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Skidmore College
Department of Chemistry

Courses for Academic Year 20222023

If you're interested in majoring in chemistry, please compare these courses offered with the recommended sequence of courses for a chemistry major to take each semester to satisfy all requirements of the chemistry major (with or without the biochemistry concentration) in a timely fashion.


Fall 2022

CH 115 Fundamentals of Chemistry with Lab

CH 125 Principles of Chemistry

CH 221 Organic Chemistry I

CH 222 Organic Chemistry II

CH 314 Inorganic Chemistry with Lab

CH 332 Physical Chemistry I with Lab or CH330 Physical Chemistry I without Lab

CH 341 Biochemistry: Macromolecular Structure and Function with Lab

CH 342 Biochemistry: Intermediary Metabolism

CH 377 Senior Seminar In Chemistry and Biochemistry

Research courses by special permission of instructors: CH 171 Introduction to Chemical Research, CH 271 Intermediate Chemical Research, and CH 371 Capstone in Chemistry

Professional Internship in Chemistry courses by faculty sponsorship and departmental approval: CH 299 and CH 399


Spring 2023

CH 126 Principles of Chemistry

CH 126 has the same course description as CH 125.   CH 126 is only offered in the Spring semester and has a prerequisite of CH 115.

CH 221 Organic Chemistry I

CH 222 Organic Chemistry II

CH 232 Analytical Methods in Chemistry

CH 333 Physical Chemistry II with Lab

CH 341 Biochemistry: Macromolecular Structure and Function with Lab

CH 342 Biochemistry: Intermediary Metabolism

CH 343 Experimental Biochemistry Laboratory 

CH 351C Special Topics In Chemistry  
Atmospheric Chemistry - Instructor: Juan Navea

CH 351C Special Topics In Chemistry  
Food Chemistry - Instructor: Jessada Mahatthananchai,

CH 378 Senior Seminar In Chemistry and Biochemistry

Research courses by special permission of instructors: CH 171 Introduction to Chemical Research, CH 271 Intermediate Chemical Research, and CH 371 Capstone in Chemistry

Professional Internship in Chemistry courses by faculty sponsorship and departmental approval: CH 299 and CH 399