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Chemistry Undergraduate Curriculum


 

Undergraduate Information & Curriculum Guide

Interested in declaring a Major or Minor in Chemistry? Need information for graduating with departmental honors? Our Undergraduate Information & Curriculum Guide has the information you need to help you make an informed decision.

View/Download The Latest Version of the Information & Curriculum Guide: July 2016 Revision [PDF]

View/Download The Requirements for Undergraduate Honors Thesis [PDF]

View/Download The List of Elective Courses Offered for ALL Chemistry Majors: Effective August 2018 [PDF]

 


Mission Statement & Learning Outcomes

Click here to view Hunter College's and the Chemistry Department's Mission Statements and Learning Outcomes

 


Representative Course Syllabi

Representative syllabi for many undergraduate level Chemistry courses offered at Hunter College are available by clicking on the course number/name below.

The topics and the scope of coverage are generally consistent between different instructors of the same course. Chemistry courses offered at Hunter College in the Summer semester maintain the same rigor in topics and scope of coverage as their Fall and Spring semester counterparts.

With the general exception of laboratory courses, instructors may establish their own course/grading policies and adjust the sequence of topics as they see fit. Textbooks and course materials (including any online learning platform(s) that may be used) are subject to change. (Prospective students are advised to independently verify BEFORE purchasing access codes/textbooks/etc. listed on the representative syllabi)

 

CHEM 10000 - Essentials of General Chemistry Lecture [PDF]

CHEM 10100 - Inquiries into the Nature of Matter [PDF]
(Note: CHEM 10100 was formerly titled as "Essentials of General Chemistry Laboratory")

CHEM 10200 - General Chemistry Lecture 1 [PDF]

CHEM 10400 - General Chemistry Lecture 2 [PDF]

CHEM 10600 - General Chemistry Laboratory [PDF]

CHEM 12000 - Essentials of Organic Chemistry Lecture [PDF] & CHEM 12000 Outline & Workshops [PDF}

CHEM 12100 - Essentials of Organic Chemistry Laboratory [PDF]

 

CHEM 222 - Organic Chemistry Lecture 1 [PDF]
(Note: Currently offered as CHEM 22204 or 22206)

CHEM 22300 - Organic Chemistry Lab 1 [PDF]

CHEM 224 - Organic Chemistry Lecture 2 [PDF]
(Note: Currently offered as CHEM 22404 or 22406)

CHEM 22500 - Organic Chemistry Lab 2 [PDF]

CHEM 24900 - Quantitative Analysis [PDF]

CHEM 29101 Section 2 - Introduction to Research [PDF]

 

CHEM 32200 - Organic Chemistry Lecture 3 [PDF]

CHEM 33300 - Computational Drug Discovery [PDF]

CHEM 34900 - Instrumental Analysis [PDF]

CHEM 35100 - Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory [PDF]

CHEM 35200 - Physical Chemistry I [PDF]

CHEM 35500 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory I [PDF]

CHEM 35600 - Physical Chemistry II (Spectroscopy) [PDF]

CHEM 35700 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory II [PDF]

CHEM 36000 - Introduction to Nanotechnology [PDF]

CHEM 36600 - Inorganic Chemistry [PDF]

CHEM 36800 - Biomolecular Structure & Function [PDF]
(Note: CHEM 36800 is currently titled as "Structural Biology")

CHEM 37600 - Biochemistry Lecture 1 [PDF]

CHEM 37700 - Biochemistry Lecture 2 [PDF]

CHEM 37800 - Biochemistry Lab [PDF]

CHEM 38856 - Biological Spectroscopy [PDF]

CHEM 38857 - Medicinal Chemistry [PDF]

CHEM 38860 - Polymer Chemistry [PDF]

CHEM 39000 - Inorganic Chemistry Lab [PDF]
(Note: CHEM 39000 is currently titled as "Current Laboratory Methods in Chemistry")

CHEM 39200 - Introduction to Radiochemistry [PDF]