Semester Hours:1Fall, Spring
The interdisciplinary science seminars are a series of problem-solving workshops designed to reinforce students’ knowledge of basic science content and deepen their understanding of science by challenging them to solve problems that require the ability to apply major concepts in the natural sciences. These seminars will help students develop the problem-solving and analytical skills critical to successful careers in the sciences and medicine. There are four seminars in the series each concentrating on a single field. This seminar concentrates on concepts from organic chemistry.
Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: CHEM 003A, 003B, 004A, 004B, 135; cumulative and science GPA of 3.0 or higher or permission of instructor. Pass/Fail grade only. (Formerly Interdisciplinary Science Seminar III.)