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  • Objectives
    Chemistry is all around us. Often called the central science, chemistry examines the processes that produce our food, clothes, medicines, and hundreds of materials we use every day. The Department of Chemistry at Carleton University combines expertise in all the main areas of chemistry, including biochemistry and environmental chemistry. If you are considering studies in Chemistry — consider Carleton.
  • Practical experience
    At Carleton, we believe you should gain real research experience as soon as possible. That is why, in addition to your regular course work, we provide you with a number of valuable hands-on opportunities to assist faculty members with research and teaching. Summer research scholarships are available after each undergraduate year and, faculty members regularly hire undergraduate students as summer research assistants. As a senior undergraduate student, you may also obtain a paid position as a laboratory demonstrator and marker to assist faculty, technical staff, and graduate students in the operation of first- and second-year labs.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Combined Honours) in Chemistry and Computer Science
  • Course description
    Chemistry and Computer Science
    B.Sc. Combined Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (13.0 credits):

       1. 5.5 credits in CHEM 1000 [1.0], CHEM 2103, CHEM 2203, CHEM 2206, CHEM 2501, CHEM 3101, CHEM 3102, CHEM 3106, CHEM 3503, and CHEM 4406;
       2. 1.0 credit in BIOC 3101 and (BIOC 3102 or BIOC 3008);
       3. 5.0 credits in COMP 1002, COMP 1005, COMP 1006; COMP 2002, COMP 2003, COMP 2004, COMP 3000, COMP 3004, COMP 3804, and COMP 3806;
       4. 0.5 credit in COMP at the 4000-level;
       5. 1.0 credit from:
             1. CHEM 4908 [1.0]

                or
             2. COMP 4905 and 0.5 credit in COMP at the 4000-level;

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       6. 2.5 credits in MATH 1007, MATH 1107, MATH 2007, MATH 2008, and MATH 2107;
       7. 1.0 credit in BIOL 1003 and BIOL 2200;
       8. 0.5 credit from PHYS 1003 or PHYS 1007;
       9. 0.5 credit in NSCI 1000 or Approved Arts or Social Sciences;
      10. 1.5 credits in Approved Arts or Social Sciences.

