-Follow this link to see what some of our Chemistry Graduates are doing with their degree in Chemistry.
-You can still be a Chemistry Major and be on any of the three tracks offered. During your Junior year, sometime while you are taking Organic Chemistry II (Chem. 352), you can apply for a track adjustment to pick up any advanced classes that are only offered during the Winter semester. The Satellite Academic Advising Center can help with this. The office is located in Austin 106B. Your two contact people in that office are Karla Groom or Michael Cornick. You can also visit their website at Academic Discovery Center
-You must have one of the Math prerequisites either taken before or concurrently in order to register for a Chemistry course.
-you must register for one of the Math prerequisites first; before the system will let you register for a Chemistry course.
-During your first semester of every new track year (except incoming freshman) you will need to meet with your Chemistry Faculty Advisor and the Academic Advising Center to go over your Grad Plan. A HOLD will be placed on you being able to register until you have done this. Follow these steps to complete an approved Grad Plan.
The Satellite Academic Advising Center can help with this. The office is located in Austin 106B. Your two contact people in that office are Karla Groom or Michael Cornick. You can also visit their website at Academic Discovery Center
-Your transfer Math prerequisite is not in the system yet; therefore you cannot register for a Chemistry course. Please email the professor of the course you are trying to get into with proof that you have taken the Math perquisite at another university/college along with the grade that you earned (at least a C- or higher is required). If the course and grade is sufficient, then they may authorize you to add the course. If instructor is listed as staff, contact the department secretary.
-AP Math credit is not in system. Contact the Math department. 208-496-7520 The Math department will need the number you received on the AP final (not the grade you got in the class). Then they can tell you what Math course you will receive credit for. If the credit is for one of the Math prerequisites, then that information can then be passed on to the professor of the Chemistry course you are trying to get into and a possible authorization to add the class may be given. If instructor is listed as staff, contact the department secretary.
-What does your Major require?
- You should be fine to take Chem. 105 if you have taken Chemistry before and did well, or if you can do College Algebra or Calculus.
-Chem. 101 is a very broad overview of chemistry. Chem. 105 is more detailed with specific topics. Chem. 101 is not a prerequisite to taking Chem. 105 and will not necessarily prepare you for Chem. 105.
-No. The labs are designed to go with the lectures and must be taken as set up in the system.
-No. We do not offer Labs only. You would have to register for the Lecture also.
-The Satellite Academic Advising Center for our college is located in Austin 106B. They can be contacted at 208.496.9880 or e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your two contact people in that office are Karla Groom or Michael Cornick. You can also visit their website at Academic Discovery Center
-No. You may take the Lecture only (Chem. 150), but the Lab (Chem. 153) must be taken concurrently with the Lecture.