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Undergraduate Degrees & Programs

 Attention ALL Chemistry and Biochemistry Majors:

In response to American Chemical Society certification requirements, the following course has been added to your degree plan :

3341 Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry. (3-0) An analysis of atom­ic, molecular, and solid state bonding and structure with an emphasis on coordination compounds and bioinorganic chemistry. Representative compounds and reactions of the elements will be surveyed. Prerequisite: CHEM 2342 with a grade of “C” or higher.

This course is a required course and is not optional.  In addition, if you are a Chemistry major CHEM 3341 is a prerequisite for Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 4341).  It is recommended that you take CHEM 3341 during the fall semester of your junior year if you are a biochemistry major and during the fall semester of your senior year if you are a chemistry major.  The course is only offered in the fall semester.

Contact the departmental advisor, Dr. Wendi David, at with any questions you may have concerning when to enroll in CHEM 3341.

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