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Astronomy 100
Biochemistry 115
Biology 120
Biology, Computational and Integrative 121
Biomedical Technology 124
Business Administration 135
Business Law 140
Chemistry (Biochemistry 115, Chemistry 160)
Major Requirements
Traditional Chemistry Program
American Chemical Society Certification Program
Biochemistry Program
Chemistry-Business Program
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Teacher Certification in Chemistry
Courses (Biochemistry 115)
Courses (Chemistry 160)
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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2018 Liberal Arts Colleges Programs, Faculty, and Courses Chemistry (Biochemistry 115, Chemistry 160) Major Requirements Traditional Chemistry Program  

Traditional Chemistry Program


The following courses are required for the traditional chemistry program:

50:160:115 Chemical Principles I
50:160:125 Chemical Principles Lab I
50:160:116 Chemical Principles II
50:160:126 Chemical Principles Lab II
50:160:335 Organic Chemistry I
50:160:339 Organic Chemistry Lab I
50:160:336 Organic Chemistry II
50:160:340 Organic Chemistry Lab II
50:160:325 Analytical Chemistry
50:160:329 Analytical Chemistry Lab
50:160:326 Instrumental Analysis
50:160:330 Instrumental Analysis Lab
50:160:345 Physical Chemistry I
50:160:347 Physical Chemistry Lab I
50:160:346 Physical Chemistry II
50:160:348 Physical Chemistry Lab II
50:160:447 Computational Chemistry
50:160:491 Competence in Chemistry (Exit exam)
50:160:492 Competence in Chemistry (Laboratory Assistant Requirement)

Students must also choose

Three courses from:

50:115:403 General Biochemistry I
50:115:404 General Biochemistry II
50:160:413 thru 448 upper-level chemistry lecture courses
56:160(or 115 or 121):500-level graduate chemistry lecture courses

One lab course from:

50:115:407 General Biochemistry Lab I
50:160:412 Inorganic Chemistry Lab I
50:160:438 Solid State Chemistry Lab
50:160:446 Polymer Chemistry Lab

Additionally, students are required to complete the following courses from other departments:

50:640:121 Unified Calculus I
50:640:122 Unified Calculus II
50:640:221 Unified Calculus III
50:640:250 Linear Algebra
50:640:314 Elementary Differential Equations
50:750:131 Elements of Physics I
50:750:133 Elements of Physics Lab I
50:750:132 Elements of Physics II
50:750:134 Elements of Physics Lab II (50:750:131-134 is preferred, but may be substituted with 50:750:203-206)

Students may only receive one D grade in the chemistry/biochemistry lecture courses. Students must not receive more than 10 C grades.

To find more information on the courses listed above, visit: http://chemistry.camden.rutgers.edu/undergraduate.
 
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