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Fall 2020

COURSE TITLE SCHEDULE/
UNITS
MEETING TYPE TIMES/DAYS LOCATION / INSTRUCTION MODE INSTR(S)
CHEM B103-001General Chemistry ISemester / 1Lecture: 11:10 AM-12:30 PM MWFRemote InstructionGoldsmith,J., White,S.
CHEM B103-003General Chemistry ISemester / 1Remote Instruction
CHEM B103-00AGeneral Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory Lecture: 2:30 PM- 3:30 PM MPark 278
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Watkins,L., Watkins,L.
Laboratory: 3:30 PM- 5:30 PM MPark 182
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
CHEM B103-00BGeneral Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory Lecture: 2:30 PM- 3:30 PM TPark 278
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Watkins,L., Watkins,L.
Laboratory: 3:30 PM- 5:30 PM TPark 182
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
CHEM B103-00CGeneral Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory Lecture: 2:30 PM- 3:30 PM WPark 278
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Watkins,L., Watkins,L.
Laboratory: 3:30 PM- 5:30 PM WPark 182
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
CHEM B103-00DGeneral Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory Lecture: 2:30 PM- 3:30 PM THRemote InstructionWatkins,L., Watkins,L.
Laboratory: 3:30 PM- 5:30 PM THPark 182
Remote Instruction
CHEM B103-00ZGeneral Chemistry ISemester / 1Remote Instruction
CHEM B211-001Organic Chemistry ISemester / 1Lecture: 9:40 AM-10:30 AM MWFPark 200
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Melvin,P., Melvin,P.
CHEM B211-002Organic Chemistry ISemester / 1Lecture: 9:40 AM-10:30 AM MWFGoodhart Hall Auditorium
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Department staff,T., Werner,H.
CHEM B211-00AOrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: 1:10 PM- 4:30 PM MPark 179
In Person
Hall,A.
CHEM B211-00BOrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: 1:00 PM- 4:30 PM TPark 179
In Person
Hall,A.
CHEM B211-00COrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: 1:00 PM- 4:30 PM WPark 179
In Person
Hall,A.
CHEM B211-00DOrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: 1:00 PM- 4:30 PM THPark 179
In Person
Hall,A.
CHEM B211-00EOrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: 8:00 AM-11:00 AM TPark 179
In Person
Hall,A.
CHEM B211-00FOrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: 8:00 AM-11:00 AM THPark 179
In Person
Hall,A.
CHEM B211-00ZOrganic Chemistry ISemester / 1Laboratory: Date/Time TBAIn PersonGoldsmith,J., Hall,A.
CHEM B211-098Organic Chemistry ISemester / 1In Person
CHEM B221-001Physical Chemistry ISemester / 1Lecture: 9:40 AM-11:00 AM MTHRemote InstructionGoldsmith,J.
CHEM B242-001Biological ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:30 PM TFRemote InstructionKung,Y.
CHEM B251-001Research Methodology in ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:30 PM MTHPark 100
In Person
Burgmayer,S., Burgmayer,S., White,S., White,S.
Laboratory: 1:00 PM- 5:00 PM THPark 274
In Person
CHEM B311-001Advanced Organic ChemistrySemester / 1In Person
CHEM B345-001Advanced Biological ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 11:10 AM-12:30 PM MTHPark 243
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Kung,Y.
CHEM B398-001Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
LEC: 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM MIn Person
CHEM B398-002Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B398-003Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B398-004Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B398-005Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B398-006Senior SeminarSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B398-007Senior SeminarSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B398-008Senior SeminarSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B403-001Supervised ResearchSemester / 0.5,1Dept. staff, TBA
CHEM B403-001Supervised ResearchSemester / 0.5,1Dept. staff, TBA
CHEM B511-001Advanced Organic Chemistry ISemester / 1In Person
CHEM B545-001Advanced Biological Chemistry: Biochemical PathwaysSemester / 1LEC: 11:10 AM-12:30 PM MTHIn PersonKung,Y.
CHEM B701-001Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-002Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-003Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-004Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-005Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-006Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
MATH B101-001Calculus ISemester / 1Lecture: 11:10 AM-12:30 PM TTHSPark 100
Remote Instruction
Sudparid,D.
MATH B101-002Calculus ISemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:30 PM TTHSPark 338
Remote Instruction
Sudparid,D.
MATH B102-001Calculus IISemester / 1Lecture: 11:10 AM-12:30 PM MTHPark 338
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Myers,A.
MATH B102-002Calculus IISemester / 1Lecture: 5:40 PM- 7:00 PM MTHPark 338
Hybrid: In-Person & Remote
Myers,A.
MATH B201-003Multivariable CalculusSemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:30 PM MTHPark 243
In Person
Traynor,L.
MATH B201-004Multivariable CalculusSemester / 1Lecture: 5:40 PM- 7:00 PM MTHPark 100
In Person
Kasius,P.

