The Single Course Search tool can be used to display the established articulations from other schools for any particular subject such as chemistry (CH).

Some chemistry courses articulate to OSU as a specific OSU chemistry courses. Other chemistry courses will articulate without an OSU number as denoted by LDT (lower division transfer) or UDT (upper division transfer). These chemistry courses may or may not satisfy the specific chemistry requirements for a major.

A student should contact an academic adviser in the specific department of interest for clarification of the department's general chemistry or organic chemistry requirements. The tables below provide some guidance about how transfer courses can be used to fulfill chemistry requirements at OSU.

Transfer from colleges and schools with semesters to OSU with quarters is more complex. In most cases, a complete year (two semesters) of a general chemistry (or organic chemistry) from another Oregon school will be considered to fulfill the general chemistry (or organic chemistry) requirements (3 quarters) of most programs at OSU. However, this will not be indicated in the articulation tables because two semester courses will articulate as two quarter courses (i.e., one quarter missing). The nature and number of labs is also critical.

Basic chemistry or general chemistry courses or sequences from other schools may not articulate to OSU as CH 121-123, CH 221-223, or CH 231-233 & CH 261-263 because the topics and level of coverage do not match the CH 121-123 (or CH 221-223) sequence at OSU. Some of these courses or sequences are based on a general/organic/biochemistry or GOB textbook rather than a traditional general chemistry textbook which has no coverage of biochemistry and little coverage of organic chemistry. The GOB sequence is often the chemistry sequence intended for pre-nursing majors and is not intended for science majors or students whom plan to enroll in more advanced chemistry courses. Hence, the large differences in topics covered and depth of coverage of many topics makes a traditional general chemistry sequence and a GOB sequence non-equivalent and results in a GOB sequence providing inadequate preparation for organic chemistry at OSU.

Many courses are articulated to OSU as chemistry (CH) credits without being identified with a specific OSU course number. The title of the transferred course is the original title of the course at the transfer school and the number of credits transferred is the same as the original course (after conversion from semester to quarter credits if necessary). Some of these courses may fulfill the OSU baccalaureate core requirement for physical science courses (*PS). In some cases, a course or sequence that does not articulate as specific OSU courses may be considered a valid substitute for an OSU course or sequence.  This information is given in the tables below. If these courses are needed as enforced prerequisites for other chemistry courses, the chemistry office will provide a manual override where appropriate (as indicated in the tables below). The student must contact the chemistry office to request a manual override and provide transcript evidence that the course was taken.

The tables below are unofficial and provided for information and are hopefully correct. The Single Course Search tool should be consulted as the official source.

In many cases, a course may not articulate as a specific OSU course, but the course still will serve as a prerequisite for other chemistry courses. This situation requires that you contact the OSU chemistry department for an override to be able to register for a course.

 


Oregon Private Colleges

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Corban College Pacific University
George Fox University Reed College
Lewis and Clark College University of Portland
Linfield College Willamette University

 


Corbin College

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Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU (revised 6/11)

Corbin Subject Corbin Course Corbin Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
SC 214 General Chemistry I CH 231 General Chemistry 4.5
SC 224 General Chemistry II CH 233 General Chemistry 4.5
SC 214L General Chemistry I Lab CH 261 *PS: General Chemistry Lab 1
SC 224L General Chemistry II Lab CH 263 *PS: General Chemistry Lab 1

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both SC 214 (& 214L) and 224 (& 224L). With only SC 214, students must take CH 122 and 123 or CH 222 & 223 to complete one year of general chemistry. The combination of all four courses does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor; because the sequence is only 12 credits, students may need more UD courses to reach 27 credits.

Before Spring 2001, these courses do not convert to specific OSU courses but still satisfy general chemistry requirements. Overrides from the chemistry office are required for advanced chemistry courses.


Organic Chemistry Courses

Corbin Subject Corbin Course Corbin Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
SC 314 Organic Chemistry I CH 334 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
SC 324 Organic Chemistry II CH 336 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
SC 314L General Chemistry I Lab CH 337 *PS: General Chemistry Lab 1.5
SC 324L General Chemistry II Lab CH 337 *PS: General Chemistry Lab 1.5

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take SC 314 & 324. SC 314, 324, 314L, & 324L will fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337 and for three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor. Chemistry majors should take SC 314 & 324. SC 314, 324, 314L, & 324L to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334-336 and CH 361.

