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1 Chemistry 1 Chemistry Chairperson: James Kincaid, Ph.D. Department of Chemistry website ( The Marquette University Chemistry Department offers several areas of study with outstanding facilities and research opportunities for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers related to chemistry or biochemistry. Three different majors are available: Chemistry, Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology (jointly with Biological Sciences) and Chemistry for Education (for students enrolled in the College of Education or as a secondary major). Students majoring in Chemistry can apply for the Disciplinary Honors Program in Chemistry, which provides experiential learning opportunities such as independent research, internships, research-based laboratory courses and accompanying seminars. A minor in chemistry is also available. The chemistry major is certified by the American Chemical Society, and through course and laboratory work we emphasize developing the whole scientist, in turn preparing students for many fields including research and development, chemistry, dental and medical careers, pharmacy, business, technical sales and marketing, law and education. In addition, together with the Graduate School of Management, the Department of Chemistry offers a five-year B.S./M.B.A. accelerated degree program. Major in Chemistry ACS-Certified Option: Consists of foundational and in-depth courses beyond the first year (44 credit hours). Courses in biochemistry, polymer chemistry and undergraduate research are required. In addition, background courses in mathematics (8 credit hours) and physics (8 credit hours) are required, as listed below. Required Chemistry Courses: CHEM 1013 General Chemistry 1 for Majors 4 or CHEM 1001 General Chemistry 1 CHEM 1014 General Chemistry 2 for Majors 4 or CHEM 1002 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1 4 or CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1 CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 4 or CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 3201 Quantitative Analysis 4 CHEM 3210 Instrumental Analysis 4 CHEM 3320 Inorganic Synthesis 2 CHEM 3420 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 2 CHEM 4330 Inorganic Chemistry 3 CHEM 4433 Physical Chemistry 1 3 CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2 3 CHEM 4530 Introduction to Biochemistry 3 or BIOL 4101 Biochemistry and the Molecular Basis of Biology CHEM 4630 Introduction to Polymer Science 3 CHEM 4956 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry 1-3 Total Credit Hours Additional Course Requirements for ACS-Certified Chemistry Majors: Mathematics Courses: MATH 1450 Calculus 1 4 MATH 1451 Calculus 2 4 Physics Courses: PHYS 1013 Classical and Modern Physics with Calculus 1 4 or PHYS 1003 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 1 PHYS 1014 Classical and Modern Physics with Calculus 2 4 or PHYS 1004 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 2 Total Credit Hours 16

2 2 Chemistry TYPICAL PROGRAM FOR CHEMISTRY MAJORS: ACS-Certified Option Freshman CHEM 1013 or CHEM 1014 or ENGL 1001 or ESSV1 (MCC) 3 ENGL 1001 or ESSV1 (MCC) 3 MATH MATH PHIL 1001 or THEO 1001 (MCC) 3 PHIL 1001 or THEO 1001 (MCC) Sophomore CHEM 2113 or CHEM 2114 or PHYS 1013 or PHYS 1014 or CORE 1929 (MCC) 3 DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 Elective Junior CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 CHEM Electives 6 CORE 4929 (MCC) 3 Elective Senior CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM Electives 9 CHEM Electives Total credit hours: The four courses in the Discovery Tier (DSCV) of the MCC must be completed in the same theme and include the following content areas: Humanities (HUM), Social Science (SSC), Natural Science and Mathematics (NSM) and one elective (ELE), which is an additional course from any of the three content areas. A maximum of two courses in the Discovery Tier can apply towards a primary major. Students must also complete the Writing Intensive (WRIT) and Engaging Social System and Values 2 (ESSV2) requirements of the MCC. These requirements can be fulfilled through designated courses in the Discovery Tier or other degree requirements. CHEM 3420 Physical Chemistry Laboratory may be taken the junior year, concurrently with CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2. Non-ACS Certified Option: Consists of thirteen courses (43 credit hours): 11 required courses (37 credit hours) and 2 elective courses (6 credit hours). In addition, background courses in mathematics (8 credit hours) and physics (8 credit hours) are required, as listed below.

