### Undergraduate Courses

**01:160:110**** Frontiers of Chemistry (1.5)**For the nonscientist, topics currently at the forefront of chemical research and their social implications. Presented by experts in layperson's terms. Recombinant DNA, chemistry of planets, chemical approaches to the harnessing of solar energy, chemical basis of disease, and drug action.

**01:160:111**** Chemistry of Drugs (1.5)**For nonscientists, a nontechnical chemical approach to the drug phenomenon in our world. Topics include oral contraceptives, psychedelics, stimulants, and depressants.

**01:160:127**** Impact of Chemistry (3)**Relation of chemistry to human life, culture, and everyday decisions. Case studies used to illustrate chemical principles and examine issues of current concern, such as global warming, drug testing, ozone depletion, and heavy-metal poisoning.

*Intended primarily for students majoring in social sciences or humanities.***01:160:128**** Chemistry of Life (3)**Topics chosen from fields of organic chemistry and biochemistry including proteins, DNA, RNA, and chemical origins of life. Emphasis given to the nature of chemical and biochemical discoveries and the social responsibility of scientists.

*Does not make a sequence with 01:160:161.***01:160:133**** Preparation for General Chemistry (2)**Beginning after five weeks of the semester for students who start General Chemistry and encounter serious difficulties. Fall semester only.

*Prerequisites: 01:640:026 or equivalent, and permission of instructor.***01:160:134**** Introduction to Chemistry (3)**For students who are advised that they are not ready to undertake General Chemistry. Students who have taken higher-level chemistry courses for science majors are not eligible. Fall semester only.

*Corequisite: 01:640:111 or 115, or appropriate performance on the placement test in mathematics.***01:160:140**** The Greenhouse Effect (3)**The physical and chemical bases of the "greenhouse effect" and its global impact: biological, climatic, economic, and political. Reducing the emission of "greenhouse" gases; nuclear energy and other alternative energy sources.

*Lec. 2 hrs., lab. 1.5 hrs. For nonscience majors; not for major credit in science or engineering. Credit not given for both this course and 01:450:140, 01:556:140, or 01:750:140.*
Lec. 2 hrs., rec. 1 hr. Prerequisite or corequisite for 159: 01:640:112 or 115 or equivalent. Prerequisite for 160: 01:640:112 or 115 or equivalent. Pre- or corequisite for 160: 01:160:171. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:161-162 or 163-164. |

Lec. 3 hrs., rec. 1 hr. Prerequisite for 161: 01:640:111 or 115, or appropriate performance on the placement test for mathematics. Pre- or corequisite for 162: 01:160:171. Prerequisite for 162: 01:640:111 or 115 or equivalent. For science majors. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:159-160 or 163-164. |

Prerequisite: One year of high school chemistry. Corequisite for 163: 01:640:151 or permission of instructor. Pre- or corequisites for 164: 01:640:152 and 01:160:171, or permission of instructor. For students with a strong interest in chemistry and/or those considering majoring in a science or engineering discipline requiring a strong background in chemistry. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:159-160 or 161-162. |

Lab. 3 hrs. Pre- or corequisite: 01:160:159, 161, or 163. Prerequisite: 01:640:111 or 115 or equivalent. |

Pre- or corequisites: 01:160:161 or 163 or advanced placement, and permission of department. Enrollment limited to 20 students. Intended primarily for first-year students with a strong interest in chemistry. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:127 and 128, 162, or 164. Not for major credit. Credit not given for both this course and 01:160:307-308. |

Lab. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: 01:160:171. Pre- or corequisite: 01:160:209. |

Lec. 1.5 hr., lab. 4.5 hrs. Prerequisites: 01:160:171 and 160, 162, or 164. |

Lec. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: 01:160:160, 162, or 164. Note: 01:160:305 does not substitute for 01:160:209. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:307-308 or 315-316. |