 


George Fox University

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Do not meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU (revised 6/11)

George Fox Subject George Fox Course George Fox Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 100 Chemistry of Life CH LDT Chemistry of Life 4.5
CHEM 110 Chemistry and Our Enivronment CH LDT Chemistry and Our Enivronment 4.5
CHEM 151 General/Organic/Biological Chemistry I CH LDT *PS: General/Organic/Biological Chemistry I 6
CHEM 152 General/Organic/Biological Chemistry II CH 263 *PS: General/Organic/Biological Chemistry II 6

These courses do not convert to specific OSU courses, nor are they allowed to be used as a substitute for general chemistry at OSU.


Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU.

George Fox Subject George Fox Course George Fox Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 211 General Chemistry I CH 231/261 (previously CH 221) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1
CHEM 212 General Chemistry II CH 233/263 (previously CH 223) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261 - 233/263, previously 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHEM 211 and 212. With only CHEM 211, students must take CH 122 & 123 or CH 232/262 - 233/263 (previously CH 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHEM 211 plus 212 does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor.


Organic Chemistry and Other Chemistry Courses

George Fox Subject George Fox Course George Fox Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 275 Field Experience CH LDT Field Experience 0
CHEM 285 Selected Topics CH LDT Selected Topics 0
CHEM 310 Analytical Chemistry CH 324 Quantitative Analysis 4
      CH LDT General Credit 2
CHEM 331 Organic Chemistry CH 334 Organic Chemistry 3
      CH LDT General Credit 3
CHEM 332 Organic Chemistry CH 336 Organic Chemistry 3
      CH LDT General Credit 3
CHEM 341 Biochemistry I BB UDT Biochemistry I 6
CHEM 342 Biochemistry II BB UDT Biochemistry II 6
CHEM 401 Physical Chemistry I CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
      CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 402 Physical Chemistry II CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
      CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 430 Advanced Instrumental Analysis CH UDT Advanced Instrumental Analysis 4.5
CHEM 465 Chemical Research CH 401 Research 0
CHEM 475 Field Experience CH UDT Field Experience 0
CHEM 485 Selected Topics CH UDT Selected Topics 0

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take CHEM 331 & 332; these courses fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337 and for three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor.  Chemistry majors should take CHEM 331 & 332 to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334-336 and CH 361.

CHEM 430 fulfills the requirements for OSU students required to take CH 324 and counts as an UD lab for the chemistry minor.

The combination of CHEM 401 and 402 fulfills the requirements for one year of physical chemistry (CH 440 - 442) at OSU for chemistry majors.

 


Lewis and Clark College

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Do not meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 at OSU.

L&C Subject L&C Course L&C Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 100 Perspectives in Environmental Chemistry CH LDT Perspectives in Environmental Chemistry 6
CHEM 105 Perspectives in Nutrition NUTR LDT Perspectives in Nutrition 6

These courses do not convert to specific OSU courses. CHEM 224 plus 225 is a GOB sequence for nursing majors and not allowed as a substitute for general chemistry at OSU.


Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 at OSU.

L&C Subject L&C Course L&C Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 110 General Chemistry I CH 231/261 (previously CH 221) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 2.5
CHEM 120 General Chemistry II CH 233/263 (previously CH 223) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 2.5

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261 - 233/263, previously CH 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHEM 110 and 120. With only CHEM 110, students must take CH 122 & 123 or CH 232/262 and 233/263 (previously CH 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHEM 110 plus 120 does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor.