3 Chemistry 3 Required Chemistry Courses: CHEM 1013 General Chemistry 1 for Majors 4 or CHEM 1001 General Chemistry 1 CHEM 1014 General Chemistry 2 for Majors 4 or CHEM 1002 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1 4 or CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1 CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 4 or CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 3201 Quantitative Analysis 4 CHEM 3210 Instrumental Analysis 4 CHEM 3320 Inorganic Synthesis 2 CHEM 3420 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 2 CHEM 4330 Inorganic Chemistry 3 CHEM 4433 Physical Chemistry 1 3 CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2 3 Choose two additional Chemistry electives. 6 Total Credit Hours 43 Additional Course Requirements for Non-ACS Certified Chemistry Majors: Mathematics Courses: MATH 1450 Calculus 1 4 MATH 1451 Calculus 2 4 Physics Courses: PHYS 1013 Classical and Modern Physics with Calculus 1 4 or PHYS 1003 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 1 PHYS 1014 Classical and Modern Physics with Calculus 2 4 or PHYS 1004 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 2 Total Credit Hours 16 Typical Program for Chemistry Majors: Non-ACS CERTIFIED Option Freshman CHEM 1013 or CHEM 1014 or ENGL 1001 or ESSV1 (MCC) 3 ENGL 1001 or ESSV1 (MCC) 3 MATH MATH PHIL 1001 or THEO 1001 (MCC) 3 PHIL 1001 or THEO 1001 (MCC) Sophomore CHEM 2113 or CHEM 2114 or PHYS 1013 or PHYS 1014 or CORE 1929 (MCC) 3 DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 Elective

4 4 Chemistry Junior CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM DSCV (MCC) 1, 2 3 CORE 4929 (MCC) 3 Elective 6 Chemistry elective 3 3 Elective Senior CHEM CHEM CHEM Chemistry elective 3 3 Electives 9 Electives Total credit hours: The four courses in the Discovery Tier (DSCV) of the MCC must be completed in the same theme and include the following content areas: Humanities (HUM), Social Science (SSC), Natural Science and Mathematics (NSM) and one elective (ELE), which is an additional course from any of the three content areas. A maximum of two courses in the Discovery Tier can apply towards a primary major. Students must also complete the Writing Intensive (WRIT) and Engaging Social System and Values 2 (ESSV2) requirements of the MCC. These requirements can be fulfilled through designated courses in the Discovery Tier or other degree requirements. CHEM 4956 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry is a recommended elective. Up to 6 hours can be counted towards the degree. CHEM 3420 Physical Chemistry Laboratory may be taken the junior year, concurrently with CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2. Chemistry B.S./M.S. Accelerated Degree Program The department offers a five-year combined bachelor s-master s program which enables students to earn both their bachelor of science and master of science degrees in chemistry in just five years. After completing the program, it is anticipated that students would have the potential for: Obtaining an industrial position in the chemical profession and related industries featuring greater responsibility and leadership than possible with a bachelor of science degree alone. Developing their academic skills and portfolio further, with the possibility to improve their chances of acceptance into doctoral, medical or other advanced degree programs. Immersion into an intensive research experience to provide guidance on their ability and aptitude for pursuing a doctor of philosophy degree in chemistry. Students are admitted following their junior year but are encouraged to begin undergraduate research (CHEM 4956 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry) during their junior year. Normally, a GPA of 2.75 in their Marquette University undergraduate science and math course work is required for admission. During the spring term of their fourth year, students are eligible to apply for a graduate assistantship for the fifth year, which would be awarded, if available, on the basis of merit as determined by the Graduate Committee (GC). Note that priority for academic year graduate assistantships is given to doctoral candidates. Chemistry B.S./M.B.A. Accelerated Degree Program The Department of Chemistry together with the Graduate School of Management offers an accelerated degree program which allows students to earn both their B.S. in Chemistry and master of business administration (M.B.A.) all within a five-year time period. During the first four years of the program, students complete both their coursework requirements for their Chemistry B.S. degree and the necessary prerequisite courses for the M.B.A. degree in the College of Business Administration. In addition, undergraduate students begin their M.B.A. graduate work in their senior year by taking two graduate level courses. To be considered for admission to the B.S./M.B.A. five-year program, applicants must formally apply to the Graduate School of Management during their junior year at Marquette University. For more detailed information and details of a typical five-year coursework plan, please refer to the Graduate School of Management Bulletin and contact the Department of Chemistry or the Graduate School of Management.

