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CHM 2510. Organic Chemistry I (3) CHM 2511. Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1) CHM 2520. Organic Chemistry II (3) CHM 2521. Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1) CHM/BCH 2990. Research & Writing in Chemistry/Biochemistry (3) CHM 3030. Quantitative Analysis (4) BCH 3220. Biochemistry I (3) BCH 3320. Biochemistry II (3) BCH 3330. Biochemistry Laboratory (1) CHM 4010. Elements of Physical Chemistry (3) CHM 4011. Laboratory in Physical Chemistry (1) CHM 4990. Seminar in Chemistry and Biochemistry (1) BIO 1399. Introduction to Biological Principles & Literature (4) MTH 1410. Calculus I (4) MTH 1420. Calculus II (4) MTH 3610. Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences (4) or STS 3200. Mathematical Statistics (4) PHY 2010. Fundamentals of Physics I (4) PHY 2020. Fundamentals of Physics II (4) Choose one course from: BIO 3000. Cell Biology (4) BIO 3210. Tools for Biotechnology (4) BIO 4010. Animal Physiology (4) BIO 4090. Molecular Biology (4) Choose one course from: BIO 3040. Microbiology (4) BIO 3050. Genetics (4) BIO 4020. Ecological Plant Physiology (4) BIO 4060. Immunology (4) One 3-credit chemistry or biochemistry elective at the 3000-level or higher (3) NOTE: CHM 4500 will not fulfill this requirement. Requirements for a Minor in Chemistry (23 credits) CHM 1010. General Chemistry I (3) or CHM 1510. General Chemistry I, Honors and Majors (3) CHM 1011. General Chemistry I, Laboratory (1) or CHM 1511. General Chemistry I Laboratory, Honors and Majors (1) CHM 1020. General Chemistry II (3) or CHM 1520. General Chemistry II, Honors and Majors (3) CHM 1021. General Chemistry II Laboratory (1) or CHM 1521. General Chemistry II Laboratory, Honors and Majors (1)

CHM 2510. Organic Chemistry I (3) CHM 2011. Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1) or CHM 2511. Organic Chemistry I Laboratory, Majors (1) CHM 2520. Organic Chemistry II (3) CHM 2021. Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1) or CHM 2521. Organic Chemistry II Laboratory, Majors (1) CHM 3030. Quantitative Analysis (4) One additional 3-credit chemistry elective at the 3000-level or higher. NOTE: Neither BCH 3220 nor CHM 4500 will fulfill this requirement.

Course Descriptions BCH 2881, 3881, 4881. Special Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. BCH/CHM 2990. Research and Writing in Biochemistry. An overview of research methods and scientific writing in the area of biological chemistry that emphasizes critical review of scientific literature, formulation of research problems, design of experiments, collection and recording of experimental data, and presentation of results. Pre-or corequisite: CHM 2520. Course consists of three lecture hours per week and is offered in the spring. Three credits. BCH 3220. Biochemistry I. A study of the chemical and physical properties of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids. An introduction to bioenergetics and carbohydrate metabolism. Prerequisite: CHM 2520. Course consists of three lecture hours per week and is offered in the fall. Three credits. BCH 3320. Biochemistry II. A study of the chemical and physical properties of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids. An introduction to membrane channels and pumps, the pentose phosphate pathway and the Calvin cycle, photosynthesis, glycogen metabolism, fatty acid metabolism, protein turnover: amino acid degradation and the urea cycle, biosynthesis of amino acids, biosynthesis of nucleotides, biosynthesis of lipids and related molecules, DNA replication and repair, RNA synthesis and splicing, protein synthesis, and integration of metabolism. Prerequisite: CHM 3220 with a grade of C- or higher. Three credits. BCH 3330. Biochemistry Laboratory. Introduction to basic laboratory studies in biochemistry, including protein purification, isolation and characterization of biological molecules, enzyme kinetics studies, chromatography and

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