Curt Czerwinski, Ph.D.

Courses

CHM 103 General Chemistry I: An introduction to chemistry including topics in atomic structure, chemical bonding, molecular structure, chemical stoichiometry, reactivity, states of matter, solutions, acid-base theory, and nuclear chemistry, and also including selected topics in descriptive and applied chemistry. Scientific inquiry, experimental design and data analysis are included. Lecture: 3 hours; Lab: 3 hours; Discussion: 1 hour (total 5 credits).
CHM 103 Syllabus

CHM 303 Organic Chemistry I: A study of the structure, methods of structure determination, stereochemistry and chemical behavior of hydrocarbons, alcohols, and halogenated hydrocarbons. Theories and mechanisms are introduced to explain chemical behavior. Open to sophomores. Prerequisite: CHM104. Students with credit in CHM300 cannot earn credit in CHM303. Lecture: 3 hours (3 credits).

CHM 304 Organic Chemistry II: Organic synthesis, common functional groups, carbanions, reaction mechanisms, lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, polymers. Prerequisite: CHM303. Lecture: 3 hours (3 credits).
CHM 304 Syllabus

Desire2Learn (D2L) - Online Course Management
D2L, or Desire2Learn, is an online course management system used by UW-La Crosse faculty and instructional staff to enhance face-to-face instruction or teach courses totally online. D2L allows “anytime, anywhere” access to course-related files, electronic dropboxes for assignments, online quizzes and tests, e-mail, and grades.