Organic Chemistry and Other Chemistry Courses

L&C Subject L&C Course L&C Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I CH 334 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH LDT General Credit 4.5
CHEM 220 Organic Chemistry II CH 336 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
CHEM     CH LDT General Credit 4.5
CHEM 299 Independant Study CH LDT Independant Study 0
CHEM 300 Enivronmental Chemistry CH 390 Enivronmental Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 305 Aquatic Chemistry CH UDT Aquatic Chemistry 3
CHEM 310 Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics/Kinetics CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 320 Physical Chemistry: State Mechanics/Quantum Chemistry CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 330 Structural Biochemistry BB UDT Structural Biochemistry 6
CHEM 335 Metabolic Biochemistry BB UDT Metabolic Biochemistry 6
CHEM 336 Biochemistry Laboratory BB UDT Biochemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM 355 Experimental Methods in Physical Science CH UDT Experimental Methods in Physical Science 6
CHEM 365 Physical Chemistry Laboratory CH UDT Physical Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM 366 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory CH UDT Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM 405 Chemsitry Seminar CH 407 Chemistry Seminar 1.5
CHEM 420 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry CH UDT Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 6
CHEM 443 Medicinal Organic Chemistry CH UDT Medicinal Organic Chemistry 3
CHEM 460 Topics in Modern Physical/Organic Chemistry CH UDT Topics in Modern Physical/Organic Chemistry 3
CHEM 464 Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy CH UDT Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy 3
CHEM 480 Senior Research CH UDT Senior Research 6
CHEM 490 Chemistry Honors Research CH UDT Chemistry Honors Research 6
CHEM 499 Independant Research CH 401 Research 0

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take CHEM 210 & 220; these courses fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337 and for three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor.  Chemistry majors should take CHEM 210 & 220 to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334-336 and CH 361.

The combination of CHEM 310 and 320 fulfills the requirements for one year of physical chemistry (CH 440-442) at OSU for chemistry majors.

 


Linfield College

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Do not meet the requirements for one year of general chemistry of as a prerequisite for CH 331 at OSU.

Linfield Subject Linfield Course Linfield Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 100 Concepts in Chemistry CH LDT Concepts in Chemistry 4.5
CHEM 120 Chemistry in the Atmosphere CH LDT Chemistry in the Atmosphere 6
CHEM 224 General Chemistry CH LDT *PS: General Chemistry 7.5
CHEM 225 General Chemistry CH LDT *PS: General Chemistry 7.5

These courses do not convert to specific OSU courses. CHEM 224 and 225 are a GOB sequence for nursing majors and not allowed as a substitute for general chemistry at OSU.


Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU.

Linfield Subject Linfield Course Linfield Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 210 General Chemistry CH 231/261 (previously 221) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 2.5
CHEM 211 General Chemistry CH 233/263 (previously 223) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 2.5

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261-233/263, previously 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHEM 210 and 211. With only CHEM 210, students must take CH 122 & 123 or CH 232/262 & 233/263 (previously 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHEM 210 plus 211 does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor.


Organic Chemistry and Other Chemistry Courses

Linfield Subject Linfield Course Linfield Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 241 Organic Chemistry CH LDT Organic Chemistry 7.5
CHEM 242 Organic Chemistry CH LDT Organic Chemistry 7.5
CHEM 321 Organic Chemistry CH 334 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 4.5
CHEM 322 Organic Chemistry CH 336 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 4.5
CHEM 330 Writing in Chemistry CH UDT Writing in Chemistry 4.5
CHEM 335 Quantitative Analysis CH UDT Quantitative Analysis 6
CHEM 340 Instrumental Methods of Analysis CH UDT Instrumental Methods of Analysis 3
CHEM 340L Instrumental Methods of Analysis Lab CH 361 Experimental Chemistry I 3
CHEM 350 Inorganic Chemistry I CH 411 Inorganic Chemistry 3
CHEM 351 Inorganic Chemistry II CH 412 Inorganic Chemistry 3
CHEM 351L Inorganic Chemistry Lab CH UDT Inorganic Chemistry Lab 1.5
CHEM 360 Principals of Biochemistry BB UDT Principals of Biochemistry 6
CHEM 361 Physical Chemistry I CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHEM 362 Physical Chemistry II CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHEM 371 Advanced Chemistry Laboratory I CH UDT Advanced Chemistry Laboratory I 1.5
CHEM 440 Biochemistry BB UDT Biochemistry 7.5
CHEM 480 Independant Study CH UDT Independant Study 0
    AND CH UDT General Credit 4.5

CH 241 & 242 is an organic chemistry sequence for nursing majors and not acceptable as an organic sequence at OSU.

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take CHEM 321 & 322. These courses fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337. They also count as three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor. Chemistry majors should take CHEM 321 & 322 to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334-336 and CH 361.

The combination of CHEM 340 & 340L fulfills the requirements for OSU students required to take CH 324 or CH 421 & 461.

