Chem321_syllabus_-_11S

Chem321_syllabus_-_11S - COURSE SYLLABUS CHEM 321 - MODERN...

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COURSE SYLLABUS CHEM 321 - MODERN METHODS OF QUANTITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS SPRING 2011 Lecture: Dr. Pete Palmer Phone: 338-7717 Email: palmer@sfsu.edu Office Hours: Mon. 5 – 6 pm (in office or Quant Lab), Wed. 10 am – noon Prerequisites This is a required course for chemistry, biochemistry, and clinical science majors. The prerequisites are one year of college-level general chemistry and lab (CHEM 215 and 216 or the equivalent) with grades of C or better. Students who do not meet these prerequisites will not be allowed to register for this course . Ideally, this course should be taken concurrently with the accompany lab class (CHEM 322), but students should note that this is an elective course for BA Chemistry and Biochemistry degree programs. Students interested in adding into one of the corresponding lab sections should contact the appropriate instructor. Withdrawals: Students can withdraw from the course at their own discretion up through the 2 nd week of the semester. After this date, University policy states that “withdrawal is not permitted except for serious and compelling reasons” and requires completion of a “Petition for Withdrawal” form, submission of an unofficial transcript and appropriate documentation, and approval of the instructor and Associate Chair. Please see the instructor for further clarification. Disabilities: Students with disabilities who need reasonable accommodations are encouraged to contact the instructor. The Disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC) is available to facilitate the reasonable accommodations process. The DPRC is located in the Student Service Building and can be reached by telephone (338-2472) or email (dprc@sfsu.edu). Religious As per SFSU Academic Senate Policy F00-212, faculty shall make reasonable accommodations for students to Holidays : observe religious holidays when such observances require students to be absent from class activities. It is the responsibility of the student to inform the instructor, in writing, about such holidays during the first two weeks of the class each semester . If such holidays occur during the first two weeks of the semester, the student must notify the instructor, in writing, at least three days before the date that he/she will be absent. It is the
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