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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
  • Course description
    20-credit BSc Major in Chemistry

    The BSc Major (20 credit) program is accredited by the Canadian Society of Chemistry. Students who wish to obtain a BSc Major (20 credit) in Chemistry must complete the following classes:

    Departmental Requirements
                

    •     CHEM 1011.03/1012.03 or CHEM 1021.03/1022.03 or DISP (SCIE 15XX)
    •     CHEM 2101.03
    •     CHEM 2201.03
    •     CHEM 2301.03
    •     CHEM 2304.03 or CHEM 2302.03
    •     CHEM 2401.03
    •     CHEM 2402.03
    •     CHEM 3103.03
    •     CHEM 3203.03 or CHEM 3201.03
    •     CHEM 3601.03
    •     Any TWO of the following:
        •     CHEM 3202.03
        •     CHEM 3401.03
        •     CHEM 3402.03
        •     CHEM 4801.03
        •     CHEM 4802.03
        •     CHEM 4901X.03
        •     CHEM 4901Y.03

    NOTE: CHEM 4901X and CHEM 4901Y must be taken together and cannot be taken in conjunction with CHEM 4801.03 or 4802.03

    Plus 4 additional CHEM classes beyond 1000 level, only one of which can be 2000 level.

    In addition to the chemistry requirements students in this program must also take:
                
    •     MATH 1000.03 and MATH 1010.03
    •     PHYC 1100.06 or PHYC 1300.06
    •     One additional credit in mathematics at the 2000 level or higher.

    • CHEM 1000X/Y.06: The Chemical World.
    • CHEM 1011.03: Concepts in Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity.
    • CHEM 1012.03: Concepts in Chemistry: Energy and Equilibrium.
    • CHEM 1021.03: Engineering Chemistry I.
    • CHEM 1022.03: Engineering Chemistry II.
    • CHEM 1410.03: Introductory Chemistry Related to Human Health.
    • CHEM 2101.03: Introductory Inorganic Chemistry.
    • CHEM 2201.03: Introductory Analytical Chemistry.
    • CHEM 2301.03: Introduction to Physical Chemistry I.
    • CHEM 2303.03: Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences.
    • CHEM 2304.03: Introductory Physical Chemistry II.
    • CHEM 2401.03: Introductory Organic Chemistry: Structure, Concepts of Mechanisms and Spectroscopy.
    • CHEM 2402.03: Introductory Organic Chemistry: Reactivity of Functional Groups.
    • CHEM 2441.03: Foundations of Organic and Biological Chemistry.
    • CHEM 2442.03: Organic Chemistry for Pharmacy Students.
    • CHEM 2505.03: Environmental Chemistry I.
    • CHEM 3103.03: Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry.
    • CHEM 3201.03: Analytical Mass Spectrometry and Separations.
    • CHEM 3202.03: Instrumental Methods of Analysis.
    • CHEM 3203.03: Advanced Analytical Laboratory.
    • CHEM 3301.03: Quantum Mechanics and Chemical Bonding.
    • CHEM 3303.03: Materials Science.
    • CHEM 3304.03: Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy and Statistical Thermodynamics.
    • CHEM 3401.03: Intermediate Organic Chemistry.
    • CHEM 3402.03: Identification of Organic Compounds.
    • CHEM 3601.03: Chemistry of Living Systems.
    • CHEM 3880.00: Intermediate Chemistry Seminar.
    • CHEM 4101.03: Advanced Main Group Chemistry.
    • CHEM 4102.03: Advanced Transition Metal Chemistry.
    • CHEM 4120.03: Advanced Organometallic Chemistry.
    • CHEM 4201.03: Advanced Topics in Separations.
    • CHEM 4203.03: Environmental Chemistry II.
    • CHEM 4205.03: Chemometrics.
    • CHEM 4206.03: Analytical Mass Spectrometry.
    • CHEM 4301.03: Theory of Chemical Bonding.
    • CHEM 4304.03: Kinetics and Catalysis.
    • CHEM 4306.03: Magnetic Resonance.
    • CHEM 4311.03: Fundamental and Applied Electrochemistry.
    • CHEM 4401.03: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry.
    • CHEM 4402.03: Organic Structure Determination.
    • CHEM 4502.03: Polymer Science.
    • CHEM 4504.03: Diffraction Techniques in Solid State Chemistry.
    • CHEM 4595.03: Atmospheric Chemistry.
    • CHEM 4601.03: Principles of Biomolecular and Drug Molecule Design.
    • CHEM 4602.03: Biophysical Characterization of Macromolecules.
    • CHEM 4801.03: Research Project in Chemistry I.
    • CHEM 4802.03: Research Project in Chemistry II.
    • CHEM 4880.00: Advanced Chemistry Seminar.
    • CHEM 4901X/Y.06: Honours and Major Research Project.

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