5 Chemistry 5 Major in Chemistry for Education Chemistry for Education: This is a second major for students in the College of Education who wish to teach chemistry at the high school level. The major consists of 30 credit hours: six (6) required chemistry courses (23) credit hours and seven (7) credit hours of chemistry electives. In addition, twelve (12) credit hours of mathematics and physics courses must be completed to fulfill prerequisites for required course work. Required Chemistry Courses: CHEM 1013 General Chemistry 1 for Majors 4 or CHEM 1001 General Chemistry 1 CHEM 1014 General Chemistry 2 for Majors 4 or CHEM 1002 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1 4 or CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1 CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 4 or CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 3201 Quantitative Analysis 4 CHEM 4431 Physical Chemistry: Fundamentals with Applications in Biological Sciences 3 Electives: Choose seven credit hours of Chemistry electives. * 7 Total Credit Hours 30 Required Cognate Courses: MATH 1450 Calculus 1 4 or MATH 1410 Calculus for the Biological Sciences PHYS 1013 Classical and Modern Physics with Calculus 1 4 or PHYS 1001 General Physics 1 or PHYS 1003 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 1 PHYS 1014 Classical and Modern Physics with Calculus 2 4 or PHYS 1002 General Physics 2 or PHYS 1004 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 2 Total Credit Hours 12 * Suggested electives are: Biochemistry (CHEM 4530 Introduction to Biochemistry or BIOL 4101 Biochemistry and the Molecular Basis of Biology), CHEM 3210 Instrumental Analysis, CHEM 4130 Characterization of Organic Compounds, CHEM 4230 Forensic Chemistry, CHEM 4630 Introduction to Polymer Science, CHEM 4956 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry or CHEM 4995 Independent Study in Chemistry. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The major in biochemistry and molecular biology consists of credit hours in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics courses as listed below. Additional cognate courses in mathematics and physics are required. Required Biological Sciences courses (18 cr. hrs.): BIOL 1001 General Biology 1 3 BIOL 1002 General Biology 2 3 BIOL 2201 Genetics 3 BIOL 2301 Cell Biology 3 BIOL 4101 Biochemistry and the Molecular Basis of Biology 3 BIOL 4102 Experimental Molecular Biology 3 Required Chemistry Courses (23-26 cr. hrs.) CHEM 1001 General Chemistry 1 4 or CHEM 1013 General Chemistry 1 for Majors CHEM 1002 General Chemistry 2 4 or CHEM 1014 General Chemistry 2 for Majors CHEM 3201 Quantitative Analysis 4 Organic Chemistry Sequence - Choose one of the following: 8

6 6 Chemistry CHEM 2111 & CHEM 2112 CHEM 2113 & CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry 1 and Organic Chemistry 2 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1 and Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 Physical Chemistry - Choose one of the following: 3-6 CHEM 4431 CHEM 4433 & CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry: Fundamentals with Applications in Biological Sciences Physical Chemistry 1 and Physical Chemistry 2 Additional Laboratory Course Requirement - Choose option one or option two: 3 Option 1: BIOL 4956 or CHEM 4956 Option 2 (choose one of the following): BIOL 3202 BIOL 3302 BIOL 3402 BIOL 3502 BIOL 3602 BIOL 3702 BIOL 3802 BIOL 4403 Laboratory Research Project in Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research in Chemistry Experimental Genetics Experimental Cell Biology Experimental Ecology and Field Biology Experimental Neurobiology Experimental Vertebrate Anatomy and Development Experimental Physiology Experimental Microbiology Tropical Ecology in Panama Elective Courses - Choose any three of the following not previously taken: 9-12 Biology Courses: BIOL 3202 BIOL 3302 BIOL 3402 BIOL 3404 BIOL 3406 BIOL 3501 BIOL 3502 BIOL 3601 BIOL 3602 BIOL 3701 BIOL 3702 BIOL 3801 BIOL 3802 BIOL 4201 BIOL 4401 