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Articulation of General Chemistry from Oregon Universities and Colleges to OSU

This page indicates which general chemistry courses from other Oregon Schools are considered equivalent or a substitute for OSU general chemistry courses. These are the only courses from the specific school that can serve as a prerequisite for OSU organic chemistry and can fulfill the general chemistry requirements for OSU majors or for the OSU chemistry minor. 

Many transfer chemistry courses articulate to OSU with OSU course numbers and no additional action is required if the courses have been processed by OSU admission and entered into the electronic data base. For courses highlighted in red below, the course or courses did not articulate to specific OSU number courses (rather as CH LDT) before Spring 2011.  In this case, the student must request an override through the chemistry office. See the link below.

Chemistry Overrides

A chemistry sequence that fulfills the requirement of CH 221 - 223 also fulfills the requirement of CH 121 - 123. 

Oregon Community Colleges

Community College

Articulation of CH 121 - 123
 to OSU as CH 121 - 123

Articulation of CH 221 - 223
 to OSU as CH 221 - 223

Blue Mountain

 

Y

Central Oregon

 

Y

Chemeketa

CH 121 - 123

Y

Clackamas

 

Y

Clatsop

 

Y

Klamath

 

 

Lane

 

Y

Linn Benton

CH 121 - 123

Y

Mount Hood

 

Y

Portland

 

Y

Rogue

 

Y

SW Oregon

 

Y

Treasure Valley

LDT CH + CH 122 - 123

Y

Umpqua

 

Y

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State Universities In Oregon

For CH 221 - 223 series

University

Equivalent to OSU CH 221 or CH 231 + 261

OSU Articulation

Equivalent to OSU CH 222 or CH 232 + 262

OSU Articulation

Equivalent to OSU CH 223 or CH 233+ 263

OSU Articulation
Eastern Oregon University

CH 204

CH 221 CH 205 CH  222 CH 206 CH 223
Oregon Institute of Technology CH 221  CH 221  CH  222 CH  222 CH 223  CH 223
Portland State University

CH 221 + CH 227 for lab

CH 231 + 261

CH 222 + CH 228 for lab

CH 232 + 262

CH 223 + CH 229 for lab

CH 233 + 263
Southern Oregon University

CH 201 + CH 227 for lab

CH 231 + 261

CH 222 + CH 222 for lab

CH 232 + 262

CH 223 + CH 229 for lab

CH 233 + 263

University of Oregon

CH 221 + CH 227 for lab

CH 231 + 261

CH 222 + CH 222 for lab

CH 232 + 262

CH 223 + CH 229 for lab

CH 233 + 263
Western Oregon University

CH 204

CH 221 CH 205 CH  222 CH 206 CH 223

For Other Series

University

Articulation of CH 201, 202, 205
 to OSU  as OSU 201, 202, 205

Articulation of Honors chemistry
 to OSU as CH 224 - 226
c

Oregon Institute of Technology

CH 201 - 202 for lecture
CH 205 for lab

Not offered

University of Oregon

Not offered

CH 224H - 226H for lecture &
CH 237 - 239 for labs
Requires manual override

Any other chemistry courses from these schools, but not shown in this table, do not serve as acceptable general chemistry courses for programs at OSU.

More detailed information about chemistry articulation from Oregon Universities

 

Oregon Private Colleges and Universities

University

Equivalent to OSU CH 221

OSU Articulation

Equivalent to OSU CH 223

OSU Articulation

Corban College

CH 214 + CH 214L for lab

CH 231 + 261

CH 224 + CH 244L for lab

CH 233 + 263

George Fox University

CH 211 CH 221 CH 212  CH 223 
Lewis and Clark College
CHEM 110
CH 221 CHEM 120 CH 223
Linfield College CHEM 210 CH 221 CHEM 211 CH 223
Pacific University CHEM 220 CH 221 CHEM 229 CH 223
Reed College CHEM 101 CH 221 CHEM 102 CH 223
University of Portland

CH 207 + CH 277 for lab

CH 231 + 261

CH 208 + CH 278 (or 279) for lab

CH 233 + 263

Willamette University CHEM 115 CH 221 CHEM 116 CH 223

 

All private schools are based on semesters and both semesters must be completed to fulfill the OSU general chemistry requirement.

Courses in red articulated as CH LDT before Spring 2011 and an overide must be requested from the chemistry office to take subsequent CH courses.

If only the first semester is taken, the first course is prerequisite for OSU CH 222 (NOT CH 223).

Completion of both semesters in the sequence is considered equivalent to completion of three quarters at OSU or one year of general chemistry.

When the total equivalent quarter credits of a lecture/lab course exceed 5 cr or of a separate lecture exceed 4 cr, the remainder of the credits articulate as CH LDT.

Any other chemistry courses from these schools, but not shown in this table, do not serve as acceptable general chemistry courses at OSU for programs at OSU.

More detailed information about articulation from Oregon Private Colleges or Universities