University Bulletin 2017-2018

Chemistry

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  • CH 101L
    Survey Inorg-Org Chem Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 101. CH 101 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Together, CH 101 and CH 101L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: CH 101 Minimum Grade of D or CH 121 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 103L
    Chemistry-Its Role Society Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 103. CH 103 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Together, CH 103 and CH 103L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. Fee. Core course.

    Co-requisite: CH 103
    Pre-requisite: CH 103 Minimum Grade of D or CH 105 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 131L
    General Chemistry I Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 131. CH 131 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Together, CH 131 and CH 131L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. Fee. Core course.

    Pre-requisite: CH 115 Minimum Grade of D or CH 131 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 132L
    General Chemistry II Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 132. CH 132 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Together, CH 132 and CH 132L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. Fee. Core course.

    Pre-requisite: CH 116 Minimum Grade of D or CH 132 Minimum Grade of D and (CH 131L Minimum Grade of D and CH 131 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 201L
    Organic Chemistry I Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 201. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.) The laboratory introduces basic organic laboratory practices such as the collection of physical properties data, separation and purification techniques, synthesis, and spectroscopic methods. CH 201 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 201
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 116 Minimum Grade of D) or (CH 132 Minimum Grade of D and CH 132L Minimum Grade of D) )
  • CH 202L
    Organic Chemistry II Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 202. The laboratory continues with the basic organic laboratory practices with additional synthetic methods. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.) CH 202 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 202
    Pre-requisite: (CH 222 Minimum Grade of D) or (CH 201 Minimum Grade of D and CH 201L Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 265L
    Introductory Analysis Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 265. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.) CH 265 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 265
    Pre-requisite: (CH 116 Minimum Grade of D or (CH 132 Minimum Grade of D and CH 132L Minimum Grade of D) )
  • CH 300L
    Phys Chem for Life Sci Lab-W
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 300. (Offered Fall Semester.) CH 300 must be taken concurrently or as a prerequisite. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 300
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 223 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 202 Minimum Grade of D or PH 217 Minimum Grade of D) and (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C)
  • CH 301L
    Physical Chemistry I Lab-W
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 301. (Offered Fall Semester.) Lab is required for chemistry majors. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 301
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 223 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 202 Minimum Grade of D or PH 217 Minimum Grade of D or MA 227 Minimum Grade of D or MA 234 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 115 Minimum Grade of D or PH 113 Minimum Grade of D) and (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C)
  • CH 302L
    Physical Chemistry II Lab - W
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 302. (Offered Spring Semester.) Lab is required for chemistry majors. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 302
    Pre-requisite: ( (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C) and CH 265 Minimum Grade of D) and (CH 265L Minimum Grade of D or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D) and (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 233 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 202 Minimum Grade of D or PH 217 Minimum Grade of D) or (MA 227 Minimum Grade of D or MA 234 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 115 Minimum Grade of D or PH 113 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 401L
    Intermed Inorganic Chem Lab
    2 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 401. (Offered Spring Semester). Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 401
    Pre-requisite: (CH 301 Minimum Grade of D and CH 301L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 332 Minimum Grade of D and (CH 302 Minimum Grade of D and CH 302L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 333 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 414L
    Environmental Chemistry Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 414. Real-world examples will be used to learn appropriate isolation techniques followed by chemical and instrumental analysis. CH 414 must be taken concurrently. (Offered in Fall Semester.) Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 414
    Pre-requisite: (CH 201 Minimum Grade of D or CH 222 Minimum Grade of D) and (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 465L
    Instrumental Analysis Lab
    2 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 465. (Offered Fall Semester.) Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 465
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (CH 300 Minimum Grade of D and CH 300L Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 302 Minimum Grade of D and CH 302L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 333 Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 301 Minimum Grade of D and CH 301L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 332 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 514L
    Environmental Chemistry Lab
    1 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 514. Real-world samples will be used to learn appropriate isolation techniques followed by chemical and instrumental analysis. CH 514 must be taken concurrently. (Offered in Fall Semester.) Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 514
    Pre-requisite: (CH 202 Minimum Grade of D or CH 223 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 565L
    Instrumental Analysis Lab
    2 cr