BIOL 4403 BIOL 4703 BIOL 4806 BIOL 4956 BIOL 4987 BIOL 4995 BISC 4995 Chemistry Courses: CHEM 3210 CHEM 4130 CHEM 4330 CHEM 4430 CHEM 4530 CHEM 4956 Mathematics Courses: Experimental Genetics Experimental Cell Biology Experimental Ecology and Field Biology Evolutionary Biology Plant Biology Cellular Neurobiology Experimental Neurobiology Animal Development Experimental Vertebrate Anatomy and Development Human Physiology Experimental Physiology Microbiology Experimental Microbiology Genomics and Bioinformatics Advanced Ecology Tropical Ecology in Panama Exercise Physiology Immunobiology Laboratory Research Project in Biological Sciences Applying the Internship Experience Independent Study in Biology Independent Study in Biomedical Sciences Instrumental Analysis Characterization of Organic Compounds Inorganic Chemistry Introduction to Quantum Chemistry Introduction to Biochemistry Undergraduate Research in Chemistry

7 Chemistry 7 MATH 2450 Calculus 3 MATH 2451 MATH 4740 or MATH 4720 or PSYC 2001 Physics Courses: PHYS 4046 PHYS 4065 Differential Equations Biostatistical Methods and Models Statistical Methods Psychological Measurements and Statistics The Physical Basis of Biological Structure and Function Experimental Methods in Molecular Biophysics Total Credit Hours Notes: Students who take CHEM 4433 Physical Chemistry 1, CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2 and MATH 2450 Calculus 3 are required to take only one additional elective in biological sciences, chemistry or mathematics. A second BIOL 4956 Laboratory Research Project in Biological Sciences course may be taken as an elective if previously taken as a laboratory course. Honors courses are available from both departments by contract with the instructors. Courses available for honors credit are identified. Cognate Course Requirements: Mathematics Courses: MATH 1450 Calculus 1 4 MATH 1451 Calculus 2 4 Physics Sequence - Choose one of the following: 8 PHYS 1001 & PHYS 1002 PHYS 1003 & PHYS 1004 General Physics 1 and General Physics 2 General Physics with Introductory Calculus 1 and General Physics with Introductory Calculus 2 Total Credit Hours 16 Typical Program for Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Majors Freshman BIOL BIOL CHEM 1001 or CHEM 1002 or MATH MATH ENGL 1001 or PHIL 1001 (MCC) 3 PHIL 1001 or ENGL 1001 (MCC) 3 BIOL BIOL Sophomore CHEM 2111 or CHEM 2112 or BIOL BIOL PHYS 1001 or PHYS 1002 or CORE 1929 (MCC) 3 DSCV (MCC) 3,4 3 THEO 1001 or ESSV1 (MCC) 2 3 THEO 1001 or ESSV1 (MCC)

8 8 Chemistry Junior BIOL Biology lab (upper division) 6 3 CHEM CHEM DSCV (MCC) 3,4 3 DSCV (MCC) 3,4 3 Electives 6 Elective Senior BIOL Biochemistry/Molecular Biology electives 6 Biochemistry/Molecular Biology elective 3-4 CORE 4929 or elective 3 DSCV (MCC) 3,4 3 Electives 6 CORE 4929 or elective 3 Elective Total credit hours: BIOL 1004 Biology and the Health Professions is recommended for students considering a career in the health sciences, while BIOL 1003 Biology Matters is recommended for students exploring other career opportunities in Biological Sciences. For students intending to apply to medical school: MATH 4740 Biostatistical Methods and Models is recommended as a math elective, PSYC 1001 General Psychology is recommended as a general elective, and SOCI 1001 Principles of Sociology is recommended as the ESSV1 course. The four courses in the Discovery Tier (DSCV) of the MCC must be completed in the same theme and include the following content areas: Humanities (HUM), Social Science (SSC), Natural Science and Mathematics (NSM) and one elective (ELE), which is an additional course from any of the three content areas. A maximum of two courses in the Discovery Tier can apply towards a primary major. Students must also complete the Writing Intensive (WRIT) and Engaging Social System and Values 2 (ESSV2) requirements of the MCC. These requirements can be fulfilled through designated courses in the Discovery Tier or other degree requirements. Many students, including those continuing on to graduate school, should consider the option of two terms of physical chemistry CHEM 4433 Physical Chemistry 1 and CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2 which require an additional term of calculus MATH 2450 Calculus 3. Students who take CHEM 4433 Physical Chemistry 1, CHEM 4434 Physical Chemistry 2, and MATH 2450 Calculus 3 are required to take only one additional elective in biological sciences, chemistry or mathematics. BIOL 4956 Laboratory Research Project in Biological Sciences or CHEM 4956 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry may be substituted. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology B.S./M.B.A. Accelerated Degree Programs The Departments of Biological Sciences and Chemistry together with the Graduate School of Management offer an accelerated degree programs which allow students to earn their B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and a master of business administration (M.B.A.), all within in a five-year time period. During the first four years of the program, students complete both their coursework requirements for their B.S. degree and the necessary prerequisite courses for the M.B.A. degree in the College of Business Administration. In addition, undergraduate students begin their M.B.A. graduate work in their senior year by taking two graduate level courses. To be considered for admission to the B.S./M.B.A. five-year program, applicants must formally apply to the Graduate School of Management during their junior year at Marquette University. For more detailed information and details of a typical five-year coursework plan, please refer to the Graduate School of Management Bulletin and contact the Departments of Biological Sciences and/or Chemistry or the Graduate School of Management. Minor in Chemistry The Chemistry minor consists of five courses for a minimum of 19 credit hours, as listed below: Required Chemistry Courses: CHEM 1001 General Chemistry 1 4

9 Chemistry 9 or CHEM 1013 General Chemistry 1 for Majors CHEM 1002 General Chemistry 2 4 or CHEM 1014 General Chemistry 2 for Majors CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1 4 or CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1 CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 4 or CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 Elective Course: Choose one upper-division CHEM course or one of the following. 3 PHYS 4012 Quantum Mechanics PHYS 4062 Introduction to Thermodynamics Total Credit Hours 19 Notes: CHEM 4956 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry or CHEM 4995 Independent Study in Chemistry may not be counted toward the minor. Department of Public Instruction Certification College of Education students wishing to pursue Department of Public Instruction Certification must complete the following courses listed below for a total of 22 credit hours: Required Chemistry courses: CHEM 1001 General Chemistry 1 4 CHEM 1002 General Chemistry 2 4 CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1 4 or CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1 CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 4 or CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 CHEM 3201 Quantitative Analysis 4 Electives - Choose two credit hours of Chemistry electives 2 Total Credit Hours 22 Program Director: Prof. Adam T. Fiedler, Ph.D. CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITES: CHEM 1001H Honors General Chemistry 1 4 or CHEM 1013H Honors General Chemistry 1 for Majors CHEM 1002H Honors General Chemistry 2 4 or CHEM 1014H Honors General Chemistry 2 for Majors Honors Organic Chemistry 1 4 Honors Organic Chemistry 2 4 Total Credit Hours 16 REQUIREMENTS FOR Chemistry DISCIPLINARY HONORS: 1. Coursework: CHEM 4931H Honors Topics in Chemistry 1 1 CHEM 4956H Honors Undergraduate Research in Chemistry 2 5 Total Credit Hours Students are expected to enroll in CHEM 4931H during the fall term of their junior year. The 5 credits of CHEM 4956H must be taken over at least two terms.