    • CHEM 0100 - Introductory Chemistry
    • CHEM 1000 - General Chemistry
    • CHEM 1003 - The Chemistry of Food, Health and Drugs
    • CHEM 1007 - Chemistry of Art and Artifacts
    • CHEM 1101 - Chemistry for Engineering Students
    • CHEM 2103 - Physical Chemistry I
    • CHEM 2203 - Organic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 2204 - Organic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 2206 - Organic Chemistry IV
    • CHEM 2207 - Introduction to Organic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 2208 - Introduction to Organic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 2302 - Analytical Chemistry
    • CHEM 2303 - Analytical Chemistry
    • CHEM 2501 - Introduction to Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry
    • CHEM 2800 - Foundations for Environmental Chemistry
    • CHEM 2909 - Co-operative Work Term Report 1
    • CHEM 3100 - Physical Chemistry II
    • CHEM 3101 - Quantum Chemistry
    • CHEM 3102 - Methods of Computational Chemistry
    • CHEM 3106 - Computational Chemistry Methods Laboratory
    • CHEM 3107 - Experimental Methods in Nanoscience
    • CHEM 3201 - Advanced Organic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 3202 - Advanced Organic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 3205 - Experimental Organic Chemistry
    • CHEM 3305 - Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
    • CHEM 3503 - Inorganic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 3504 - Inorganic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 3507 - General Inorganic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 3508 - General Inorganic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 3600 - Introduction to Nanotechnology
    • CHEM 3700 - Industrial Applications of Chemistry
    • CHEM 3800 - The Chemistry of Environmental Pollutants
    • CHEM 3909 - Co-operative Work Term Report 2
    • CHEM 4100 - Advanced Topics in Physical Chemistry I
    • CHEM 4102 - Advanced Topics in Physical Chemistry II
    • CHEM 4103 - Surface Chemistry and Nanostructures
    • CHEM 4104 - Physical Methods of Nanotechnology
    • CHEM 4201 - Macromolecular nanotechnology
    • CHEM 4202 - Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 4203 - Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 4204 - Organic Polymer Chemistry
    • CHEM 4301 - Advanced Topics in Analytical Chemistry I
    • CHEM 4302 - Advanced Topics in Analytical Chemistry II
    • CHEM 4303 - Scientific Data Processing and Evaluation
    • CHEM 4406 - Pharmaceutical Drug Design
    • CHEM 4407 - Polymer Modeling
    • CHEM 4502 - Radiochemistry
    • CHEM 4503 - Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry I
    • CHEM 4504 - Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry II
    • CHEM 4700 - Special Topics in Chemistry
    • CHEM 4800 - Atmospheric Chemistry
    • CHEM 4908 - Research Project and Seminar
    • CHEM 4909 - Co-operative Work Term Report 3
    • COMP 1001 - Introduction to Computers for the Arts and Social Sciences
    • COMP 1002 - Introduction to Systems Programming
    • COMP 1004 - Introduction to Computers for the Sciences
    • COMP 1005 - Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
    • COMP 1006 - Design and Implementation of Computer Applications
    • COMP 1007 - Introduction to Structured Programming
    • COMP 1402 - Introduction to Systems Programming
    • COMP 1405 - Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
    • COMP 1406 - Design and Implementation of Computer Applications
    • COMP 1501 - Introduction to Computer Game Design
    • COMP 1805 - Discrete Structures
    • COMP 2002 - Abstract Data Types and Algorithms
    • COMP 2003 - Computer Organization
    • COMP 2004 - Programming in C++
    • COMP 2005 - Internet Application Programming
    • COMP 2402 - Abstract Data Types and Algorithms
    • COMP 2404 - Programming in C++
    • COMP 2405 - Internet Application Programming
    • COMP 2501 - Computer Game Design and Development
    • COMP 2805 - Introduction to Theory of Computation
    • COMP 3000 - Operating Systems
    • COMP 3002 - Compiler Construction
    • COMP 3004 - Object-Oriented Software Engineering
    • COMP 3005 - Database Management Systems
    • COMP 3007 - Programming Paradigms
    • COMP 3008 - User Interface Architecture
    • COMP 3104 - Foundations of Software Engineering
    • COMP 3200 - Co-operative Work Term Report 1
    • COMP 3201 - Co-operative Work Term Report 2
    • COMP 3202 - Co-operative Work Term Report 3
    • COMP 3203 - Principles of Computer Networks
    • COMP 3308 - Introduction to Bioinformatics
    • COMP 3501 - Foundations of Game Programming and Computer Graphics
    • COMP 3804 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms I
    • COMP 3805 - Discrete Structures and Applications (Honours)
    • COMP 3806 - Numerical Analysis
    • COMP 3807 - Mathematical Software
    • COMP 4000 - Distributed Operating Systems
    • COMP 4001 - Distributed Computing
    • COMP 4002 - Real-Time 3D Game Engines
    • COMP 4003 - Transaction Processing Systems
    • COMP 4004 - Software Quality Assurance
    • COMP 4009 - Programming for Clusters and Multi-Core Processors
    • COMP 4100 - Multimedia Systems
    • COMP 4101 - Distributed Object Management and Transaction Processing Systems
    • COMP 4104 - Distributed Programming in Java
    • COMP 4106 - Artificial Intelligence
    • COMP 4107 - Evolutionary Computation and Artificial Life
    • COMP 4108 - Computer Systems Security
    • COMP 4109 - Applied Cryptography
    • COMP 4200 - Co-operative Work Term Report 4
    • COMP 4201 - Co-operative Work Term Report 5
    • COMP 4203 - Wireless Networks and Security
    • COMP 4300 - Computational Molecular Biology
    • COMP 4308 - Advanced Bioinformatics
    • COMP 4501 - Advanced Computer Game Design and Development
    • COMP 4803 - Computable Functions
    • COMP 4804 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms II
    • COMP 4805 - Theory of Automata
    • COMP 4806 - Numerical Linear Algebra
    • COMP 4807 - Mobile Robot Programming
    • COMP 4900 - Advanced Topics in Computer Science
    • COMP 4901 - Directed Studies
    • COMP 4905 - Honours Project

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