The combination of CHEM 361 and 362 fulfills the requirements for one year of physical chemistry (CH 440 - 442) at OSU for chemistry majors.

 


Pacific University

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Do not meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 at OSU.

Pacific Subject Pacific Course Pacific Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 110 Chemistry & Your Enivironment CH LDT Chemistry & Your Enivironment 4.5
CHEM 155 Special Topics CH LDT Special Topics 0

These courses do not convert to specific OSU courses, nor are they allowed to be used as a substitute for general chemistry at OSU.


Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU.

Pacific Subject Pacific Course Pacific Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 220 General Chemistry I CH 231/261 (previously 221) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1
CHEM 230 General Chemistry II CH 233/263 (previously 223) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261-233/263, previously CH 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHEM 220 and 230. With only CHEM 220, students must take CH 122 & 123 or CH 232/262 & 233/263 (previously 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHEM 220 plus 230 does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor.


Organic Chemistry and Other Chemistry Courses

Pacific Subject Pacific Course Pacific Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credit
CHEM 220 General Chemistry I CH 231/261 (previously CH 221) *General Chemistry 5
CHEM 240 Survey of Organic Chemistry CH LDT Survey of Organic Chemistry 4.5
CHEM 241 Survey of Organic Chemistry Lab CH LDT Survey of Organic Chemistry Lab 1.5
CHEM 255 Special Topics CH LDT Special Topics 0
CHEM 295 Independent Project CH LDT Independent Project 0
CHEM 310 Organic Chemistry I CH 334 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHEM 311 Organic Chemistry Lab I CH 337 Organic Chemistry Lab 1.5
CHEM 320 Organic Chemistry II CH 336 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHEM 321 Organic Chemsitry Lab II CH 337 Organic Chemistry Lab 1.5
CHEM 340 Quantitative Analysis CH UDT Quantitative Analysis 3
CHEM 341 Quantitative Analysis Lab CH UDT Quantitative Analysis Lab 3
CHEM 343 Quantitative Analysis Basic Lab CH UDT Quantitative Analysis Basic Lab 1.5
CHEM 350 Instrumental Analysis CH UDT Instrumental Analysis 4.5
CHEM 351 Instrumental Analysis Lab CH UDT Instrumental Analysis Lab 1.5
CHEM 355 Special Topics CH UDT Special Topics 0
CHEM 360 Enivronmental Chemistry CH 390 Enivronmental Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 380 Biochemistry BB UDT Biochemistry 4.5
CHEM 385 Seminar CH UDT Seminar 1.5
CHEM 395 Independant Study CH UDT Independant Study 0
CHEM 410 Thermodynamics and Kinetics CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHEM 411 Thermodynamics and Kinetics Lab CH UDT Thermodynamics and Kinetics Lab 1.5
CHEM 420 Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credits 1.5
CHEM 421 Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy Lab CH UDT Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy Lab 1.5
CHEM 430 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry CH UDT Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 4.5
CHEM 450 Advanced Topics CH UDT Advanced Topics 0
CHEM 455 Special Topics CH UDT Special Topics 0
CHEM 475 Internship CH UDT Internship 0
CHEM 480 Biochemsitry II BB UDT Biochemistry II 4.5
CHEM 481 Biochemistry Laboratory BB UDT Biochemistry Laboratory 1.5
CHEM 495 Research CH 401 Research 0

 


Reed College

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Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU.

Reed Subject Reed Course Reed Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 101 Molecular Structure & Properties CH 231/261 (previously 221) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1
CHEM 102 Chemical Reactivity CH 233/263 (previously 223) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261-233/263, previously CH 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHEM 101 and 102. With only CHEM 101, students must take CH 122 & 123 or CH 231/261-233/263 (previously 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHEM 101 plus 102 does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor.


