Courses

Dr. Katie Peterson teaching precipitation reactions with a lecture demonstration.
Dr. Katie Peterson teaching precipitation reactions with a lecture demonstration.

See the class schedule for a list of current and upcoming courses.

Core Courses

  • Principles of Chemistry I and II
  • Organic Chemistry I and II
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory I and II
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis
  • Instrumental Analysis Laboratory I and II
  • Journal Club

Upper-Division Specialty Courses

  • Biochemistry I and II
  • Physical Chemistry I and II
  • Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I and II
  • Medicinal Chemistry I and II
  • Laboratory Management and Safety
  • Criminalistics
  • Special topic courses

Laboratory Experiences

Virtually all of the core courses and upper-division specialty courses have an associated laboratory course. This allows student to perform a wide variety of experiments and work with modern analytical instruments.

Research Opportunities

Enhance your undergraduate experience; visit with a chemistry faculty member about beginning a faculty mentored research project.

Opportunities to Develop Student Skills

  • Undergraduate research
  • Employment in the Chemistry stockroom
  • Tutoring
  • Chemistry Club
  • Seminar speakers
  • Conference presentations