Before registering for this course, non-UT Austin students must consult with the University Extension advisor about prerequisites.
Chemistry 310M is the first half in a two-semester course in Organic Chemistry. It covers the chemistry needed for pre-medical, pre-dental, life sciences, and pharmacy majors. The course is comprised of four units covering approximately 10 chapters in the text. Topics generally covered in the course include bonding in carbon compounds, acids and bases, chemistry of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, stereochemistry and aromatic compounds.
Official UT Course Description: The development of organic chemical structure, nomenclature, and reactivity. Only one of the following may be counted: Chemistry 610A, 310M, 618A, 318M.
Prerequisites: CH 302 with a grade of at least C-, and credit or registration for CH 204 or CH 317.