Spring 2021

COURSE TITLE SCHEDULE/
UNITS
MEETING TYPE TIMES/DAYS LOCATION / INSTRUCTION MODE INSTR(S)
CHEM B104-001General Chemistry II: Enriched SectionSemester / 1Lecture: 12:10 PM- 1:00 PM MWFIn PersonGoldsmith,J., Goldsmith,J.
Recitation: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM FIn Person
CHEM B104-002General Chemistry IISemester / 1Lecture: 12:10 PM- 1:00 PM MWFIn PersonKaragiaridi,O., Karagiaridi,O.
Recitation: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM FIn Person
CHEM B104-00AGeneral Chemistry IISemester / 1Lab/Lec: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM MIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
Laboratory: 2:00 PM- 4:00 PM MIn Person
CHEM B104-00BGeneral Chemistry IISemester / 1Lab/Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM TIn PersonWatkins,L.
Laboratory: 2:00 PM- 4:00 PM TIn Person
CHEM B104-00CGeneral Chemistry IISemester / 1Lab/Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM WIn PersonWatkins,L.
Laboratory: 2:00 PM- 4:00 PM WIn Person
CHEM B104-00DGeneral Chemistry IISemester / 1Lab/Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM THIn PersonWatkins,L.
Laboratory: 2:00 PM- 4:00 PM THIn Person
CHEM B104-00ZGeneral Chemistry IISemester / 1In Person
CHEM B125-001Writing ScienceSemester / 0.5Lecture: 9:55 AM-11:15 AM TTHIn PersonFrancl,M.
CHEM B208-001Topics in Art AnalysisSemester / 1Lecture: 9:10 AM-12:00 PM FIn PersonDepartment staff,T., Walker,A., Weldon,M.
Lecture: 1:10 PM- 4:00 PM FIn Person
CHEM B212-001Organic Chemistry II: Biological Organic Chemistry: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 10:10 AM-11:00 AM MWFIn PersonMelvin,P., Melvin,P.
Recitation: 2:10 PM- 3:00 PM FIn Person
CHEM B212-002Organic Chemistry II: Biological Organic Chemistry: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 11:10 AM-12:00 PM MWFIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
Recitation: 12:10 PM- 1:00 PM FIn Person
CHEM B212-00AOrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Laboratory: 1:10 PM- 4:30 PM MIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B212-00BOrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Laboratory: 2:10 PM- 5:30 PM TIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B212-00COrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Laboratory: 1:10 PM- 4:30 PM WIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B212-00DOrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Laboratory: 1:10 PM- 4:30 PM THIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B212-00EOrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Laboratory: 9:40 AM- 1:00 PM TIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B212-00FOrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Laboratory: 9:10 AM-12:30 PM THIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B212-00ZOrganic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1In Person
CHEM B212-098Organic Chemistry II: Biological Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Pre-lab: 3:10 PM- 4:00 PM FIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
LEC: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM TIn Person
CHEM B222-001Physical Chemistry IISemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:30 PM MWIn PersonGoldsmith,J.
CHEM B231-001Inorganic ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 9:55 AM-11:15 AM TTHIn PersonBurgmayer,S.
CHEM B252-001Research Methodology IISemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:30 PM TIn PersonFrancl,M., Francl,M., Francl,M., Kung,Y., Kung,Y., Kung,Y.
Laboratory: 1:10 PM- 5:00 PM THIn Person
Colloquium: 4:10 PM- 5:00 PM FIn Person
CHEM B312-001Advanced Organic ChemistrySemester / 1Lecture: 9:55 AM-11:15 AM TTHPark 264
In Person
Melvin,P.
CHEM B377-001Biochemistry II: Biochemical Pathways and MetabolismSemester / 1Lecture: 11:25 AM-12:45 PM TTHIn PersonKung,Y.
CHEM B399-001Senior SeminarSemester / 1LEC: 12:30 PM- 2:00 PM MIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B399-002Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B399-003Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B399-004Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B399-005Senior SeminarSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B399-007Senior SeminarSemester / 1Lecture: Date/Time TBAIn PersonDept. staff, TBA
CHEM B399-008Senior SeminarSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B403-001Supervised ResearchSemester / 0.5,1Dept. staff, TBA
CHEM B403-001Supervised ResearchSemester / 0.5,1Dept. staff, TBA
CHEM B701-001Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-002Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-003Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-004Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-005Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
CHEM B701-006Supervised WorkSemester / 1In Person
MATH B101-001Calculus ISemester / 1Lecture: 1:10 PM- 2:00 PM MWFPark 338
In Person
Dept. staff, TBA
MATH B102-001Calculus IISemester / 1Lecture: 10:10 AM-11:00 AM MWFPark 338
In Person
Sudparid,D.
MATH B102-002Calculus IISemester / 1Lecture: 12:10 PM- 1:00 PM MWFPark 338
In Person
Sudparid,D.

