*Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are not counted toward the requirement of no fewer than 15 credits in advanced courses for majors in this department for the B.A. degree or 24 credits for the B.S. degree.
žIndependent work means not less than three additional hours each week per credit of conference, research, independent reading, and writing as assigned by the instructor. The student's grade is determined in part by the successful completion of this independent work.
Students with superior records and the recommendation of a department faculty member may apply to the chairperson for permission to register for honors courses (Chemistry 5110 through 5320). Students may not register for more than six credits in honors courses in the department in one term.
Brooklyn College recognizes the importance of reproductive hazard awareness and protection. During laboratory exercises students may be exposed to chemical reagents that may present specific risks to reproductive health, especially to students who are pregnant. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you do not take the following courses if you are pregnant: Chemistry 1201, 2100, 2201, 2500, 3410, 3415W, 3510, 3512, 3520, 3522, 4620, and 4760. If you become pregnant during the semester, please consult your instructor.
In 2010, the college transitioned to a new course numbering system in preparation for the migration to the CUNYfirst platform.
Old course numbers - if available - are provided in the parenthesis after the "/" symbol.
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