    Laboratory exercises associated with CH 565. (Offered Fall Semester.) Requires Graduate status. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (CH 300 Minimum Grade of D and CH 300L Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 302 Minimum Grade of D and CH 302L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 333 Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 301 Minimum Grade of D and CH 301L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 332 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 100
    Fundamentals of Chemistry
    4 cr

    An introduction to the fundamental concepts of chemistry. Requires Mathematics Placement Test score which allows registration for MA 112 and CH 100. Students whose Mathematics Placement Exam score does not allow them to register for MA 112 should first complete MTH 100 with a C or better as a prerequisite for CH 100. CH 100 may not be used to satisfy the Natural Science requirement for the College of Arts and Sciences. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters)

    Pre-requisite: University test - Math 66 or MyMathTest 070 or ACT Math 22 or DS 090 Minimum Grade of C or (MTH 100 Minimum Grade of C or MTH 101 Minimum Grade of C) or (MA 112 Minimum Grade of D or MA 171 Minimum Grade of D) or MTH 101 Minimum Grade of C
  • CH 101
    Survey of Inorg and Org Chem
    3 cr

    An intensive presentation of inorganic and organic chemistry principles selected to convey a basic understanding of their relationship to and function in the life process. Laboratory exercises will introduce students to basic laboratory procedures, often using exercises related to life process. This course is generally taken by students in the College of Nursing. CH 101L must be taken concurrently. Together, CH 101 and CH 101L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.) Core Course.

    Co-requisite: CH 101L
  • CH 103
    Chemistry-Its Role in Society
    3 cr

    Chemical principles to allow understanding of the technical aspects of air and water pollution, chemical solutions of the energy crisis, the polymer industry, drugs, nutrition, and genetic engineering. CH 103 is not designed to lead to other chemistry courses and may not be used to substitute for CH 131 for students majoring or minoring in Chemistry. CH 103L must be taken concurrently. Together, CH 103 and CH 103L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters) Core course.

    Co-requisite: CH 103L
  • CH 131
    General Chemistry I
    3 cr

    First of a two-semester sequence for majors, minors, and others seeking quantitative treatment. Topics include the nuclear model, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gas laws, thermochemistry, atomic structure, and molecular bonding. CH 131 and CH 131L must be taken concurrently. Together, CH 131 and CH 131L count as one laboratory science course partially fulfilling general education requirements. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters) Requires CH 100 or ACT Math score of 24 or greater (or its equivalent as determined by the University) or letter grade of C or higher in MA 112 (or any higher level MA experience) or a score of 80 or greater on the Mathematics Placement Test and the completion of a high school physical science unit (or its equivalent) or one term of college chemistry. Core Course.

    Co-requisite: CH 131L
    Pre-requisite: (CH 100 Minimum Grade of D or CH 110 Minimum Grade of D) or ACT Math 24 or SAT Mathematics 590 or MA 112 Minimum Grade of C or (MA 113 Minimum Grade of C or MA 172 Minimum Grade of C) or (MA 115 Minimum Grade of C or MA 121 Minimum Grade of C) or (MA 120 Minimum Grade of C or MA 287 Minimum Grade of C) or (MA 125 Minimum Grade of C or MA 132 Minimum Grade of C) or (MA 126 Minimum Grade of C or MA 233 Minimum Grade of C) or MyMathTest 080( or University test - Math 85 )
  • CH 132
    General Chemistry II
    3 cr

    Continuation of CH 131. Topics include solutions, colligative properties, chemical kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, pH, buffers, titrations, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. Additional topics may include nuclear chemistry, organic and biochemistry, chemistry of inorganic compounds, transition metal complexes, and industrial chemistry. Both the lecture and laboratory experiences of CH 131 (General Chemistry I) are prerequisites. CH 132L must be taken concurrently. Together, CH 132 and CH 132L count as one laboratory science course, partially fulfilling general education requirements. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.) Core Course.