Organic Chemistry and Other Chemistry Courses

Reed Subject Reed Course Reed Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry CH 334 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH LDT General Credit 3
CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry CH 336 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH LDT General Credit 3
CHEM 212 Introductory Inorganic Chemistry CH LDT Introductory Inorganic Chemistry 6
CHEM 225 Environmental Chemistry Seminar CH LDT Environmental Chemistry Seminar 3
CHEM 311 Analytical Chemistry CH 324 Quantitative Analysis 4
    AND CH LDT General Credit 2
CHEM 316 Physical Chemistry Laboratory CH UDT Physical Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM 324 Advanced Mechanistic Organic Chemistry CH UDT Advanced Mechanistic Organic Chemistry 3
CHEM 332 Statistical Thermodynamics & Chemical Dynamics CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 333 Quantum Mechanics & Molecular Structures CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 334 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry CH UDT Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 3
CHEM 343 Advanced Synthetic Organic Chemistry CH UDT Advanced Synthetic Organic Chemistry 6
CHEM 348 Organometallic Chemistry CH UDT Organometallic Chemistry 3
CHEM 391 Structural Biochemistry BB UDT Structural Biochemistry 3
CHEM 392 Metabolic Biochemistry BB UDT Metabolic Biochemistry 3
CHEM 394 Biochemical Methods BB UDT Biochemical Methods 3
CHEM 401 Seminars in Structural Biochemistry BB UDT Seminars in Structural Biochemistry 3
CHEM 481 Individual Work in Special Fields CH UDT Individual Work in Special Fields 3

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take CHEM 201 & 202 which will fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337 and for three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor.  Chemistry majors should take CHEM 201 and 202 to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334-336 and CH 361.

The combination of CHEM 332 and 333 fulfills the requirements for one year of physical chemistry (CH 440-442) at OSU for chemistry majors.

 


University of Portland

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Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU.

UOP Subject UOP Course UOP Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHM 207 General Chemistry I CH 231 General Chemistry 4.5
CHM 208 General Chemistry II CH 233 General Chemistry 4.5
CHM 277 General Chemistry Lab I CH 261 *PS: General Chemistry I Lab 1
CHM 278 General Chemistry Lab II CH 263 *PS: General Chemistry II Lab 1
CHM 279 General and Analytical Chemistry Lab CH 263 *PS: General Chemistry II Lab 1

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261-233/263, previously 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHM 207 (& 277)  and 208 (& 278 or 279). With only CHM 207, students must take CH 122 and 123 or CH 232/262-233/263 (previously 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHM 207 plus 208 with the labs does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor. However, because the sequence is only 12 credits, students may need more UD courses to reach 27 credits.

Before Spring 2001, these courses do not convert to specific OSU courses but still satisfy general chemistry requirements. Overrides from the chemistry office are required for advanced chemistry courses.


Organic Chemistry Courses

UOP Subject UOP Course UOP Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHM 325 Organic Chemistry CH 334 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHM 326 Organic Chemistry CH 336 Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHM 375 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CH 337 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1.5
CHM 376 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CH 337 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1.5

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take CHM 325 & 326. CHM 325, 326, 375, & 376 will fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337 and for three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor. Chemistry majors should take CHM 325, 326, 375, & 376 to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334-336 and CH 361.


Other Chemistry Courses

UOP Subject UOP Course UOP Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHM 293 Special Chemistry Laboratory CH LDT Special Chemistry Laboratory 0
CHM 314 Analytical Chemistry CH UDT Analytical Chemistry 3
CHM 331 Physical Chemistry CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHM 332 Physical Chemistry CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 1.5
CHM 370 Special Chemistry Laboratory CH UDT Special Chemistry Laboratory 0
CHM 372 Physical Chemistry Lab I CH UDT Physical Chemistry Lab I 1.5
CHM 379 Analytical Chemistry Lab CH UDT Analytical Chemistry Lab 1.5
CHM 386 Enivironmental Chemistry CH 390 Enivironmental Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credits 1.5
CHM 390 Directed Study CH UDT Directed Study 0
CHM 393 Research In Chemistry CH 401 Research 0
CHM 412 Advanced Instrumental Methods CH UDT Advanced Instrumental Methods 3
CHM 444 Inorganic Chemistry CH UDT Inorganic Chemistry 4.5
CHM 464 Polymer Science CH UDT Polymer Science 4.5
CHM 470 Special Chemistry Laboratory CH UDT Special Chemistry Laboratory 0
CHM 472 Advanced Instrumental Techniques CH UDT Advanced Instrumental Techniques 1.5
CHM 473 Inorganic Synthesis/Characterization CH UDT Inorganic Synthesis/Characterization 1.5
CHM 477 Digital Data Acquisition & Instrumental Control CH UDT Digital Data Acquisition & Instrumental Control 1.5
CHM 490 Directed Study CH UDT Directed Study 0
CHM 491 Chemistry Seminar CH 407 Chemistry Seminar 0
CHM 492 Chemistry Seminar CH 407 Chemistry Seminar 0
CHM 493 Research In Chemistry CH 401 Research 0
CHM 497 Industrial Internship CH UDT Industrial Internship 0

The combination of CHM 331 and 332 fulfills the requirements for one year of physical chemistry (CH 440 - 442) at OSU for chemistry majors.