Fall 2021

(Class schedules for this semester will be posted at a later date.)

2020-21 Catalog Data

CHEM B103 General Chemistry I
Fall 2020
This is an introductory course in chemistry, open to students with no previous chemistry experience. Topics include aqueous solutions and solubility; the electronic structure of atoms and molecules; chemical reactions and energy; intermolecular forces. Examples discussed in lecture and laboratory include applications of the material to environmental sciences, material science and biological chemistry. Lecture three hours, recitation one hour and laboratory three hours a week. Prerequisite: Quantitative Readiness Required.
Quantitative Methods (QM)
Quantitative Readiness Required (QR)
Scientific Investigation (SI)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B104 General Chemistry II
Section 001 (Spring 2020): Enriched Section
Section 001 (Spring 2021): Enriched Section
Spring 2021
For students who have completed General Chemistry I or have some previous work in chemistry. Topics include chemical kinetics; aqueous solutions and solubility; chemical equilibrium; electrochemistry; thermochemistry. Examples discussed in lecture and laboratory workshop include nuclear chemistry, geochemistry, environmental sciences, material sciences and biological chemistry. One section of the course is designed for students considering a major in the sciences and takes an interdisciplinary approach to the course topics. Lecture three hours, recitation one hour and laboratory three hours a week. Prerequisite: CHEM B103 with a grade of at least 2.0 or permission of the instructor.
Quantitative Methods (QM)
Quantitative Readiness Required (QR)
Scientific Investigation (SI)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B125 Writing Science
Spring 2021
How does scientific research make its way out of the lab? Science translates from the laboratory and the field to journals written for the expert and is often translated again for more general audiences--appearing in venues such as Twitter, newspapers, essays, and memoirs. This course will explore the many ways in which science is translated. Students will experiment with different structures and genres, with weekly readings and writing exercises designed to help them be clearer, livelier writers of science. This is a half-semester, half-credit course.

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CHEM B208 Topics in Art Analysis
Spring 2021
This is a topics course and topics will vary. All courses will cover a variety of methods of analysis of works of art centered around a specific theme. Using both completed case studies and their own analysis of objects in the Bryn Mawr College collection, students will investigate a number of instrumental methods of obtaining both quantitative and qualitative information about the manufacture, use and history of the objects. This course counts towards the major in History of Art.
Scientific Investigation (SI)
Counts toward Museum Studies

