Physical Science for Teachers (CHEM 1060)

An introduction to physical science for education majors planning to teach science at the middle school level. Limited to candidates for B.S. in Education degrees.

Physical Science for Teachers (CHEM 1060L)

An introduction to physical science for education majors planning to teach science at the middle school level. Limited to candidates for B.S. in Education degrees.

Elementary Chemistry (CHEM 1110)

A one-semester, non-mathematical study of chemical principles with an emphasis on environmental issues.

Elementary Chemistry Laboratory (CHEM 1110L)

Laboratory experiments performed to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Elementary Chemistry.

Basics of Chemistry (CHEM 1210)

A broad and general examination of chemical principles involving matter, chemical and physical properties, stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Freshman Chemistry I (CHEM 1211)

The chemical principles involved in stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Freshman Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 1211L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Freshman Chemistry I.

Freshman Chemistry II (CHEM 1212)

Second semester of an in-depth study of the chemical principles involved in stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Freshman Chemistry Laboratory II (CHEM 1212L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Freshman Chemistry II.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry I (CHEM 1311H)

The chemical principles involved in stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 1311L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Advanced Freshman Chemistry I.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry II (CHEM 1312H)

Second semester of a rigorous in-depth study of the chemical principles involved in stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry Laboratory II (CHEM 1312L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Advanced Modern Chemistry II.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry I (CHEM 1411)

First semester of a rigorous in-depth study of the chemical principles involved in stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 1411L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Advanced Modern Chemistry I.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry II (CHEM 1412)

Second semester of a rigorous in-depth study of the chemical principles involved in stoichiometry, structure, bonding, and reactivity.

Advanced Freshman Chemistry Laboratory II (CHEM 1412L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Advanced Modern Chemistry II.

Organic Chemistry (CHEM 2100)

A brief one-semester introduction to organic chemistry, covering elementary aspects of nomenclature, structures, and common reactions of organic compounds.

Elementary Organic Chemistry Laboratory (CHEM 2100L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Elementary Organic Chemistry.

Modern Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 2211)

First semester of a two-semester sequence of organic chemistry for students majoring in sciences and for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmaceutical, and pre-veterinarial students.

Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 2211L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Modern Organic Chemistry I.

Modern Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 2212)

Second semester of a two-semester sequence of organic chemistry for students majoring in sciences and for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmaceutical, and pre-veterinarial students.

Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (CHEM 2212L)

Students will perform experiments to illustrate the reactions, principles, and techniques presented in Modern Organic Chemistry II.

Quantitative Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 2300)

Quantitative analysis using statistical evaluation of data, gravimetric, volumetric, and selected instrumental methods, including spectrophotometry and separations.

Quantitative Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (CHEM 2300L)

Selected quantitative analytical chemical topics, including gravimetric and volumetric methods, potentiometry, spectrophotometry, and separations.

Advanced Organic Chemistry I (Honors) (CHEM 2311H)

First semester of a two-semester sequence of organic chemistry for honors students covering advanced aspects of nomenclature, structures, and reactions of organic compounds.

Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 2311L)

First semester of a two-semester laboratory sequence of organic chemistry for honors students to accompany Advanced Organic Chemistry I (Honors).

Advanced Organic Chemistry II (Honors) (CHEM 2312H)

Second semester of a two-semester sequence of organic chemistry for honors students covering advanced aspects of nomenclature, structures, and reactions of organic compounds.

Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (CHEM 2312L)

Second semester of a two-semester laboratory sequence of organic chemistry for honors students to accompany Advanced Organic Chemistry II (Honors).

Advanced Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 2411)

First semester of a two-semester sequence of organic chemistry for chemistry majors covering advanced aspects of nomenclature, structures, and reactions of organic compounds.

Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 2411L)

First semester of a two-semester laboratory sequence of organic chemistry for chemistry majors to accompany Advanced Organic Chemistry I.

Advanced Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 2412)

Second semester of a two-semester sequence of organic chemistry for chemistry majors covering advanced aspects of nomenclature, structures, and reactions of organic compounds.

Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (CHEM 2412L)

Second semester of a two-semester laboratory sequence of organic chemistry for chemistry majors to accompany Advanced Organic Chemistry II.

Introduction to Research I (CHEM 2600)

Students will pursue directed research with a chosen faculty member, and will prepare a written report of their research progress for credit.

Non-Traditional Format: Students are expected to spend four hours per week in the research laboratory for each hour of credit.

Introductory Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (CHEM 3100)

The structure and function of biological molecules, enzymology, metabolism and bioenergetics, and recombinant DNA technology.

Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry (CHEM 3110)

A one-semester course which covers the basic concepts and techniques of physical chemistry. This course is designed for non-professional chemistry majors.

Modern Physical Chemistry I (CHEM 3211)

The first semester of a two-semester sequence covering basic concepts and techniques of physical chemistry. The level of coverage is designed for chemistry majors.

