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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Chemistry 160  

Chemistry 160

Degree: B.A.

Undergraduate Executive Officer: John R. Krenos (krenos@rutchem.rutgers.edu)

Advisor
Code
Office
Phone (Ext.)
K.Y. Chen
(CM)
Wright Labs A108
5-3739
Martha Cotter
(CA)
Wright Labs 158
5-2259
Gene S. Hall
(HV)
Wright Labs 282
5-2590
Gregory F. Herzog
(HN)
Wright Labs 180A
5-3955
John R. Krenos
(KF)
Wright Labs 221
5-3048
Karsten Krough-Jepersen
(KM)
Wright Labs H2061
5-4241
Joseph Potenza
(PG)
Wright Labs 182
5-2115
Laurence Romsted
(RA)
Wright Labs 388
5-3639
Heinz Roth
(RK)
Wright Labs 384
5-5664
Harvey Schugar
(SW)
Wright Labs 176
5-2602

The program of study in chemistry, offered in cooperation with the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, provides broad and comprehensive training in all areas of modern chemistry and leads to a bachelor of arts degree in chemistry. The curriculum is designed to permit the student a wide range of career choices, including, but not limited to, chemistry, medicine, law, business, chemical physics, environmental science, and secondary-school teaching.

A core of courses is required for the completion of the major in chemistry, including course work in the four major subdisciplines of chemistry-inorganic, organic, physical, and analytical-as well as work in mathematics and physics. Within the program, several options permit students to select an area of concentration that reflects their particular interests and goals. (See VIII B below and the Chemistry 160 section of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences section.)


 
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