    Co-requisite: CH 132L
    Pre-requisite: CH 115 Minimum Grade of D or (CH 131 Minimum Grade of D and CH 131L Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 150
    Intro to Computer Chemistry
    2 cr

    This course will introduce the student to direct application and use of computer activity for applications in chemistry; acquisition of data from instrumentation, data analysis, presentation of experimental data, and chemical structure and modeling programs. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (CH 115 Minimum Grade of D or (CH 131 Minimum Grade of D and CH 131L Minimum Grade of D) or (CH 141 Minimum Grade of D and CH 141L Minimum Grade of D) ) and ( (MA 113 Minimum Grade of D or MA 172 Minimum Grade of D) or (MA 115 Minimum Grade of D or MA 121 Minimum Grade of D) or (MA 125 Minimum Grade of D or MA 132 Minimum Grade of D) or (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 233 Minimum Grade of D) )
  • CH 201
    Organic Chemistry I
    3 cr

    Fundamentals of structure and chemical behavior of organic molecules including nomenclature, properties, structure, stereochemistry, spectroscopy (both infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance), reactions, synthesis, and mechanisms of alkanes, alkenes, alkyl halides, and alcohols. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters). CH 201L must be taken concurrently.

    Co-requisite: CH 201L
    Pre-requisite: CH 116 Minimum Grade of D or (CH 132 Minimum Grade of D and CH 132L Minimum Grade of D) or (CH 141 Minimum Grade of D and CH 141L Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 202
    Organic Chemistry II
    3 cr

    Continuation of study of structure and chemical behavior of organic molecules including aromatic compounds, ketones and aldehydes amines, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides and proteins, nucleic acids, alkynes, ethers and epoxides, and conjugated dienes. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.) CH 202L must be taken concurrently. Fee.

    Co-requisite: CH 202L
    Pre-requisite: (CH 201 Minimum Grade of D and CH 201L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 222 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 265
    Introductory Analysis
    3 cr

    A detailed study of the fundamental theories and principles of chemistry with emphasis on their application to quantitative analysis. Because proficiency of the material covered in CH 132 is vital for success in this course, students are strongly advised to take the two courses as close together as schedules permit. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.)

    Co-requisite: CH 265L
    Pre-requisite: (CH 116 Minimum Grade of D or (CH 132 Minimum Grade of D and CH 132L Minimum Grade of D) )
  • CH 300
    Physical Chem for Life Sci
    3 cr

    Designed to introduce the concepts of physical chemistry to students interested in the biochemical and biological aspects of chemistry. Topics are presented from viewpoint of their applications to biochemical problems; thermodynamics/biochemical energetics, properties of solutions, biological redox reactions, chemical/enzyme kinetics. (Offered Fall Semester.) CH 300L must be taken concurrently.

    Co-requisite: CH 300L
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 223 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 202 Minimum Grade of D or PH 217 Minimum Grade of D) and (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C)
  • CH 301
    Physical Chemistry I
    3 cr

    Gas Laws, First and Second Law of Thermodynamics, Phase Equilibrium, Chemical Equilibrium, Physical Chemistry of Solutions, Electrochemistry, Transport Properties, and Chemical Kinetics. (Offered Fall Semester).

    Co-requisite: CH 301L
    Pre-requisite: ( (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C) and (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D) and (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 233 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 202 Minimum Grade of D or PH 217 Minimum Grade of D) or (MA 227 Minimum Grade of D or MA 234 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 115 Minimum Grade of D or PH 113 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 302
    Physical Chemistry II
    3 cr

    Quantum Theory and Applications to Atoms and Molecules, Spectroscopy, and Statistical Thermodynamics. (Offered Spring Semester.) Required for chemistry majors.

    Co-requisite: CH 302L
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C) and (MA 126 Minimum Grade of D or MA 223 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 202 Minimum Grade of D or PH 217 Minimum Grade of D) or (MA 227 Minimum Grade of D or MA 234 Minimum Grade of D) and (PH 115 Minimum Grade of D or PH 113 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 394
    Directed Studies -
    1 TO 4 cr

    Student works in a research laboratory under faculty guidance. May be repeated; sum of all directed studies cannot exceed eight (8) credits. Requires Junior standing or permission of Department Chair.

  • CH 401
    Interm Inorganic Chemistry
    3 cr

    Atomic and molecular structure and bonding emphasizing the use of symmetry, group theory, and molecular orbitals; NMR spectrometry; coordination chemistry; organometallic chemistry and homogeneous catalysis. (Offered Spring Semester).

