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Possible Course Sequence for Professional Biochemistry emphasis

Course offerings may change from year to year so these exact models may not be possible. Chem 315 is not offered on a predictable cycle (it may be fall or spring depending on demand). You must meet your Chemistry Department academic adviser each semester to create your personal plan.

There are several possible different routes through the requirements for the major. 
The courses build on each other:
Chemistry 106 is a prerequisite for all higher numbered chemistry courses.
Calculus I is a corequisite for Physics I.
Physics II is a prerequisite for Physical Chemistry I; Modern Analytical Chem and Calculus III are co-requisites.

version A: fall
version A: spring
version B: fall version B: spring
Chem 105 General Chm I
Math 108 Precalculus
Quest I pairing
Chem 106 General Chm II
Math 171 Calculus I
Quest II pairing
Chem 105 General Chm I
Math 171 Calc I
Quest I pairing
Chem 106 General Chm II
Math 172 Calc II
Quest II pairing
Biol 105 Concepts - Unity
Math 172 Calc II
Phys 109 General Phys I
Quest III
Chem 234&5 Organic I
Math 273 Calc III
Phys 110 General Phys II
Connect
Chem 311 Analytical I
Chem 234&5 Organic I
Phys 109 General Phys I
Biol 105 Concepts - Unity
Chem 334&5 Organic II
Phys 110 General Phys II
Quest III
Chem 334&5 Organic II
Chem 311 Analytical I
Chem 370 Physical Chm I
Chem 312 Analytical II
Chem 371 Physical Chem II
Chem 303&4 Biochem
Chem 370 Physical Chm I
Math 273 Calc III
Connect
Chem 315 Adv. Biochem
Chem 371 Physical Chem II
Chem 303&4 Biochem
Chem 470 Adv. Inorganic
Chem 490 Dept Seminar
Biology elective
Chem 315 Adv. Biochem
Chem 490 Dept Seminar
Chem 470 Adv. Inorganic
Chem 490 Dept Seminar
Biology elective
Chem 312 Analytical II
Chem 490 Dept Seminar
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