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CHEM B211 Organic Chemistry I
Fall 2020
An introduction to the basic concepts of organic chemistry, including acid-base principles; functional groups; alkane and cycloalkane structures; alkene reactions; alkynes; dienes and aromatic structures; substitution and elimination reactions; alcohol reactivity; and radical reactions. The laboratory course introduces basic operations in the organic chemistry lab, spectroscopy, and reactions discussed in lecture. Lecture three hours, recitation one hour and laboratory five hours a week. Prerequisite: CHEM 104 with a grade of at least 2.0.
Quantitative Readiness Required (QR)
Scientific Investigation (SI)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B212 Organic Chemistry II: Biological Organic Chemistry
Section 001 (Spring 2020): Biological Organic Chemistry
Section 001 (Spring 2021): Biological Organic Chemistry
Section 002 (Spring 2020): Biological Organic Chemistry
Section 002 (Spring 2021): Biological Organic Chemistry
Spring 2021
The second semester (biological organic chemistry) is broken into two modules. In the first module, the reactivity of carbonyl carbon is discussed, including ketones, aldehydes, carboxylic acids and derivatives, saccharides and enolate chemistry. Traditional biochemistry coverage begins with the second module. Amino acids (pI, electrophoresis, side chain pKa), protein structure (1°, 2°, 3°, 4°), and enzymatic catalysis, kinetics and inhibition are introduced. The reactivity of the co-enzymes (vitamins) is also covered as individual case studies in bio-organic reactivity. Lecture three hours, recitation one hour and laboratory five hours a week. Prerequisite: CHEM 211 with a grade of at least 2.0.
Scientific Investigation (SI)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B221 Physical Chemistry I
Fall 2020
Introduction to quantum theory and spectroscopy. Atomic and molecular structure; molecular modeling; rotational, vibrational, electronic and magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Lecture three hours. Prerequisites: CHEM B104 and MATH B201.
Quantitative Methods (QM)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B222 Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2021
Modern thermodynamics, with application to phase equilibria, interfacial phenomena and chemical equilibria; statistical mechanics; chemical dynamics. Kinetic theory of gases; chemical kinetics. Lecture three hours. Prerequisite: CHEM B104 and MATH 201. May be taken concurrently with CHEM B212, with permission of instructor.
Quantitative Methods (QM)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B231 Inorganic Chemistry
Spring 2021
Bonding theory; structures and properties of ionic solids; symmetry; crystal field theory; structures, spectroscopy, stereochemistry, reactions and reaction mechanisms of coordination compounds; acid-base concepts; descriptive chemistry of main group elements. Lecture three hours a week. Prerequisite: CHEM 212.
Course does not meet an Approach
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B242 Biological Chemistry
Fall 2020
The structure, chemistry and function of amino acids, proteins, lipids, polysaccharides and nucleic acids; enzyme kinetics; metabolic relationships of carbohydrates, lipids and amino acids, and the control of various pathways. Lecture three hours a week. Prerequisite: CHEM B212 or CHEM H222.
Course does not meet an Approach
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Counts toward Health Studies

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CHEM B251 Research Methodology in Chemistry
Fall 2020
This is a laboratory topics course integrating advanced concepts in chemistry from biological, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry. Students gain experience in the use of departmental research instruments and in scientific literature searches, quantitative data analysis, record keeping and writing. Prerequisite CHEM B212. Co-requisite: CHEM B221 or B231 or B242. Attendance at departmental colloquia is expected of all students.
Quantitative Readiness Required (QR)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B252 Research Methodology II
Spring 2021
This laboratory course integrates advanced concepts in chemistry from biological, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry. Students will gain experience in the use of departmental research instruments and in scientific literature searches, quantitative data analysis, record-keeping, and writing. Attendance at departmental colloquia is expected of all students. Course Prerequisites: CHEM B212. Course Co-requisites: CHEM B222 or CHEM B231 or CHEM B242.
Quantitative Readiness Required (QR)
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B311 Advanced Organic Chemistry
Section 001 (Spring 2020): Synthesis
Fall 2020
A survey of the methods and concepts used in the synthesis of complex organic molecules. Lecture three hours a week. Prerequisites: CHEM 212 and 222.

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CHEM B312 Advanced Organic Chemistry
Spring 2021
Principles of physical organic chemistry with emphasis on reaction mechanisms, reactive intermediates, stereochemistry, and qualitative molecular orbital theory reasoning. Prerequisites: a standard two-semester course in organic chemistry (such as CHEM B211/B212), and some coursework in physical chemistry.

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CHEM B332 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Not offered 2020-21
This is a topics course covering topics in advanced inorganic chemistry. Prerequisites: CHEM 231 and 242 or permission of the instructor.

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CHEM B345 Advanced Biological Chemistry
Fall 2020
This is a topics course. Topics vary. Prerequisite: CHEM B242 or BIOL B375.
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B350 Selected Topics in Current Chemical Research
Not offered 2020-21
This is a topics course, course content varies. Lecture three hours a week. Prerequisites: CHEM 211, 212 and 231 or permission of instructor.

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CHEM B377 Biochemistry II: Biochemical Pathways and Metabolism
Spring 2021
This course is a continuation of CHEM B242 or BIOL B375. Biochemical pathways involved in cellular metabolism will be explored in molecular detail. Energy producing, degradation, and biosynthetic pathways involving sugars, fats, amino acids, and nucleotides will be discussed with an emphasis on structures and mechanisms, experimental methods, regulation, and integration. Additional topics, drawn from the primary research literature, may be covered. Readings will be drawn from textbooks and from the primary literature and assessments may include oral presentations, problem sets, written examinations, and writing assignments. This is a second course in Biochemistry and assumes a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Biochemistry. Prerequisite: BIO 375 or CHEM 242, or permission of instructor.
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B398 Senior Seminar

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CHEM B399 Senior Seminar

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CHEM B403 Supervised Research
Many individual research projects are available, each under the supervision of a member of the faculty. Laboratory at least 10 hours a week. Oral or written presentations are required at the end of each semester. Suggested Preparation: student must seek permission of faculty supervisor.

