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NOTE: This data is offered for your convenience only. The schedule data is updated regularly and may not reflect recent changes to the Schedule of Classes. For full, up-to-date course information please contact the Registrar's office.

Fall 2018

100 Level

101 - Chemistry in Our Community

Introduction for non-science majors to the basic chemistry required to understand scientific topics affecting our community, such as global warming, acid rain, nuclear power, plastics, drugs, and genetic engineering. {Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1345
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 230
Julia Fulghum

111 - Elem of General Chemistry

One-semester course in general chemistry, especially for non-science majors in the health sciences except premedicine and medical technology. Three lectures, 3 hours demo lab/recitation. Credit not allowed for both 111 and (121 and 123L). Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1114). Prerequisite: MATH 103 or MATH 121 or MATH 150 or MATH 162 or MATH 163 or MATH 180 or MATH 181 or MATH 264 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540. {Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture4M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Education - 103

T
1100 - 1215
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 330
Alisha Ray
003Lecture4M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Education - 103

T
1400 - 1515
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 330
Alisha Ray
002Lecture4M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Education - 103

R
1100 - 1215
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 330
Alisha Ray

120 - Foundations of Chemistry

This course is available to students initially enrolled in CHEM 121 who find themselves unprepared. Designed for science majors, it provides foundational chemical concepts and prepares students to return and succeed in CHEM 121. {Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Bandelier Hall East - 105
Alisha Ray
003Lecture3M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Bandelier Hall East - 105
Alisha Ray
005Lecture3M, W, F
1200 - 1250
Science Math Learning Center - 120
Alisha Ray
006Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Dane Smith Hall - 229
Alisha Ray

121 - General Chemistry I

Introduction to the chemical and physical behavior of matter. Credit not allowed for both 121 and 131. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1214). Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 123 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 163 or MATH 180 or MATH 181 or MATH 264 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590. Pre- or corequisite: 123L. {Summer, Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Woodward Lecture Hall - 101
Mary Martucci
003Lecture3M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 330
Sushilla Knottenbelt
005Lecture3M, W, F
1200 - 1250
Mitchell Hall - 101
Ezra Depperman
006Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Dane Smith Hall - 125
Shaorong Yang
007Lecture3M, W, F
0800 - 0850
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 300
Diana Habel-Rodriguez
610Lecture3M, W, F
1200 - 1250
Mitchell Hall - 101
Ezra Depperman

122 - General Chemistry II

Continuation of CHEM 121. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1224). Prerequisite: ((121 and 123L) or (131 and 123L)) and (MATH 121 or MATH 123 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 163 or MATH 180 or MATH 181 or MATH 264 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590). Pre- or corequisite: 124L. {Summer, Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Science Math Learning Center - 102
Brian Bartlett
003Lecture3M, W, F
0900 - 0950
Collaborative Teaching & Learn - 300
Diana Habel-Rodriguez
004Lecture3T, R
1730 - 1845
Mitchell Hall - 122
Mary Martucci

131 - Principles of Chemistry

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Centennial Engineering Center - 1028
Hua Guo

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300 Level

301 - Organic Chemistry

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Dane Smith Hall - 125
005Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Dane Smith Hall - 224
Lisa Whalen
006Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Mitchell Hall - 122
Ezra Depperman
007Lecture3M, W, F
0900 - 0950
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 101
Lisa Whalen
009Lecture3T, R
1730 - 1845
Science Math Learning Center - 102
Ezra Depperman

302 - Organic Chemistry

Continuation of **301. Prerequisite: **301. {Summer, Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W, F
1100 - 1150
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 101
Donald Bellew
003Lecture3T, R
1700 - 1815
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 101
Lorraine Deck
002Lecture3M, W, F
1000 - 1050
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 101
Donald Bellew

311 - Physical Chemistry

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M
1500 - 1550
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 101

M, W, F
1400 - 1450
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 101
John Grey

315 - Intro Physical Chem

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture4M
1400 - 1450
Castetter Hall (Biology) - 55

M, W, F
1300 - 1350
Castetter Hall (Biology) - 55
David Keller

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400 Level

425 - Organic Chem of Bio Pathways

Covers basic principles of mechanisms, acidity, stereochemistry; structures; properties of biomolecules; reactions in lipid, carbohydrate, amino acid, nucleotide metabolic pathways. Three hours lecture. Prerequisite: **302. {Fall, Spring}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W, F
0900 - 0950
Dane Smith Hall - 229
Mark Walker

431 - Adv Inorganic Chem

Atomic theory and molecular structure, the fundamentals of symmetry, point groups, bonding concepts, acid-based chemistry, periodic trends, and reaction chemistry of both transition metals and non-metals. Prerequisite: **311 or **315. {Fall}.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1100 - 1215
Castetter Hall (Biology) - 51
Martin Kirk

469 - Charac Methods Nanostructures

(Also offered as CBE, NSMS 412/512) Nanostructure characterization methods. Examine principles underlying techniques and limitations, and how to interpret data from each method: electron beam, scanning probe, x-ray, neutron scattering, optical and near field optical. Lab demonstrations and projects provide experience. {Fall}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M
1500 - 1730
Woodward Lecture Hall - 147
Abhaya Datye

471 - Adv T: Chemistry

Current topics requiring a background in physical chemistry such as spectroscopy, reaction mechanisms, advanced synthesis, polymer chemistry and materials chemistry. {Offered upon demand}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
009Topics3T, R
1200 - 1315
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 214A
Ramesh Giri
002Topics3W
1600 - 1830
Mitchell Hall - 211
Yang Qin

495 - Undergrad Problems

{Offered upon demand}

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Independent Study1 TO 3Plamen Atanassov
002Independent Study1 TO 3Stephen Cabaniss
003Independent Study1 TO 3
004Independent Study1 TO 3Philip Watje
005Independent Study1 TO 3Jeremy Edwards
006Independent Study1 TO 3Ramesh Giri
007Independent Study1 TO 3John Grey
008Independent Study1 TO 3Hua Guo
009Independent Study1 TO 3Terefe Habteyes
010Independent Study1 TO 3Kuang-Chiu Ho
011Independent Study1 TO 3David Keller
014Independent Study1 TO 3Martin Kirk
015Independent Study1 TO 3Mark Walker
016Independent Study1 TO 3Yang Qin
017Independent Study1 TO 3Jeffrey Rack
018Independent Study1 TO 3

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