Transfer Course Articulation Policies for Chemistry Courses
The Chemistry Department will not articulate any courses for General Chemistry I and II as the CHEM 163/165 and 164/166 course sequence. Students transferring in first year courses may receive an articulation less than CHEM 163, or elective credit. Courses at the 300 level and higher will be articulated strictly as elective credit.
If a student would like to earn credit for a course in the first and second year sequences (General and Organic) they can earn credit through examination. Students can take an exam, and if they receive a suitable score, can receive credit for CHEM 163, 164, 165, 166, 342, 343, 344, 345. Courses not included in this list will be handled on a case by case basis.
Any student wishing to take an exam for credit should come to the Department of Chemistry in Monsanto Hall 125 during normal business hours.
Questions about articulations can be directed to Dr. Alexa Serfis at email@example.com.
This policy is effective February 1, 2013.
For all students wanting to take exams, and for current students transferring in courses, please read the following documents:
• Details for current students who want to take chemistry courses elsewhere
• Topical course outline for General Chemistry I
• Topical course outline for General Chemistry II
• Topical course outline for Organic Chemistry I
• Topical course outline for Organic Chemistry II
• Details for taking the exams