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CHEM B403 Supervised Research
Many individual research projects are available, each under the supervision of a member of the faculty. Laboratory at least 10 hours a week. Oral or written presentations are required at the end of each semester. Suggested Preparation: student must seek permission of faculty supervisor.

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CHEM B511 Advanced Organic Chemistry I
Section 001 (Spring 2020): Synthesis
Fall 2020
A survey of the methods and concepts used in the synthesis of complex organic molecules. Lecture three hours a week.

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CHEM B512 Advanced Organic Chemistry
Not offered 2020-21
Principles of physical organic chemistry with emphasis on reaction mechanisms, reactive intermediates, stereochemistry, and qualitative molecular orbital theory reasoning. Prerequisites: a standard two-semester course in organic chemistry (such as BMC Chemistry 211/212), and some coursework in physical chemistry.

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CHEM B515 Topics in Organic Chemistry
Not offered 2020-21
This is a topics course. Topics may vary. Prerequisite: CHEM B242 or permission of instructor.
Counts toward Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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CHEM B532 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Not offered 2020-21
This is a topics course covering topics in advanced inorganic chemistry. Prerequisites: CHEM 231 and 242 or permission of the instructor.

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CHEM B534 Organometallic Chemistry
Not offered 2020-21
Fundamental concepts in organometallic chemistry, including structure and bonding, reaction types, and catalysis, and applications to current problems in organic synthesis. Lecture three hours a week. Course is open to graduate students and those undergraduates with CHEM B231 or permission from the instructor.

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CHEM B545 Advanced Biological Chemistry
Section 001 (Fall 2020): Biochemical Pathways
Fall 2020
This is a topics course. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Any course in Biochemistry.

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CHEM B550 Selected Topics in Current Chemical Research
Not offered 2020-21
This is a topics course, course content varies. Lecture three hours a week. Prerequisites: CHEM 221-222 or permission of instructor.

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CHEM B577 Biochemistry II: Biochemical Pathways and Metabolism
Not offered 2020-21
This course is a continuation of CHEM B242 or BIOL B375. Biochemical pathways involved in cellular metabolism will be explored in molecular detail. Energy producing, degradation, and biosynthetic pathways involving sugars, fats, amino acids, and nucleotides will be discussed with an emphasis on structures and mechanisms, experimental methods, regulation, and integration. Additional topics, drawn from the primary research literature, may be covered. Readings will be drawn from textbooks and from the primary literature and assessments may include oral presentations, problem sets, written examinations, and writing assignments. This is a second course in Biochemistry and assumes a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Biochemistry. Prerequisite: BIO 375 or CHEM 375, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM B701 Supervised Work
Section 007 (Spring 2020): Biophysical Chemistry Techniques
Section 008 (Spring 2020): Applied X-ray Crystallography
Fall 2020, Spring 2021

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CHEM B701 Supervised Work
Not offered 2020-21

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MATH B101 Calculus I
Fall 2020, Spring 2021
This is the first in a sequence of two courses that covers single-variable calculus. Topics include functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, differentiation formulas, applications of derivatives, integrals, and the fundamental theorem of calculus. Prerequisite: proficiency in high-school mathematics (including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry).
Quantitative Methods (QM)
Quantitative Readiness Required (QR)

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MATH B102 Calculus II
Fall 2020, Spring 2021
This is the second in a sequence of two courses that covers single-variable calculus. Topics include techniques of integration, applications of integration, infinite sequences and series, tests of convergence for series, and power series. Prerequisite: a merit grade in Math 101 (or an equivalent experience).
Quantitative Methods (QM)

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MATH B201 Multivariable Calculus
Fall 2020
This course extends calculus to functions of multiple variables. Topics include functions, limits, continuity, vectors, directional derivatives, optimization problems, multiple integrals, parametric curves, vector fields, line integrals, surface integrals, and the theorems of Gauss, Green and Stokes. Prerequisite: a merit grade in Math 102 (or an equivalent experience).
Quantitative Methods (QM)

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