10 10 Chemistry 2. Public presentation (talk/poster) describing the results and outcomes of the undergraduate research. The director will inform students of presentation opportunities and determine which presentations fulfill the requirements of the program. 3. A minimum cumulative GPA in the major at the time of graduation is required to graduate with disciplinary honors. ELIGIBILITY 1. Overall cumulative GPA of or higher at time of application. 2. Written statement In a written statement (1-2 pages), the student should summarize his/her reasons for applying to the honors program. In addition, the statement should address the student s plans with respect to undergraduate research and career objectives. APPLICATION Students are encouraged to apply to the honors program in chemistry during the spring term of their sophomore year. Applications may also be accepted in the fall term of the junior year in rare cases. Applications should be submitted directly to the chemistry department office. Sample statements, application deadlines, and forms are available on Department of Chemistry Web page. Additional questions can be directed to the disciplinary honors director, Dr. Adam Fiedler. The program director evaluates applications and makes decisions regarding admission to the program. ACADEMIC STANDARDS If a student drops below a in any given term during the junior year or any subsequent year, the student receives a letter of warning from the director. If a student drops below a cumulative GPA, they are placed on Honors Program academic probation; if they do not achieve a cumulative by the end of the following term, they are removed from the program. Students must earn a grade of C or better in a course for it to count toward the Honors Degree. Courses CHEM Essentials of Chemistry. 1 cr. hr. Transitional, 7-week course for students beginning the fall term in CHEM Course focuses on critical thinking and scientific reasoning skills. Prereq: Enrollment in CHEM 1001 at the beginning of fall term. CHEM General Chemistry 1. 4 cr. hrs. Introductory college chemistry. Fundamental principles of chemistry including stoichiometry, physical states of matter, energy relationships, periodic table, atomic and molecular structure and solutions. The following mathematical concepts are used in CHEM 1001 and CHEM 1002: Scientific notation, logarithms, the quadratic equation and proportionality. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab., 1 hr. disc. CHEM 1001H. Honors General Chemistry 1. 4 cr. hrs. Introductory college chemistry. Fundamental principles of chemistry including stoichiometry, physical states of matter, energy relationships, periodic table, atomic and molecular structure and solutions. The following mathematical concepts are used in CHEM 1001H and CHEM 1002H: Scientific notation, logarithms, the quadratic equation and proportionality. As an Honors Program course, includes a more intensive research or project component. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab., 1 hr. disc. Prereq: Admission to Marquette University Honors Program. CHEM General Chemistry 2. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM Chemistry of metals and nonmetals, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, aqueous equilibria, free energy relationships, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry, and chemistry of the transition metals. Qualitative analysis included as part of the laboratory work. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab., 1 hr. disc. Prereq: CHEM 1001 or CHEM 1002H. Honors General Chemistry 2. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM 1001 or CHEM 1001H. Chemistry of metals and nonmetals, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, aqueous equilibria, free energy relationships, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry, and chemistry of the transition metals. Qualitative analysis included as part of the laboratory work. As an Honors Program course, includes a more intensive research or project component. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab., 1 hr. disc. Prereq: CHEM 1001 or CHEM 1001H and admission to Marquette University Honors Program. CHEM General Chemistry 1 for Majors. 4 cr. hrs. Introductory college chemistry, designed for students majoring in the natural sciences. Fundamental principles of chemistry including stoichiometry, physical states of matter, energy relationships, periodic table, atomic and molecular structure and solutions. The following mathematical concepts are used: Scientific notation, logarithms, the quadratic equation and proportionality. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Students cannot receive credit for both CHEM 1001 and CHEM CHEM 1013H. Honors General Chemistry 1 for Majors. 4 cr. hrs. Introductory college chemistry, designed for students majoring in the natural sciences. Fundamental principles of chemistry including stoichiometry, physical states of matter, energy relationships, periodic table, atomic and molecular structure and solutions. The following mathematical concepts are used: Scientific notation, logarithms, the quadratic equation and proportionality. As an Honors Program course, includes a more intensive research or project component. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Students cannot receive credit for both CHEM 1001 and CHEM Prereq: Admission to Marquette University Honors Program.