    Co-requisite: CH 401L
    Pre-requisite: (CH 301 Minimum Grade of D and CH 301L Minimum Grade of D and CH 302 Minimum Grade of D and CH 302L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 333 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 403
    Bioinorganic Chemistry
    3 cr

    Survey of bioorganic chemistry appropriate for upper-level undergraduate and beginning graduate students. The approach will be molecular and chemical in nature with a focus on the study of the non-carbon elements, especially the transition metals, as related to biological activity. (Offered Fall Semester). Recommended: CH 301, CH 302, or CH 440. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: CH 202 Minimum Grade of D or CH 223 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 414
    Environmental Chemistry
    3 cr

    Introduces the cycling of elements in the earth as groundwork for understanding the chemical reactions and fate of chemical species introduced as contaminants to the environment. The chemistry of natural and anthropogenic contaminants in the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the lithosphere and the transport and transformation of chemical species in the environment are discussed. CH 414L must be taken concurrently. (Offered in Fall Semester.)

    Co-requisite: CH 414L
    Pre-requisite: (CH 201 Minimum Grade of D or CH 222 Minimum Grade of D) and (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 440
    Biochemistry I
    3 cr

    Study of fundamental biochemical concepts; emphasis is placed on protein, carbohydrate, and lipid structures as related to their functional behavior; enzyme kinetics and mechanisms of action; thermodynamic relationships in biochemical systems. (Offered Fall Semester). Cross-listed with BLY 440.

    Pre-requisite: (CH 202 Minimum Grade of D or CH 223 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 441
    Biochemistry II
    3 cr

    Study of the reaction and regulations of intermediary metabolism; the biochemistry of genetic systems to include regulatory mechanisms and protein synthesis. (Offered Spring Semester). Cross-listed with BLY 441.

    Pre-requisite: CH 440 Minimum Grade of D or BLY 440 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 443
    Lab Studies in Biochemistry
    2 cr

    Course familiarizes the student with the basic laboratory techniques commonly employed in biochemical research. (Offered Spring Semester). Cross-listed with BLY 443. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: CH 440 Minimum Grade of D or BLY 440 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 465
    Instrumental Analysis
    3 cr

    Modern analytical instruments, their operating principles, and their applications. (Offered Fall Semester).

    Co-requisite: CH 465L
    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (CH 300 Minimum Grade of D and CH 300L Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 302 Minimum Grade of D and CH 302L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 333 Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 301 Minimum Grade of D and CH 301L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 332 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 470
    Computational Chemistry
    4 cr

    Designed to provide an introduction to some of the techniques used in molecular modeling and computational chemistry, and to illustrate how these techniques can be used to study physical, chemical and biological phenomena. Topics: quantum mechanical methods, empirical force fields, molecular mechanics and dynamics, Monte Carlo, continuum electrostatics, and free energy perturbation methods. (Offered Spring Semester). Permission of instructor. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 132 Minimum Grade of D and CH 132L Minimum Grade of D) or (CH 141 Minimum Grade of D and CH 141L Minimum Grade of D) ) and CH 202 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 490
    Sp Top -
    1 TO 4 cr

    Study of a significant topic in Chemistry. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits when the content varies. Requires Senior standing.

  • CH 492
    Seminar I
    1 cr

    Information retrieval from scientific references, journals, and on-line databases directed toward computer-based preparation of a student seminar having as the capstone experience a formal seminar for Department Faculty and students. (Offered Spring Semester). Requires Senior standing or permission of Department Chair. Fee.

  • CH 493
    Seminar II
    1 cr

    Continuation of CH 492. Taken the next semester registered after successful completion of CH 492 unless special permission granted by the Department Chair. Presentation of a formal seminar for Department Faculty and students. (Offered Fall and Spring Semesters). Fee. Requires Permission of Department Chair.

    Pre-requisite: CH 492 Minimum Grade of D
  • CH 494
    Directed Studies -
    1 TO 4 cr

    Student works in a research laboratory under faculty guidance. May be repeated; sum of all directed studies cannot exceed eight (8) credits. Requires Senior standing or permission of Department Chair. Fee.

  • CH 499
    Sr Honors Chemistry Project-H
    3 cr

    Student research under faculty direction; written report and oral presentation of research work to faculty and students. This course may be repeated once for a maximum of six credits. Requires permission of department chair. Fee.

  • CH 514
    Environmental Chemistry
    3 cr

    Introduces the cycling of elements in the earth as groundwork for understanding the chemical reactions and fate of chemical species introduced as contaminants to the environment. The chemistry of natural and anthropogenic contaminants in the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the lithosphere and the transport and transformation of chemical species in the environment are discussed. CH 514L must be taken concurrently. (Offered in Fall Semester.)

