Which 100-Level Course Should I take?

Chem

101

General, Organic & Biochemistry I

Majors: Nursing, medical imaging, elementary education (science emphasis)

Prerequisite: Math 103

Chem

102

General, Organic & Biochemistry II

Majors: Nursing, medical imaging

Prerequisite: “C” in Chem 101 or Chem 105

Chem

103

Quest II: Intro to Environmental Chemistry

Majors: Elementary education, all majors other than science or nursing

Prerequisite: None

Chem

104

Quest II: Intro to Chemistry of Materials

Majors: Art, business, history, elementary education; all majors other than science or nursing

Prerequisite: None

Chem

105

General Chemistry I

Majors: Biology, biomedical science, chemistry, environmental health, geology, kinesiology, medical laboratory science, microbiology; secondary education (science emphasis), nursing, engineering, pre-chiropractic, pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, pre-veterinary

Prerequisite: Math 104 co-requisite
(Must be taken concurrently)

Chem

106

General Chemistry II

Majors: Biology, biomedical science, chemistry, environmental health, geology, kinesiology, medical laboratory science, microbiology; secondary education (science emphasis), nursing, engineering, pre-chiropractic, pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, pre-veterinary

Prerequisite: “C” in Chem 105, Math 104

If you are unsure which introductory chemistry course to enroll in, contact us at chemistry@uwosh.edu.

Location and Hours

Chemistry Department offices and labs are on the 4th floor of Halsey Science Center.

Department assistants for Halsey Science departments can be found in HS 121 or HS 142.

Mailing Address

Department of Chemistry
UW Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

Contact Us

 (920) 424-1400
chemistry@uwosh.edu
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