Modern Physical Chemistry II (CHEM 3212)

The second semester of a two-semester sequence covering basic concepts and techniques of physical chemistry. The level of coverage is designed for chemistry majors.

Modern Instrumental Methods of Analysis (CHEM 3300)

Advanced topics in analytical chemistry. Fundamental principles of quantitative instrumental methods of analysis, including elementary aspects of instrumentation and signal processing; absorption, emission and scattering methods of optical spectrometry; mass spectrometry; electrochemistry; and separations.

Modern Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 3400)

Modern inorganic chemistry, including structure and bonding in solids, advanced concepts in periodicity, descriptive inorganic, organometallic, and bioinorganic chemistry.

Experimental Methods Laboratory I (CHEM 3511)

An integrated laboratory incorporating elements of instrumental analysis, physical chemistry, and inorganic chemistry. Primary emphasis will be on fundamental aspects of each of the above disciplines.

Experimental Methods Laboratory I (CHEM 3511L)

An integrated laboratory incorporating elements of instrumental analysis, physical chemistry, and inorganic chemistry. Primary emphasis will be on fundamental aspects of each of the above disciplines.

Experimental Methods Laboratory II (CHEM 3512)

Inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, and instrumental analysis. Synthesis and modern physical and chemical methods of characterization.

Experimental Methods Laboratory II (CHEM 3512L)

Inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, and instrumental analysis. Synthesis and modern physical and chemical methods of characterization.

Introduction to Research II (CHEM 3600)

Students will pursue directed research with a chosen faculty member, and will prepare a written report of their research progress for credit.

Non-Traditional Format: Students will spend four hours per week in the research laboratory for each hour of credit.

Chemistry Research Group Meeting (CHEM 4000)

Weekly meetings with professors and their graduate and undergraduate students participating in laboratory research. The format is mixed lecture, discussion, and presentations by the students. The emphasis is on chemical theory related to the research, previous literature in the area, evaluation, and discussion of data and ideas for future experiments.

Special Topics in Organic Chemistry (CHEM 4100)

Advanced concepts in organic chemistry will be presented, the detailed content varying from year to year.

Physical Biochemistry (CHEM 4110)

The principles of physical chemistry applied to biological molecules and systems, including current approaches in structural biology.

Advanced Organic Chemistry III (CHEM 4113)

Builds on fundamental principles established in the first two semesters of organic chemistry. Topics include polymers and polymerization, catalysis, organometallic coupling reactions, pericyclic reactions, and the organic chemistry of carbohydrates, amino acids/peptides/proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids/DNA/RNA.

Chemistry of Drug Design and Drug Action (CHEM 4120)

The rational basis for drug design, discovery, and development, as well as the chemical and physical basis for drug action will be discussed. Topics will include structure-activity relationships, organic synthesis, organic mechanisms, mechanisms of action, metabolism, toxicity, computer-assisted drug design, case studies, history, and other fundamental topics.

Special Topics in Physical Chemistry (CHEM 4190)

Advanced concepts in physical chemistry will be presented, the detailed content varying from year to year.

Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 4300)

Advanced concepts in analytical chemistry will be presented, the detailed content varying from year to year.

Special Topics in Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 4400)

Advanced concepts in inorganic chemistry will be presented, the detailed content varying from year to year.

Scientific Information Acquisition and Dissemination (CHEM 4500)

Modern information technology and its uses in accessing the chemical scientific literature. Computer- and web-based databases and search engines will be demonstrated. Students will receive hands-on training in presentation skills. The final project involves a written report, oral presentation, and web-page development.

Independent Research (CHEM 4600)

Students will pursue directed research with a chosen faculty member, and will prepare a written report of their research progress for credit.

Non-Traditional Format: Students will spend four hours in the research laboratory for each hour of credit.

Directed Reading and/or Projects (CHEM 4960H)

This course affords Honors students of senior division standing the opportunity to engage in individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.

Directed Reading and/or Projects (CHEM 4970H)

This course affords Honors students of senior division standing the opportunity to engage in individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.

Directed Reading and/or Projects (CHEM 4980H)

This course affords Honors students of senior division standing the opportunity to engage in individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.

Honors Thesis (CHEM 4990H)

Honors Thesis

Freshman Seminar (FRES 1010)

Seminar for first-year students with faculty members in topics of interest pertinent to research, academic life, and higher education at the University of Georgia.

Freshman Seminar (FRES 1020)

Seminar for first-year students with faculty members in topics of interest pertinent to research, academic life, and higher education at the University of Georgia.

Honors Science (HONS 2070H)

Concepts of physics, chemistry, geology, and biology in an integrated fashion. The evolution of the universe from the primordial state to the present time, and considers human interaction with the environment.