 


Willamette University

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Does not meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 at OSU.

WU Subject WU Course WU Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 110 Chemical Concepts & Applications CH LDT Chemical Concepts & Applications 6

Do meet the requirements for college general chemistry or as a prerequisite for CH 331 or CH 334 at OSU.

WU Subject WU Course WU Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 115 Introductory Chemistry I CH 231/261 (previously 221) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1
CHEM 116 Introductory Chemistry II CH 233/263 (previously 223) *General Chemistry 5
    AND CH LDT General Credit 1

Students who plan to transfer to OSU and need general chemistry (CH 121-123 or CH 231/261-233/263, previously 221-223) for their major at OSU, including science and pre-health majors, must take both CHEM 115 and 116. With only CHEM 115, students must take CH 122 & 123 or CH 231/261-233/263 (previously 222 & 223) to complete one year of general chemistry. CHEM 115 plus 116 does satisfy the general chemistry requirement for the chemistry minor. However, because the sequence is only 12 credits, students may need more UD courses to reach 27 credits.


Organic Chemistry and Other Chemistry Courses

WU Subject WU Course WU Title OSU Subject OSU Course OSU Title Credits
CHEM 225 Organic Chemistry I CH 334 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH LDT General Credit 3
CHEM 226 Organic Chemistry II CH 336 LD: Organic Chemistry 3
    AND CH LDT General Credit 3
CHEM 228 Organic Chemistry II: Bioorganic Emphasis CH LDT Organic Chemistry II: Bioorganic Emphasis 6
CHEM 230 Environmental Chemistry CH LDT Environmental Chemistry 6
CHEM 321 Physical Chemistry I CH 440 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 322 Physical Chemistry II CH 442 Physical Chemistry 3
    AND CH UDT General Credit 3
CHEM 342 Instrumental Chemistry I CH 421 Analytical Chemistry 3
CHEM 343 Instrumental Chemistry II CH 422 Analytical Chemistry 3
CHEM 344 Experimental Chemistry I CH UDT Experimental Chemistry I 3
CHEM 345 Experimental Chemistry II CH UDT Experimental Chemistry II 3
CHEM 346 Experimental Biochemistry I BB UDT Experimental Biochemistry I 3
CHEM 347 Experimental Biochemistry II BB UDT Experimental Biochemistry II 3
CHEM 351 Biochemistry BB UDT Biochemistry 6
CHEM 363 Inorganic Chemistry: Transition Metals CH 411 Inorganic Chemistry 3
CHEM 364 Inorganic Chemistry: Bonding Theories CH 412 Inorganic Chemistry 3
CHEM 430 Advanced Topics in Chemistry CH UDT Advanced Topics in Chemistry 0
CHEM 431 Advanced Topics in Biochemistry BB UDT Advanced Topics in Biochemistry 6
CHEM 491 Independant Projects I CH UDT Independant Projects I 3
CHEM 492 Independant Projects II CH UDT Independant Projects II 3
CHEM 495 Senior Research Projects I CH UDT Senior Research Projects I 3
CHEM 496 Senior Research Projects II CH UDT Senior Research Projects II 3

Transfer students to OSU who need either CH 331-332 or CH 334-336 should take CHEM 225 & 226. CHEM 225 & 226 will fulfill the requirements of organic chemistry for students who are required to take CH 331, 332, & 337 and for three "upper division" courses including one lab course for the chemistry minor. Chemistry majors should take CHEM 325 & 326 to fulfill the requirements for chemistry majors at OSU for CH 334 - 336 and CH 361.

The combination of CHEM 321 and 322 fulfills the requirements for one year of physical chemistry (CH 440 - 442) at OSU for chemistry majors.