Summer Semester 2015

  1. Chemistry (CHEM)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A055 Contemporary Chemistry 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  MTWR   08:30AM-9:30AM
      BMH 117
      Martinson, M 16

      CRN: 50439
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Introductory course for students with little or no chemistry background. Covers units of measurement, matter, atoms, periodic table, nomenclature, equations, oxidation-reduction, solutions, calculations, and problem solving.

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    Introductory course for students with little or no chemistry background. Covers units of measurement, matter, atoms, periodic table, nomenclature, equations, oxidation-reduction, solutions, calculations, and problem solving.

  4. A103 *Survey of Chemistry 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Summers, D 4

      CRN: 50442
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Survey of topics including matter, energy, units of measurement, the periodic table, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, radioactivity, oxidation-reduction reactions, solutions involving acids, bases and buffers; and an introduction to organic chemistry with units on functional groups and the chemistry of alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.
      Special Note: This is an introductory course designed for health science majors and assumes prior knowledge of college preparatory high school chemistry and algebra. CHEM A103L is the laboratory component of this course and requires a separate registration.
      Registration Restrictions: CHEM A055 with a minimum grade of C or college preparatory high school chemistry with a minimum grade of C. If the MATH A105 prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate scores on the SAT or ACT tests or appropriate scores on a UAA-approved placement test such as the Accuplacer placement test.

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    Survey of topics including matter, energy, units of measurement, the periodic table, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, radioactivity, oxidation-reduction reactions, solutions involving acids, bases and buffers; and an introduction to organic chemistry with units on functional groups and the chemistry of alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.
    Special Note: This is an introductory course designed for health science majors and assumes prior knowledge of college preparatory high school chemistry and algebra. CHEM A103L is the laboratory component of this course and requires a separate registration.
    Registration Restrictions: CHEM A055 with a minimum grade of C or college preparatory high school chemistry with a minimum grade of C. If the MATH A105 prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate scores on the SAT or ACT tests or appropriate scores on a UAA-approved placement test such as the Accuplacer placement test.

  5. A105 *General Chemistry I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Holmberg, E 13

      CRN: 50444
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Introduction to general chemistry for science majors which includes topics in elements and compounds, the periodic table, atomic and subatomic theory and spectroscopy, bonding, various chemical reactions, thermodynamics, atomic and molecular interactions in gases, liquids, solids and solution chemistry.
      Special Note: Assumes prior knowledge of college preparatory high school chemistry and algebra. CHEM A105L is the lab component of this course and requires a separate registration.
      Registration Restrictions: CHEM A055 with a minimum grade of C or college preparatory high school chemistry with a minimum grade of C. If the MATH A105 prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate scores on the SAT or ACT tests or appropriate scores on a UAA-approved placement test such as the Accuplacer placement test.

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    Introduction to general chemistry for science majors which includes topics in elements and compounds, the periodic table, atomic and subatomic theory and spectroscopy, bonding, various chemical reactions, thermodynamics, atomic and molecular interactions in gases, liquids, solids and solution chemistry.
    Special Note: Assumes prior knowledge of college preparatory high school chemistry and algebra. CHEM A105L is the lab component of this course and requires a separate registration.
    Registration Restrictions: CHEM A055 with a minimum grade of C or college preparatory high school chemistry with a minimum grade of C. If the MATH A105 prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate scores on the SAT or ACT tests or appropriate scores on a UAA-approved placement test such as the Accuplacer placement test.

  6. A105L *General Chemistry I Lab 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      08:30AM-12:15PM
      CPSB 312
      Prnka, M 2

      CRN: 50445
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Introductory chemistry laboratory course with experiments designed to introduce students to the basics of laboratory equipment, data collection, data analysis and reporting; and to illustrate, augment and apply concepts covered in CHEM A105.
      Special Note: Students who do not meet the prerequisites for this course may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the faculty. Attendance is mandatory for all chemistry laboratory courses the first week of class. Unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor, any student who does not attend the first scheduled meeting for this lab may be administratively dropped and a student on a waiting list will be added in their place. Any fees resulting from either of these drop procedures or any late registration procedure will be the responsibility of the student.

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    3.  M      01:30PM-5:15PM
      CPSB 312
      Prnka, M 4

      CRN: 50446
      Section: 302
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Introductory chemistry laboratory course with experiments designed to introduce students to the basics of laboratory equipment, data collection, data analysis and reporting; and to illustrate, augment and apply concepts covered in CHEM A105.
      Special Note: Students who do not meet the prerequisites for this course may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the faculty. Attendance is mandatory for all chemistry laboratory courses the first week of class. Unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor, any student who does not attend the first scheduled meeting for this lab may be administratively dropped and a student on a waiting list will be added in their place. Any fees resulting from either of these drop procedures or any late registration procedure will be the responsibility of the student.

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    Introductory chemistry laboratory course with experiments designed to introduce students to the basics of laboratory equipment, data collection, data analysis and reporting; and to illustrate, augment and apply concepts covered in CHEM A105.
    Special Note: Students who do not meet the prerequisites for this course may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the faculty. Attendance is mandatory for all chemistry laboratory courses the first week of class. Unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor, any student who does not attend the first scheduled meeting for this lab may be administratively dropped and a student on a waiting list will be added in their place. Any fees resulting from either of these drop procedures or any late registration procedure will be the responsibility of the student.

  7. A106 *General Chemistry II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Holmberg, E 7

      CRN: 50447
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      The second semester in the general chemistry sequence for science majors. Topics include kinetics, equilibrium chemistry, acid-base chemistry, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemical cell chemistry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, and chemical analysis methods.
      Special Note: CHEM A106L is the laboratory component of this course and requires a separate registration.

