Timetables Chemistry Majors

Examples of the timetables that you should be following for a chemistry degree are provided below. Students are encouraged to consult the Academic Program Officer (chemapo@mun.ca), especially if they choose to take courses in an order different from these examples.      

YearFall SemesterWinter Semester
1st Year CHEM 1050
PHYS 1050 (or 1020)
MATH 1000
CRW*
elective
CHEM 1051
PHYS 1051 (or 1021)
MATH 1001
CRW*
 elective
2nd Year CHEM 2210
CHEM 2301
CHEM 2400
MATH 2000
elective
CHEM 2100
CHEM 2302
CHEM 2401
MATH 2050
elective
3rd Year CHEM 3110
CHEM 3210
elective
elective
BIOC 2901
CHEM 3211
CHEM 3303
CHEM 3411
elective (MATH 2260)a
BIOC 2201
4th Year 5 electivesb 5 electivesb

  CHECKLIST: B.Sc. (General), Major in Chemistry

For Students who needed to take CHEM 1010 in the Fall of their first year.

YearFall SemesterWinter Semester
1st Year CHEM 1010
PHYS 1050 (or 1020)
MATH 1000
CRW*
elective
CHEM 1050
PHYS 1051 (or 1021)
MATH 1001
CRW*
 elective
2nd Year CHEM 1051
CHEM 2400
MATH 2000
elective
elective
CHEM 2100
CHEM 2302
CHEM 2401
MATH 2050
elective
3rd Year CHEM 2210
CHEM 2301
CHEM 3110
BIOC 2901
elective
CHEM 3211
CHEM 3303
CHEM 3411
BIOC 2201
elective (MATH 2260)a
4th Year CHEM 3210
4 electives
5 electives

a: students who may wish to take CHEM 4304 (Advanced Quantum Chemistry) in 4th year will require MATH 2260 as a prerequisite. MATH 2260 can be taken in either the Fall or Winter terms of the 3rd year. b: the only difference between a general degree Major in chemistry and an Honours degree is that in 4th year students doing an Honours degree will do CHEM 490A/B as well as four 4000 level chemistry courses as part of these ten electives. If you qualify for Honours, you should consider doing an Honours degree.

*Critical Reading and Writing Courses.  At least one of these courses must be in English.