Introductory Courses

Introductory courses are defined as the courses taken during the first four terms of study by a student who begins their study of chemistry at the level of the first course taught by the Department.

Students with Advanced Placement credit or transfer credit may receive credit for one or more of the introductory courses.

Introductory courses are taken by students in many majors other that chemistry or biochemistry. You should consult with an advisor from your major department or program to ensure that you are taking the correct courses.

Overview and explanation of the new introductory curriculum
What chemistry course should I take next? - New Curriculum FAQ
List of Introductory Chemistry Courses

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