25 courses:
  • CH-301

    Seminar: Hist. Perspective

    The process of scientific discovery and the important contributions to the development of science from prehistory to the 20th century will be emphasized. U, M/M.
  • CH-303

    Environ Science & Toxicology

    This course offers an introduction to the fundamentals of toxicology: terminology, various types of toxins, absorption, distribution and excretion of toxins, the effects of exposure to toxins on the human body through a systems approach, modes of transmission, and different analyses to set limits. Chemical carcinogenesis and genetic and developmental toxicology are also included.
  • CH-305

    Organic Chemistry/Lab

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of organic chemistry, the study of the mechanisms of basic functional group reactions and the relation of structure to chemical activity. A laboratory is an integral part of the course. Prerequisite for 305: CH 104 with a minimum final grade of C-. Prerequisite for CH 306: CH 305 with a minimum final grade of C-
  • CH-306

    Organic Chemistry/Lab

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of organic chemistry, the study of the mechanisms of basic functional group reactions and the relation of structure to chemical activity. A laboratory is an integral part of the course. Prerequisite for 305: CH 104 with a minimum final grade of C-. Prerequisite for CH 306: CH 305 with a minimum final grade of C-
  • CH-307

    Physical Chemistry

    Fundamental principles of chemical thermodynamics with applications to chemical and biochemical systems are introduced. Prerequisites: MA 101A, CH 104
  • CH-308

    Physical Chemistry

    Fundamental principles of quantum mechanics and applications to structure and spectroscopy are introduced. Prerequisites: MA 101A, CH 104
  • CH-311

    Sci Visual,Simul&Computation

    The principles and tools of scientific visualization, simulation, and computation are integrated and their application to chemical and biochemical molecules and systems is developed. Emphasis is placed on providing the tools and freedom to explore topics within this framework through projects. Programming knowledge or prior exposure to these topics is not required. Prerequisite: CH 306.