11 Chemistry 11 CHEM General Chemistry 2 for Majors. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM 1001 or Intended for students majoring in the natural sciences. Emphasis in the lecture is on kinetics, equilibrium, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, symmetry in coordination and organic chemistry, and industrial processes as applied from thermodynamic principles. The laboratory consists of experiments designed to correlate with lecture; introduction of some research-grade instrumentation is given. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Students cannot receive credit for both CHEM 1002 and CHEM Prereq: CHEM 1001 or CHEM CHEM 1014H. Honors General Chemistry 2 for Majors. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM 1001 or Intended for students majoring in the natural sciences. Emphasis in the lecture is on kinetics, equilibrium, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, symmetry in coordination and organic chemistry, and industrial processes as applied from thermodynamic principles. The laboratory consists of experiments designed to correlate with lecture; introduction of some research-grade instrumentation is given. As an Honors Program course, includes a more intensive research or project component. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Students cannot receive credit for both CHEM 1002 and CHEM Prereq: CHEM 1001 or CHEM 1001H or CHEM 1013H and admission to Marquette University Honors Program. CHEM CHEM 1001 Laboratory Only. 1 cr. hr. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a laboratory in CHEM 1001 (first semester general chemistry), without taking lecture or discussion. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM CHEM 1002 Laboratory Only. 1 cr. hr. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a laboratory in CHEM 1002 (second semester general chemistry), without taking lecture or discussion. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM CHEM 1001 Lecture Only. 3 cr. hrs. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a lecture in CHEM 1001 (first semester general chemistry), without taking laboratory. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM CHEM 1002 Lecture Only. 3 cr. hrs. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a lecture in CHEM 1002 (second semester general chemistry), without taking laboratory. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM Chemistry in the World. 4 cr. hrs. Introduction to chemical concepts and their applications in the world, with focus on applications in energy, the environment, air and water pollution, agriculture, food and drug development. Intended for non-science majors. 3 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab. CHEM Organic Chemistry 1. 4 cr. hrs. Modern theories of bonding, stereochemistry, synthesis and reaction mechanism. The chemistry of aliphatic hydrocarbons and their functional group derivatives. Laboratory: basic organic manipulations such as distillation, recrystallization, including simple synthesis. 3 hrs. lec., 4 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 1002 or CHEM CHEM Organic Chemistry 2. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM Extension of the chemistry of the remaining mono and polyfunctional, and aromatic compounds. Bonding, stereochemistry, mechanisms, synthesis, applied spectroscopy, heterocycles and natural products. Laboratory: synthesis, instrumental application, organic qualitative analysis. 3 hrs. lec., 4 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 2111 or CHEM CHEM Organic Chemistry for Majors 1. 4 cr. hrs. Intended to be taken by chemistry majors, honors students, and other interested science majors. Principles of bonding, stereochemistry, mechanisms, kinetics, and spectrometry applied to aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons and simple monofunctional organic molecules. Laboratory: modern techniques using research instruments. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. disc., 4 hrs. lab. Students cannot receive credit for both CHEM 2111 and CHEM Prereq: CHEM 1002 or CHEM CHEM Organic Chemistry for Majors 2. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM Mechanisms, structure-reactivity relationships, and complex syntheses applied to the remaining principle classes of organic compounds. Laboratory: organic qualitative analysis. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. disc., 4 hrs. lab. Students cannot receive credit for both CHEM 2112 and CHEM Prereq: CHEM 2111 or CHEM CHEM CHEM 2111 Laboratory Only. 1 cr. hr. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a laboratory in CHEM 2111 (organic chemistry 1), without taking lecture. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM CHEM 2112 Laboratory Only. 1 cr. hr. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a laboratory in CHEM 2112 (organic chemistry 2), without taking lecture. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM CHEM 2111 Lecture Only. 3 cr. hrs. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a lecture in CHEM 2111 (organic chemistry 1), without taking lab. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM CHEM 2112 Lecture Only. 3 cr. hrs. Designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a lecture in CHEM 2112 (organic chemistry 2), without taking lab. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch.

