Upcoming Data Science Coursework in the CU Denver Chemistry Department

Course number, Course name (Credits), Semester

•46301, Programming for Data Analysis in the Physical Sciences1 Sp23
           Emilie Guidez, Sp22 meets Fr 10:00am-10:50am

•48453, Molecular Modeling and Computer-aided Drug Design1,2 –  Spring 23
           Hai Lin, M/W 3:30pm-4:45pm

•45103, Computational Chemistry1,2 – Fall 22
           Hai Lin, F22, T/Th 2:00pm-3:15pm          

•45802, Molecular Informatics1,2,3– Fall 22
           Scott Reed, Fall 22, F 9:00am-10:40am

•46403, AI in Chemistry and Biochemistry 1,2,3– Spring 23
           Woonghee Lee, Sp 23, T/Th 11:00am-12:15pm

 The Department of Chemistry will be offering a “Data Science and Chemistry” graduate credential starting in 2022. Contact the graduate program director, Haobin Wang for more information.

1)  All courses (except 4630) require CHEM 2031, CHEM 2061 and CHEM 3411 and basic programming experience gained from taking CHEM 4630 or a similar course in another department such as: CSCI 1410, MATH 1376, ENGR 1100, BIOE 2010, BIOS 6642, MOLB 7900, BSBT 6110, CPBS 7001. CHEM 4640 also requires 1 semester of Biochemistry  

2) Elective course for Data Science minor in MATH

3) Elective course in the Biomedical Data Science Graduate Certificate Program at AMC

Data Science in Chemistry Credential requires completion of:

            Pick one:

CHEM 4630, (1) Programming for Data Analysis in the Physical Sciences

OR BIOE 2010, BIOS 6642, MOLB 7900, BSBT 6110, CPBS 7001

            Pick one:

CHEM 4580, (2) Molecular Informatics


BIOL 4050/5050 (3) Introduction to Genomics and Bioinformatics

            Pick one:

CHEM 4845, (3) Molecular modeling and computer-aided drug design

CHEM 4510, (3) Computational Chemistry

CHEM 4640, (3) AI in Chemistry and Biochemistry