Courses

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
413
Course Credits: 
3

The study of chemical bonding, structure and reaction mechanism in inorganic chemistry based on modern physical chemical concepts. Organometallic complexes are stressed. Prerequisite: CH 114. Recommended: CH 360.

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
414
Course Credits: 
1

Laboratory designed to apply principles of Advanced Inorganic Chemistry. One three-hour laboratory period weekly.

Advanced Topics in Biochemistry

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
407

This course is a study of contemporary topics of biochemistry through application of basic principles of biochemistry. Prerequisites: BI/CH 405 or the equivalent.

Analytical Chemistry I

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
344
Course Credits: 
3

An introduction to the theory and practice of instrumental methods of analysis including electrochemistry, chromatography and spectroscopy. Prerequisites: CH 211, 214, 310.

Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
345
Course Credits: 
1

Laboratory practice using basic electrochemical, chromatographic and spectroscopic instrumentation.

Analytical Chemistry II

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
444
Course Credits: 
2

Advanced theory and analytical techniques in electrochemistry, chromatography, and spectroscopy, including hyphenated techniques. Prerequisite: CH 344.

Analytical Chemistry II - Lab

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
445
Course Credits: 
2

Laboratory practice in advanced analytical techniques using sophisticated chemical instrumentation and hyphenated methods, such as GC-MS and carbon-13 NMR. Prerequisites: CH 344, 345. Two three-hour laboratory periods weekly.

Biochemistry I

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
305
Course Credits: 
3

This course is a study of the structure and function of biological important molecules from a chemistry perspective. Major topics will include carbohydrates, lipids, nucleotides, proteins, and enzymes. Thermodynamic considerations and kinetic analysis of biochemical systems will be emphasized. Prerequisites: CH 211, 214. Recommended: BI 270, 271.

Biochemistry I Laboratory

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
306
Course Credits: 
1

One three-hour laboratory period weekly. This laboratory course will focus on the theory and application of basic biochemical techniques used in the study of proteins including biological buffers, chromatography, spectrophotometry, gel electrophoresis and centrifugation.

Biochemistry II

Course Prefix: 
CH
Course Number: 
405
Course Credits: 
3

This course is an in-depth study of the intermediary metabolic pathways responsible for life. Prerequisites: BI/CH 305 or the equivalent. Corequisite: CH/BI 405.

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