 185 or 195

F

324

Physical Chemistry I Laboratory

222 (332 or 333 are highly recommended as prerequisites)

MATH 264 and PHYS 185 or 195. To be taken with CHEM 323

F

325

Physical Chemistry II

222

MATH 264, PHYS 186 or PHYS 196

S

326

Physical Chemistry II Laboratory

222 (332 or 333 are highly recommended as prerequisites.)

To be taken with CHEM 325.

S

329

Organic Chemistry I

131

 

FS

330

Organic Chemistry I Lab

329

 

FS

331

Organic Chemistry II

329

 

FSU

332

Organic Chemistry II Lab

330 and 331 b

 

 

333

Organic Chemistry Lab

329 and pre- or co-requisite: 331

 

FSU

335

Biochemistry I:  Structure and Function

331 or 320

 

FS

345

Junior Chemistry Seminar

245

 

F

422

Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry

instructor’s permission, 323-326, and (331/332 or 333)

 

F

430

Advanced Physical Chemistry

323-325

326

c

431

Advanced Analytical Chemistry

Grade of C or better in 322

 

S

435

Biochemistry II: Metabolism

335

 

S

441

Chemistry Research I

20 hours of chemistry

 

FSU

442

Chemistry Research II

441

441

FSU

443

Chemistry Research III

325 and 326 and approval of proposal by the Chemistry Department

 

FSU

445

Senior Chemistry Seminar

 

 

F

473

Inorganic Chemistry

323 and 325

Taken concurrently with 474

F

474

Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

324, 326 and (332 or 333)

Taken concurrently with 473

F

476

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

473/474

 

S

518

Advanced Topics

325, 326

 

 

Offered spring semester of even numbered years.

May be taken either prior to or concurrent with CHEM 332.  Chemistry majors typically take CHEM 331 concurrent with 332 or 333.

Offered spring semester of odd numbered years.