12 12 Chemistry CHEM Chemistry Laboratory Only: Upper Division. 1-2 cr. hrs. This is a variable title, variable credit course designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a laboratory without lecture basis for existing upper division chemistry courses. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM Lecture Only - Upper Division. 1-3 cr. hrs. This is a variable title, variable credit course designed to provide students with a formal course number in which they may register for a lecture without laboratory basis for existing upper division chemistry courses. Prereq: Cons. of dept. ch. CHEM Quantitative Analysis. 4 cr. hrs. Fundamental theory of analytical chemistry covering principal gravimetric and titrimetric methods with introduction to electrochemical and spectrophotometric techniques and to separations. 3 hrs. lec., 4 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 1002 or CHEM CHEM Instrumental Analysis. 4 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM Physical methods of analysis with emphasis on electrochemical, spectral and chromatographic methods. 3 hrs. lec., 4 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 3201, CHEM 4433 or 4431, and PHYS 1002 or PHYS 1004 or PHYS CHEM Inorganic Synthesis. 2 cr. hrs. Synthesis and characterization of transition and post-transition inorganic and organometallic compounds. Emphasis on structure elucidation through electronic and nuclear magnetic spectroscopy; handling of air-sensitive compounds; high-vacuum line techniques; homogeneous catalysis. 1 lab-recit., 4 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 4330, which must be taken concurrently, and CHEM 4431 or 4433 or CHEM Physical Chemistry Laboratory. 2 cr. hrs. Laboratory experiments illustrating the principles of physical chemistry. 5 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 4433 and CHEM 4434, which must be taken concurrently. CHEM Topics in Chemistry. 1-3 cr. hrs. Topics of current interest in inorganic, organic, analytical, physical or biochemistry. Prereq: CHEM 4434, which may be taken concurrently, or cons. of instr. CHEM Characterization of Organic Compounds. 3 cr. hrs. Fundamental theory of spectral methods used to identify organic compounds. Structure elucidation through application of nuclear magnetic resonance, ultraviolet, infrared and mass spectroscopy. 3 hrs. lec. Prereq: CHEM 4431 or CHEM 4433 or CHEM CHEM Forensic Chemistry. 3 cr. hrs. Examines the chemistry of forensics. Topics include: the science behind forensic analysis, methods for data analysis and applications of analytical methods in forensic science. Prereq: CHEM 3201, which may be taken concurrently. CHEM Inorganic Chemistry. 3 cr. hrs. Structure and bonding as related to physical and chemical properties; concepts relating to mechanisms; metal complexes; organometallic chemistry; molecular symmetry; catalysis; and descriptive chemistry to demonstrate applications of principles. Prereq: CHEM 4431 or CHEM 4433 or CHEM CHEM Introduction to Quantum Chemistry. 3 cr. hrs. Elementary quantum theory and applications to atoms, molecules, and chemical bonding. Prereq: CHEM CHEM Physical Chemistry: Fundamentals with Applications in Biological Sciences. 3 cr. hrs. One-term course in Physical Chemistry with focus on basic principles, using examples drawn from applications to biological systems. Covers macroscopic, statistical, and microscopic descriptions of matter. Emphasis on thermodynamics, chemical and physical equilibria, transport properties, and kinetics. Prereq: CHEM 1002 or CHEM 1014; and MATH 1410 or MATH 1450; and PHYS 1002 or PHYS 1004 or PHYS CHEM Physical Chemistry 1. 3 cr. hrs. Foundations of quantum mechanics, applications to chemical systems, atomic and molecular structure and spectroscopy, foundations of statistical mechanics, states of matter, laws of thermodynamics, phase and chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, transport properties and chemical kinetics. 3 hrs. lec. Prereq: CHEM 2114, MATH 1451, and PHYS 1002 or PHYS 1004 or PHYS CHEM Physical Chemistry 2. 3 cr. hrs. Continuation of CHEM hrs. lec. Prereq: CHEM CHEM Introduction to Biochemistry. 3 cr. hrs. Bioenergetics, glycolysis, oxidative degradation, enzymes, metabolic controls, metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and amino acids. Prereq: CHEM 2112 and CHEM 4431; or CHEM 2112 and CHEM CHEM Introduction to Polymer Science. 3 cr. hrs. Theory and practice of molecular weight determination for macromolecules. Characterization of polymers, including spectroscopic, chemical and mechanical procedures. Synthesis of polymers, including kinetics of reaction. Polymer additives and technology. Prereq: CHEM 2112 and CHEM 4431 or CHEM 4433 or CHEM CHEM Topics in Chemistry. 1-3 cr. hrs. Analysis of selected topics under faculty supervision. S/U grade assessment. Prereq: CHEM 2112, 2114 or 2114H.

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