Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes! During the first week of classes, students “check-in” to their labs and are assigned a locker and equipment. Failure to confirm registration by attending the first meeting of lab (and lecture) may result in loss of the reserved space. The labs also meet during the last week of classes for “check-out.”
For this question, refer to the syllabus of your specific course, or contact your instructor. Policies vary from class to class.
Complete the Transfer Credit Re-Evaluation Appeal form , assemble all necessary documentation (form, course description and detailed syllabus from previous college or university), deliver the packet of information to the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. The packet of information will be evaluated by the Associate Chairman and the decision sent to the Office of Admissions. You will be notified if your request is denied.
Yes. CHEM 211 and CHEM 213 are co-requisites. CHEM 212 and CHEM 214 are co-requisites.
These dates change from semester to semester so it is best to consult the Academic Calendar.
The Office of the Dean of the College of Science is in Suite 3200 Exploratory Hall.
The College of Science Academic Affairs Office is in Suite 1450 Exploratory Hall.
Yes, with the permission of the Department Chairman. However the deadline for a change in status is the same as the deadline for dropping a course. (See the Academic Calendar in the current Schedule of Classes.)
Up to six hours of graduate credit at the 500 level may be taken by undergraduates, with the permission of the department.
If you earn a grade less than a C in the lab portion you must repeat the lab portion. If you took Gen Chem prior to Summer 2016 and did not pass you must repeat the lecture and lab portion–no exceptions.