Advanced Undergraduate Chemistry Courses

Advanced chemistry courses are taken primarily by chemistry and biochemistry majors, although some courses are taken by Engineering, Physical Science and other majors.

Course List

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  • CHEM 395 (1) – Professional Issues in Chemistry and Biochemistry (spring semester only)
  • CHEM 398 (2) – Special Projects
  • CHEM 399 (1 – 3) – Introduction to Chemical Research
  • CHEM 401 (3) – Inorganic Chemistry (spring semester only)
  • CHEM 403 (3) – Radiochemistry
  • CHEM 425 (4) – Instrumental Methods of Analysis
  • CHEM 434 (3) – Air Pollution
  • CHEM 441 (3) – Advanced Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 450 (3) – Ethics in Science and Engineering
  • CHEM 460 (3) – Structural Determination using Spectroscopic Methods
  • CHEM 474 (3) – Environmental Chemistry
  • CHEM 481 (3) – Physical Chemistry I
  • CHEM 482 (3) – Physical Chemistry II
  • CHEM 483(2) – Physical Chemistry Laboratory I
  • CHEM 484 (2) – Physical Chemistry Laboratory II
  • CHEM 491 (4) – Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory
  • CHEM 492 (3) – Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
  • CHEM 493 (3) – Advanced Synthesis Laboratory
  • CHEM 498 (3) – Special Topics in Chemistry
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