|CHEM 1211K:||Marquesha Jackson||380 Petit Science Centeremail@example.com|
|Undergraduate:||Marquesha Jackson||380 Petit Science Centerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Graduate:||Rita Bennett||383 Petit Science Centeremail@example.com|
Chem 1211K is the prerequisite for all Chemistry and Biology courses at Georgia State University. To register for Chem 1211K you must take the Chem 1211 Preregistration Test, or have earned a score of 2 or higher an the AP Chemistry exam, or have passed a similar college-level course at another institution.
As soon as you decide that you will be a chemistry major your should come to see a departmental advisor. Freshman and sophomores (under 60 hours) should see Dr. Davon Kennedy (Davon@gsu.edu; 404-413-5530), the department undergraduate coordinator, (firstname.lastname@example.org; 404-413-5500), Dr. Joan Comar (email@example.com, 404-413-6544) or Dr. Jeremiah Harden (firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-413-5594). This advisement is in addition to any advisement by the honors program or academic advisement.
Students over 60 hours must see Dr. Joan Comar (email@example.com, 404-413-6544) or Dr. Jeremiah Harden (firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-413-5594) to plan the junior and senior year coursework. Many courses at the 3000/4000 levels have limited offerings so students who do not get advisement at 60 hours are much more likely to delay their graduation by a semester or more. Please sign up the appointment sheet for the current week outside their office doors. Availability of appointments does vary from semester to semester.
If you plan to apply to the Georgia State University graduate chemistry program see the Graduate Coordinator, Will Lovett, for requirements (email@example.com: 404-413-5525). If you are planning to apply to a graduate program elsewhere, you will be working with your research advisor.
Ms. Marquesha Jackson is happy to address any concerns you may have regarding our undergraduate programs.
Office: 380 Petit Science Center
Ms. Rita Bennett is our representative for all questions and concerns about our graduate Masters and Doctorate programs.
Office: 383 Petit Science Center