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Biochemistry 115
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Biology, Computational and Integrative 121
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Chemistry (Biochemistry 115, Chemistry 160)
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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2021 Liberal Arts Colleges Programs, Faculty, and Courses Chemistry (Biochemistry 115, Chemistry 160) Minor Requirements  

Minor Requirements

Chemistry Minor

A candidate for the bachelor's degree must complete a total of at least 120 credits of college work. A candidate for a minor in chemistry must fulfill the requirements of the chemistry minor and meet the general curricular requirements of the Camden College of Arts and Sciences.

To receive a minor in chemistry, students may only receive one D grade in the chemistry/biochemistry lecture courses.

50:160:115 Chemical Principles I (4 credits)
50:160:125 Chemical Principles Lab I (1 credit)
50:160:116 Chemical Principles II (4 credits)
50:160:126 Chemical Principles Lab II (1 credit)
50:160:335 Organic Chemistry I (4 credit)
50:160:339 Organic Chemistry Lab I (1 credit)
50:160:336 Organic Chemistry II (4 credits)
50:160:340 Organic Chemistry Lab II (1 credit)

Students must also choose:
At least 8 credits from any lecture/laboratory combination.
50:160:300 level Any 300-level chemistry lecture course
50:115:300 level Any 300-level biochemistry lecture course
50:160:400 level Any 400-level chemistry lecture course
50:115:400 level Any 400-level biochemistry lecture course
56:160:500 level Any 500-level graduate chemistry lecture course
56:115:500 level Any 500-level graduate biochemistry lecture course
50:160:300 level Any 300-level chemistry laboratory course
50:115:300 level Any 300-level biochemistry laboratory course
50:160:400 level Any 400-level chemistry laboratory course
50:115:400 level Any 400-level biochemistry laboratory course
50:160:500 level Any 500-level chemistry laboratory course
50:115:500 level Any 500-level biochemistry laboratory course
One Advanced Chemistry (115 or 160) course may be substituted with a 500-level graduate Computational and Integrative Biology 121 lecture course.

Additionally, students are required to complete the following courses from other departments:
50:640:121 Unified Calculus I (4 credits)
50:750:131 Elements of Physics I (3 credits)
50:750:133 Elements of Physics Lab I (1 credits)
50:750:132 Elements of Physics II (3 credits)
50:750:134 Elements of Physics Lab II (1 credit)
(Note: 50:750:131 and 132 is preferred, but may be substituted with 50:750:203 and 204.)
 
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