Lec. 3 hrs., rec. 1 hr. Prerequisite: 01:160:160, 162, or 164. 01:160:307 does not substitute for 01:160:209. Credit not given for both 01:160:307-308 and 305-306 or 315-316. |

Lec. 1 hr., lab. 4.5 hrs. Prerequisite for 309: 01:160:171. Pre- or corequisite for 309: 01:160:308 or 316. Prerequisites for 310: 01:160:309, and 308 or 316. Open only to students majoring in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering, and molecular biology and biochemistry, or by permission of instructor. |

Lec. 1 hr., lab. 4.5 hrs. Prerequisites: 01:160:171 and 307. |

Lab. 3 hrs. Prerequisites for 313: 01:160:171; 01:160:160, 162, or 164. Prerequisites for 314: 01:160:305 or 307 or 315, and 313. Pre- or corequisite for 313: 01:160:305 or 307 or 315. Pre- or corequisite for 314: 001:160:306, 308, or 316. 01:160:313-314 is equivalent to 01:160:311. Offered in summer only. |

Lec. 3 hrs., rec. 1 hr. Prerequisite: 01:160:160, 162, or 164. Corequisite for 316: 01:160:309. 01:160:209 does not substitute for 01:160:315. Credit not given for both 01:160:315-316 and 305-306 or 307-308. Recommended for students planning to pursue graduate work in chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, or medicine. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:160, 162, or 164; 01:640:251; 01:750:203-204, or 227 and 228. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:327-328 or 341-342. |

Lec. 3 hrs., rec. 1 hr. Prerequisites: 01:160:160, 162, or 164; 01:640:251; 01:750:203-204, or 227 and 228. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:323-324 or 341-342. Equivalent to 01:160:323-324 but includes a recitation. |

Lec. 1 hr., lab. 4.5 hrs. Prerequisites: 01:160:251 and 323, 327, or 341. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:160, 162, or 164; 01:640:251; 01:750:203-204, or 227 and 228. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:160:323-324 or 327-328. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:309 and 323, 327, or 341, and permission of instructor. |

Lec. 80 mins., lab. 5 hrs. Prerequisite: 01:160:251. Intended for chemistry majors. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:305, 307, or 315 and 01:640:152 or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:308 and 361, or permission of instructor. |

Prerequisite: Permission of department. Not open to seniors. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:308 and 324, 328, or 342. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:307-308 and 323-324 or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:308 and 324, 328, or 342. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:308 and 324, 328, or 342. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:308 and 324, 328, or 342. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:324, 328, or 342; 01:640:250 and 251 or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:324, 328, or 342; 01:640:250 and 251 or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:327-328 or equivalent. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:425. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:421 or permission of instructor. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:324, 328, or 342 or equivalent. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:324, 328, or 342 or equivalent. Recommended: 11:115:403,404 or 01:694:407,408 previously or concurrently. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:324, 328, or 342 or permission of instructor. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:324 or 328 or equivalent. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:324 or 328 or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:324 or 328, and a course in analytical chemistry. |

Prerequisite: Permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 16:160:549. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:361 or 327. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:371 and 421, or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:308, 324 or 328, 371. |

Prerequisite: 01:160:371 or equivalent. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:305-306, 307-308, 315-316, or equivalent; 01:160:323-324, 327-328, 342, 11:115:409, 16:160:537, or equivalent (may be taken concurrently); 01:694:407-408, 11:115:403-404, 16:115:501-502, 511-512, and permission of the instructor. |

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. |

Open only to seniors. |

Corequisites: 01:160:491-492. Open only to seniors. Graded Pass/No Credit. |

Prerequisite: Permission of department. Open only to seniors. |

Prerequisite: Permission of department. Open only to senior honors students. |

Prerequisites: 01:160:159-160 or 161-162 or 165-166; 01:160:307-308 or 315-316; and labs: 01:160:171, 309 or 310 or 311. For outstanding science majors only, minimum GPA 3.5. By invitation only. |