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    The second semester in the general chemistry sequence for science majors. Topics include kinetics, equilibrium chemistry, acid-base chemistry, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemical cell chemistry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, and chemical analysis methods.
    Special Note: CHEM A106L is the laboratory component of this course and requires a separate registration.

  8. A106L *General Chemistry II Lab 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      10:00AM-1:45PM
      CPSB 315
      Martinson, M 1

      CRN: 51372
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      The second semester of this introductory chemistry laboratory course sequence. Experiments are designed to reinforce concepts students have been exposed to regarding the basics of laboratory equipment, data collection, data analysis, and reporting. This course illustrates, augments, and applies concepts covered in CHEM A106.
      Special Note: Students who do not meet the prerequisites for this course may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the faculty. Attendance is mandatory for all chemistry laboratory courses the first week of class. Unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor, any student who does not attend the first scheduled meeting for this lab may be administratively dropped and a student on a waiting list will be added in their place. Any fees resulting from either of these drop procedures or any late registration procedure will be the responsibility of the student.

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    3.   T     10:00AM-1:45PM
      CPSB 315
      Martinson, M 0

      CRN: 51373
      Section: 302
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      The second semester of this introductory chemistry laboratory course sequence. Experiments are designed to reinforce concepts students have been exposed to regarding the basics of laboratory equipment, data collection, data analysis, and reporting. This course illustrates, augments, and applies concepts covered in CHEM A106.
      Special Note: Students who do not meet the prerequisites for this course may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the faculty. Attendance is mandatory for all chemistry laboratory courses the first week of class. Unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor, any student who does not attend the first scheduled meeting for this lab may be administratively dropped and a student on a waiting list will be added in their place. Any fees resulting from either of these drop procedures or any late registration procedure will be the responsibility of the student.

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    The second semester of this introductory chemistry laboratory course sequence. Experiments are designed to reinforce concepts students have been exposed to regarding the basics of laboratory equipment, data collection, data analysis, and reporting. This course illustrates, augments, and applies concepts covered in CHEM A106.
    Special Note: Students who do not meet the prerequisites for this course may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the faculty. Attendance is mandatory for all chemistry laboratory courses the first week of class. Unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor, any student who does not attend the first scheduled meeting for this lab may be administratively dropped and a student on a waiting list will be added in their place. Any fees resulting from either of these drop procedures or any late registration procedure will be the responsibility of the student.

  9. A321 Organic Chemistry I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  MTWR   02:00PM-4:00PM
      CPSB 120
      Tomco, P 17

      CRN: 50448
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-06/22

      Investigates the chemistry of carbon compounds including alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, and arenes. Discusses physical properties, nomenclature, synthesis, reactions, reaction mechanisms, and stereochemistry of these compounds.

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    Investigates the chemistry of carbon compounds including alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, and arenes. Discusses physical properties, nomenclature, synthesis, reactions, reaction mechanisms, and stereochemistry of these compounds.

  10. A322 Organic Chemistry II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  MTWR   11:15AM-1:15PM
      CPSB 120
      Tomco, P 12

      CRN: 50449
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-06/22

      Continuation of CHEM A321. Includes the study of spectroscopic techniques for structure determination, and the chemistry of alcohols, ethers, epoxides, thiols, sulfides, carbonyl compounds, amines, carbohydrates and amino acids. Emphasizes nomenclature, physical properties, synthetic methods and reaction mechanisms.

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    Continuation of CHEM A321. Includes the study of spectroscopic techniques for structure determination, and the chemistry of alcohols, ethers, epoxides, thiols, sulfides, carbonyl compounds, amines, carbohydrates and amino acids. Emphasizes nomenclature, physical properties, synthetic methods and reaction mechanisms.

  11. A495 Chemistry Internship 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Kennish, J 1

      CRN: 50453
      Section: 341
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Work experience in an approved position with supervision and training in various agencies and businesses. Exposes student to work environment beyond the campus setting to acquire essential practical skills and enhance self-confidence and career direction.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair approval

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    Work experience in an approved position with supervision and training in various agencies and businesses. Exposes student to work environment beyond the campus setting to acquire essential practical skills and enhance self-confidence and career direction.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair approval

  12. A498 Individual Research 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Holmberg, E 1

      CRN: 50454
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Research projects to be arranged with individual faculty members who will direct the study of research.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair permission.

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    3.        
      ARR
      Kennish, J 1

      CRN: 50456
      Section: 303
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Research projects to be arranged with individual faculty members who will direct the study of research.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair permission.

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    4.        
      ARR
      Vugmeyster, L 1

      CRN: 50457
      Section: 304
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Research projects to be arranged with individual faculty members who will direct the study of research.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair permission.

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    5.        
      ARR
      McGill, C 1

      CRN: 50458
      Section: 305
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Research projects to be arranged with individual faculty members who will direct the study of research.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair permission.

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    6.        
      ARR
      Maselko, J 0

      CRN: 52921
      Section: 306
      Date Range: 05/18-08/01

      Research projects to be arranged with individual faculty members who will direct the study of research.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair permission.

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    Research projects to be arranged with individual faculty members who will direct the study of research.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and department chair permission.

* - Course meets a GER requirement

 
 

Summer 2015 Hybrid Classes

The following courses are hybrid offerings (flipped courses):

  • CRN: 50444, CHEM A105 - 301 will meet face-to-face in BMH 228 on Wednesdays from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • CRN: 50447, CHEM A106 - 301 will meet face-to-face in BMH 228 on Wednesdays from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The instructor for these courses will explain how the online portion of these courses work during the first class meeting(s).