Department of Chemistry
Updated - Friday, August 14, 2020
Fall 2020 Chemistry (CHEM) lecture courses:
There will be no in-person CHEM lecture courses this fall 2020 semester.
All CHEM lecture courses will be virtual (meeting online in a combination of synchronous - same days/times as scheduled and asynchronous - recorded or posted materials available through the Canvas learning management system)
STUDENTS: (First day of scheduled class or lab) Check your Fresno State email and Canvas course site for information on joining the synchronous days/times of your lecture and lab via Zoom.
CHEM lower-division laboratory courses:
All lower-division CHEM laboratory courses (CHEM 1AL, 1BL, 3A, 3BL, 10, NSci 1A) will be virtual. These lab courses will meet virtually in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous labs.
CHEM 1A/1AL (adds, drops, switches): e-mail CHEM 1AL Coordinator:
Candice Cortney, M.S.: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHEM 1B/1BL (adds, drops, switches): e-mail CHEM 1BL Coordinator:
Katie Heredia, M.S.: email@example.com
CHEM upper-division laboratory courses
CHEM 156 is the only upper-division CHEM laboratory course that will meet in-person (physically disanced, partially in-person and partially virtual).
CHEM 102, CHEM 105, CHEM 106S, CHEM 129A, CHEM 129B will NOT meet in-person and will meet virtually in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous times.
Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at California State University, Fresno. We believe that our department represents the very best that the university has to provide. We offer four rigorous, high quality degree programs (B.A. Chemistry, B.S. Chemistry, B.S. Biochemistry and M.S. Chemistry) that prepare students for careers in research, industry and education, as well as preparing students for admission to Ph.D., medical, pharmacy, dentistry and osteopathic medicine programs.
Our programs provide opportunities to gain hands-on experience with modern instrumentation, to conduct research under the guidance of faculty mentors, to take laboratory classes in private-sector facilities, participate in the Chemistry Honors program, and contribute beyond the classroom to promote science in local schools and our community.
Our faculty are respected scholars in their fields, as well as dedicated teachers and mentors. We are all committed to helping each of our students to be successful and to achieve their goals. We also have a vibrant, supportive and diverse student community, anchored by the national award-winning American Chemistry Society affiliated Chem Club.
If you have questions or comments about our department, please feel free to e-mail, call, or stop by the department office.
Joy J. Goto, Ph.D., Professor and Chair
Office: Science I, Room 380