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Class Description

CHEM &161,
GENERAL CHEM W/LAB I

A three-quarter sequence introducing basic concepts of chemistry. Lab included each quarter. Covers structure and bonding chemical reactivity: physical measurement, stoichiometry, structure of matter, gas law, intermolecular forces, solutions, chemical kinetics, equilibrium, acid/base, thermodynamics, redox, electrochemistry and selected topics. Lab fee. Note: While all the above topics are covered within the first year's sequence, they may be covered at different points from quarter to quarter. Taking the entire sequence is not required but the numerical sequence must be followed. Prereq: MATH&141 and CHEM& 139 with a 2.0 or higher. A passing grade on the chemistry exam may be substituted for CHEM& 139. Satisfies the general chemistry requirement for science majors and various pre-professional programs.

CHEM&162,
GENERAL CHEM W/LAB II

This is the second of a three quarter sequence for science majors that covers the principles of chemistry, structure of matter, atomic and molecular theory, the elements, quantitative relationships, nuclear chemistry, aqueous solutions, kinetic, chemical thermodynamics, oxidation and reduction, electro-chemistry, periodicity, equilibrium systems, qualitative analysis and organic chemistry. Lab course with applicable fees. Prereq: CHEM& 161 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.

CHEM&163,
GENERAL CHEM W/LAB III

This is the third in a three quarter sequence for science majors. Chemistry principles, structure of matter, atomic and molecular theory, the elements, quantitative relationships, nuclear chemistry, aqueous solutions, kinetics, chemical thermodynamics, oxidation and reduction, electrochemistry, periodicity, equilibrium systems, qualitative analysis and organic chemistry. Lab included; lab fee. Prereq: CHEM& 162 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.

UGR 294,
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

Work collaboratively with peers and faculty. Design, complete and publicly present an original research project. Prereq: UGR 214.

UGR 294 is an undergraduate research course for students in pre-approved research projects only. In Winter 2018, we anticipate filling two research projects in biology, one at the UW and one hosted at South's campus.