CHEM 282 General Organic Chemistry II
A continuation from CHEM 281 intended for students in biological life sciences, life sciences, and other programs taking no further courses in organic chemistry. Organic molecules and their reactions; relevance to biological systems. Illustrations using biomolecules such as carbohydrates, amino acids and proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. The laboratory affords experience in elementary organic syntheses.
BHSc On-Campus Students: This course can be taken as an option course towards you Bachelor of Health Sciences degree, however it is offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science. Please visit the Chemistry Department to review when this course will be offered and all pertinent information pertaining to this course.
NOTE: This course is unavailable to BHSc online students at this time.