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Which 100 level course should I take?

All of the courses have a lab component and satisfy an Explore: Nature (Natural Science general education) requirement.

course numbernameprerequisiteprimary audience
Chem 101 General,Organic & Biochemistry I Math 103 Nursing, Radiologic science majors;
ok for Biology liberal arts or healthcare business, Kinesiology, Elementary Education (science emphasis)
Chem 102 General, Organic & Biochemistry II "C" in Chem 101 or Chem 105 Nursing, Radiologic science majors; ok for Biology liberal arts or healthcare business, Kinesiology
Quest II
Chem 103
Intro to Environmental Chemistry none Elementary Education; all majors other than science or Nursing
Quest II
Chem 104
Intro to Chemistry of Materials none Art, History; all majors other than science or nursing
Chem 105 General Chemistry I Math 104 co-requisite majors in Biology, Chemistry, Geology, 
Medical technology, Microbiology;
Secondary education Science majors;
pre-Chiropracty, Dental, Engineering, Medical,  Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical therapy, Veterinary school
Chem 106 General Chemistry II "C" in Chem 105, Math 104 majors in Biology, Chemistry, Geology, 
Medical technology, Microbiology;
Secondary education Science majors;
pre-Chiropracty, Dental, Engineering, Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical therapy, Veterinary school

The Department of Chemistry Academic Department Associate, Peggy Adamski, can assist students with registration for chemistry courses.
See her in the Department Office, Halsey Science 432, or contact her at 424-1400 or adamski@uwosh.edu

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