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CHEM 1407. Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry. 4 Hours. [TCCN: CHEM 1407]

An orientation in organic chemistry is given in the first part of the course to allow treatment of the chemistry of nutrition and other biochemical aspects given in the last part. Two-hour laboratory. This course is for non-science majors. Course Equivalents: CHEM 1307
Prerequisite: CHEM 1406, CHEM 1411, or completion of a high school chemistry course.

Bachelor of Science, Major in Chemistry: Biochemistry and Medicine Concentration
1 MATH 1420 requirement for Core Curriculum Component Area II (Mathematics) as well as one hour of Component Area IX (Component Area Option). 2 CHEM 1411 and CHEM 1412  satisfy the Core Curriculum requirements for Component Area III (Life and Physical Science) and the Degree Specific requirement. 3 2 hours, more if non-advanced prescribed electives are selected. 4 The following minors cannot be paired with this degree program: Minor in Chemistry. 5 A minor generally requires six semesters of coursework, a minimum of 18 credits (six advanced) in approved field. Students should use elective and minor hours to satisfy the 42 advanced hour requirement. Advanced hours are 3000 and 4000-level courses. A minor in Biology, as a common example, requires 7 additional hours beyond BIOL 1406 , BIOL 1407 , CHEM 1411 , CHEM 1412 , and BIOL 3450  (which can be selected as prescribed elective).