Chemistry 105aLg:

General Chemistry (4.0 units)

Fundamental principles and laws of chemistry; laboratory work emphasizes quantitative procedures. Prerequisite to all more advanced courses in chemistry. Lecture, 3 hours; laboratory and discussion, 4 hours. Quiz, 1 hour.
  • Prerequisite: CHEM 050
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Note: Register for lecture, quiz and one lab. Concurrent enrollment in CHEM 050 or passing of Chemisry and Math Placement tests. All students are required to take Chemistry Placement test within past nine months; if expired, sign up for test with Center for Testing and Assessment. This course carries GE credit but it is intended for a specific group of students rather than a general student audience. It is part of the curriculum for majors and pre-professional students. For lecture questions, email coord105@chemmail.usc.edu.
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
17218R060Lecture9:00-9:50amMWF204 of 250Thomas BertoliniONLINEnotesession dates
17220R060Quiz3:30-4:50pmTuesday204 of 250ONLINEsession dates
17226D060Lab11:00-1:50pmThursday13 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17228D060Lab11:00-1:50pmThursday13 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17230D060Lab11:00-1:50pmThursday14 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17232D060Lab1:00-3:50pmWednesday19 of 24Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17234D060Lab1:00-3:50pmWednesday9 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17236D060Lab1:00-3:50pmWednesday14 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17240D060Lab2:00-4:50pmThursday29 of 30Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17242D060Lab2:00-4:50pmThursday14 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17244D060Lab2:00-4:50pmThursday18 of 22Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17246D060Lab2:00-4:50pmThursday14 of 16Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17248D060Lab4:00-6:50pmWednesday26 of 30Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
17250D060Lab4:00-6:50pmWednesday21 of 26Catherine SkiboONLINEsession dates
Information accurate as of June 17, 2021 5:32 pm.
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