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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Chemistry 160 Major Requirements  

Major Requirements

The undergraduate curriculum in chemistry is designed to provide instruction in each of the major areas of chemistry. It provides excellent training for those who intend to go to graduate school or professional schools of medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, and pharmacy, and for those seeking employment in the vast chemical research industry of New Jersey.

The degrees offered by the chemistry department are accredited by the American Chemical Society. A suggested sequence of courses leading to the B.A. degree in chemistry is outlined below. The department is very well equipped with current state-of-the-art research instrumentation in several fields of chemical inquiry. Chemistry majors are encouraged to participate in research conducted by the faculty starting as early as the sophomore or junior year, contingent on the student's progress.

First Year

Fall Term

21:120:101 General Biology (3) *

21&62:160:113 General Chemistry Laboratory (1)

21&62:160:115 General Chemistry (4)

21&62:350:101 English Composition (3)

21&62:640:135 Calculus I (4) **

history (3)

social science (3)

Spring Term

21:120:102 General Biology (3) *

21&62:160:114 General Chemistry Laboratory (1)

21&62:160:116 General Chemistry (4)

21&62:350:102 English Composition (3)

21&62:640:136 Calculus II (4)

history (3)

social science (3)

Sophomore Year

Fall Term

21&62:160:207 Structure and Bonding (3) ***

21&62:160:335 Organic Chemistry (4)

21&62:750:203 General Physics I (4) or21&62:750:213University Physics (4)

21&62:750:205 Introductory Physics Laboratory (1)

literature (3)

foreign language or elective (3)

Spring Term

21&62:160:331 Organic Chemistry Laboratory (2)

21&62:160:336 Organic Chemistry (4)

21&62:750:204 General Physics II (4) or21&62:750:214 University Physics (4)

21&62:750:206 Introductory Physics Laboratory (1)

literature (3)

foreign language or elective (3)

Junior Year

Fall Term

21&62:160:227 Experimental Analytical Chemistry (3)

21&62:160:345 Physical Chemistry (3)

interdisciplinary elective (3)

electives (6)

Spring Term

21&62:160:346 Physical Chemistry (3)

21&62:198:101 Computers and Programming I (3)

fine arts elective (3)

electives (6)

Senior Year

Fall Term

21&62:160:413 Inorganic Chemistry (3)

21&62:160:427 Physical Chemistry Laboratory (4)

21&62:160:453 Seminar (1)

electives (9)

Spring Term

21&62:160:350 Writing and Presentation of Chemistry (3)

21&62:160:448 Synthesis and Characterization (4)

electives (12)

* Optional, but strongly recommended for premedical students. Taken in place of history or social sciences elective, which would be taken instead in a later term.
** 21&62:640:114 Precalculus may be enrolled in first. If so, students enroll in Calculus I in the spring term and Calculus II in the fall term of the sophomore year.
*** May be enrolled in fall term of junior year.


 
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