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P. Marino, Chair
Masato Koreeda, Associate Chair for Faculty and Undergraduate
Professor Dmitri Coucouvanis, Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
Concentration Programs (B.S. or B.S. Chem.)
Courses (by division)
Chemistry - Students
develop a concentration plan in consultation with a program advisor.
Those interested in a B.S. degree with a concentration in chemistry
(120 credits) or the specialized program leading to the Bachelor
of Science in Chemistry (124 credits) are urged to consult
a program advisor during the freshman and/or sophomore years.
Prospective concentrators are advised that further study in chemistry
requires adequate performance in early chemistry courses (preferably
B- or better) as well as in the mathematics and physics prerequisites.
Students interested in an Honors degree should see the Chemistry
Honors advisor. Appointments are scheduled at the Chemistry Advising
Office (1500 Chemistry, 647-2858). Students interested in the
joint program with the College of Engineering should make an
appointment with Chalmers Knight (Academic Advising Center, 1255
Angell Hall, 764-0332) and then make an appointment to see a
chemistry concentration advisor in 1500 Chemistry.
Biochemistry - Appointments
are scheduled in 1500 Chemistry (647-2857).
Chemical Society Student Affiliates
of Biological Chemistry (Medical School)
Pharmacy, College of
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