    Co-requisite: CH 514L
    Pre-requisite: (CH 202 Minimum Grade of D or CH 223 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 515
    Environmental Toxicology
    3 cr

    Introduction to the scientific and technical principles of toxicological processes in the context of the ecosystem. Students will understand both the types of major environmental toxicants and how to properly evaluate their toxicity and factors that influence toxicity. Students will recognize and coherently formulate risk assessment and by using the tools and techniques acquired, develop and communicate proposals for remedy.

  • CH 521
    Marine Nat Product Chemistry
    3 cr

    Chemical-physical analysis and synthesis of alkaloids, antibiotics, algae and bacterial metabolites, plant pigments, steroids, and terpenes found in the marine environment. (Offered as required.) Requires Graduate status. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (CH 202 Minimum Grade of D or CH 223 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 530
    Biochem of Marine Organism
    3 cr

    Study of biochemical regulatory processes associated with energy production, vision, defense mechanisms and other physiological activities within vertebrate and invertebrate species of the marine environment. (Offered as required.) Requires Graduate status. Fee.

  • CH 540
    Biochemistry I
    3 cr

    Study of fundamental biochemical concepts; emphasis is placed on protein, carbohydrate, and lipid structures as related to their functional behavior, enzyme kinetics and mechanisms of action; thermodynamic relationships in biochemical systems. (Offered Fall Semester.) Requires Graduate status. Cross-listed with BLY 540.

    Pre-requisite: (CH 202 Minimum Grade of D or CH 223 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 541
    Biochemistry II
    3 cr

    Study of the reactions and regulations of intermediary metabolism; the biochemistry of genetic systems to include regulatory mechanisms and protein synthesis. (Offered Spring Semester.) Requires Graduate status. Cross-listed with BLY 541.

    Pre-requisite: CH 540 Minimum Grade of B or BLY 540 Minimum Grade of B
  • CH 543
    Lab Studies in Biochemistry
    2 cr

    Course familiarizes the student with the basic laboratory techniques commonly employed in biochemical research. (Offered Spring Semester.) Requires Graduate status. Cross-listed with BLY 543. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: CH 441 Minimum Grade of D or CH 540 Minimum Grade of B or CH 541 Minimum Grade of B
  • CH 550
    Readings in Marine Chemistry
    3 cr

    Readings of primary literature on topics of special interest in the area of marine chemistry and biochemistry. Offered as required. Requires Graduate status. Fee.

  • CH 565
    Instrumental Analysis
    3 cr

    Modern analytical instruments, their operating principles, and their applications. (Offered Fall Semester). Requires Graduate status.

    Pre-requisite: ( (CH 265 Minimum Grade of D and CH 265L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 266 Minimum Grade of D ) and (CH 300 Minimum Grade of D and CH 300L Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 302 Minimum Grade of D and CH 302L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 333 Minimum Grade of D) or ( (CH 301 Minimum Grade of D and CH 301L Minimum Grade of D) or CH 332 Minimum Grade of D)
  • CH 570
    Computational Chemistry
    4 cr

    Designed to provide an introduction to some of the techniques used in molecular modeling and computational chemistry, and to illustrate how these techniques can be used to study physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. Topics: quantum mechanical methods, empirical force fields, molecular mechanics and dynamics, Monte Carlo, continuum electrostatics, and free energy perturbation methods. (Offered as required.) Requires Graduate status. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (CH 116 Minimum Grade of C or CH 132 Minimum Grade of C or CH 141 Minimum Grade of C) and (CH 202 Minimum Grade of C or CH 223 Minimum Grade of C)
  • CH 590
    Special Topics -
    1 TO 4 cr

    Study of a significant topic in chemistry. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits when the content varies. Requires Graduate status.

  • CH 592
    Seminar
    1 cr

    The use of scientific references and journals retrieval. Library assignment may be directed toward preparation of student seminars which are scheduled concurrently. (Offered as required). Requires Graduate status. Fee.

  • CH 594
    Directed Studies-
    1 TO 4 cr

    Literature survey and research under senior staff guidance. May be repeated but not to exceed four credits. Fee.