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2015-2016 General Catalog 
    
2015-2016 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Business Law

  
  • BUL 5323 Legal Issues And Environment (3)


    Fundamental Concepts Of Business Law As They Apply To Varied And Changing Global Business Environments.

  
  • BUL 5323DL Legal Issues And Environment (3)


    Fundamental Concepts Of Business Law As They Apply To Varied And Changing Global Business Environments

  
  • BUL 5905DL Directed Ind Study


    Independent Study In Business Law With Appropriate Supervision.


Chemistry

  
  • CHM 1000C Chemistry Orient 1


  
  • CHM 1020 Fundamentals Of Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: For Students Not Prepared For CHM 1045  As Determined By Departmental Qualifying Exam. Teaches Fundamental Skills Necessary For Problem Solving, Emphasizing Dimensional Analysis. Covers Basic Concepts Of Chemistry To Prepare Students For CHM 1045 . Includes Recitation Sessions For Individualized Student Help.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1020C Intro To Chemistry W/lab


    Introduction To Chemistry With Laboratory: This Is A Course Derived From Appropriate Test Scores (i.e. Ap And Ib) Approved By Articulation Coordinating Committee Credit-by-exam Equivalents.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1020L Fund Of Chem (lab)


    Introduction To Chemistry Laboratory: This Is A Course Derived From Appropriate Test Scores (i.e. Apand Ib) Approved By Articulation Coordinating Committee Credit-by-exam Equivalents

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1025 Fund Chem


    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1030 Introductory Chemistry For Health Sciences (3)


    Prerequisite: Passing Grade On Departmental Examination. Basic Principles Of General Chemistry Including Systems Of Measurement, Bonding, Nomenclature, Mole Concept, Balanced Equations And Stoichiometry, Solutions, Kinetics, And Equilibrium Emphasizing Acid-base Behavior.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1030 Survey Gen Chemistry


    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1030C Intro Chem Ns Major


    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1030L Introductory Chemistry For Health Sciences Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1030 . Introduction To Basic Chemical Techniques. Experiments Involve Simple Chemical Reactions, Determination Of Density, And Qualitative Tests For The Determination Of Inorganic Ions In Biological Fluids.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1031 Chemistry For Health Sciences (3)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1030  With Passing Grade. Introduction To Organic Chemistry. Study Of Major Classes Of Organic Compounds Emphasizing Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids, Lipids, Amino Acids, Proteins, And Enzymes.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1031L Chemistry For Health Sciences Lab (1)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1030  With Passing Grade. Experiments Include Basic Chemical Reactions Of Alkanes, Alkenes, Carbohydrates And Proteins; Chromatography And Synthesis Of Organic Compounds. CHM 1045  General Chemistry I (3) : CHM 1015  With Passing Grade Or Passing Grade On Departmental Qualifying Exam. Fundamental Laws, Theories And Principles Of Chemistry Are Introduced. Topics Include Properties Of Matter, Nomenclature, Reactions, Including Redox Reactions, Stoichiometry, Gases, Thermochemistry, Modern Atomic Theory, Bonding And Structure, Aqueous Solutions, And Periodic Relationships.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1045 General Chemistry I (3)


    Prerequisite: Prereq: CHM 1020 /1021 or CHM 1025 . Fundamental laws, theories and principles of chemistry are introduced. Topics include properties of matter, nomenclature, reactions, including redox reactions, stoichiometry, gases, thermochemistry, modern atomic theory, bonding and structure, aqueous solutions, and periodic relationships.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1045L General Chemistry Laboratory I (1)


    Corequisite: CHM 1045  Laboratory Course To Accompany And Provide A Deeper And More Concrete Understanding Of Topics In CHM 1045 . Students Are Given The Opportunity To Observe Phenomena And Obtain Practical Skills In Using Various Types Of Laboratory Equipment. Emphasis Is On Following Standard Safety Practice, Making Careful Observations And Measurements, And Critically Analyzing Observations And Data.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1046 General Chemistry II (3)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1045  With Passing Grade. Continuation Of CHM 1045 . Topics Include Thermodynamics Of Chemical Reactions And Changes Of State, Equilibrium, Acid-base Theories, Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry And Descriptive Chemistry Of Main-group And Transition Elements And Their Compounds.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1046C General Chemistry II


    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1046L General Chemistry Laboratory II (1)


    Corequisite: Chm 1046 Laboratory Course To Accompany Chm 1046. Continuation Of Chm 1045l. Students Are Given Opportunities To Extend Their Skills And Make Careful Observations And Measurements Using Various Types Of Laboratory Equipment Such As Burets, Ph Meters And Spectrophotometers. Emphasis Is On Following Standard Safety Practice And Critically Analyzing Observations And Data.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Natural Science
  
  • CHM 1901 Freshmen Special Topic In Chemistry I (1)


    Structured Activities Designed To Develop Strong Personal Skills, Technical Knowledge, Enhance Problem-solving Skills, Professional Skills Related To Chemistry, Critical Thinking And Test-taking Strategies

  
  • CHM 1902 Fr. Special Topic In Chem II


    Structured Activities Designed To Develop Strong Personal Skills, Technical Knowledge, Enhance Problem-solving Skills, Professional Skills Related To Chemistry, Critical Thinking And Test-taking Strategies

  
  • CHM 2210 Organic Chemistry I (3)


  
  • CHM 2210L Organic Chem I Lab (1)


  
  • CHM 2211 Organic Chemistry II (3)


  
  • CHM 2211L Organic Chem II Lab (1)


  
  • CHM 2903 Sophomore Special Topic In Chemistry I (1)


    Structured Activities Designed To Develop Strong Personal Skills, Technical Knowledge , Enhance Problem-solving Skills, Critical And Analytical Thinking, And Test-taking Stategies

  
  • CHM 2904 Sophmore Special Topic In Chemistry II (1)


    Structured Activities Designed To Develop Strong Personal Skills, Technical Knowledge , Enhance Problem-solving Skills, Critical And Analytical Thinking, And Test-taking Stategies

  
  • CHM 3120 Quantitative Analysis (3)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1046  With A Passing Grade. Topics Include A Review Of Stoichiometry, Acid-base Equilibria, Statistical Treatment Of Data, And An Introduction To Volumetric, Gavimetric, Potentiometric, And Photometric Methods Of Analysis. Chemical Equilibria Are Treated Mathematically.

  
  • CHM 3120L Quantitative Analysis Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1046  With A Passing Grade. Titrimetric, Gravimetric, Photometric, And Potentiometric Analyses. Emphasis Is Placed On Accuracy And Precision In Carrying Out Experimental Procedures.

  
  • CHM 3121 Advanced Analytical Chemistry (2)


    Prerequisite: CHM 3120  With A Passing Grade. A Development Of Topics Covered In CHM 3120  Followed By An Introduction To Electroanalytical Methods, Mass Spectrometry, Analytical Separation Methods, And Thermal Analysis Techniques.

  
  • CHM 3121L Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (2)


    Prerequisite: CHM 3120L  And CHM 3120  With Passing Grade. Advanced Titrimetric, Gravimetric, Photometric, And Potentiometric Analyses Of Ores And Pharmaceutical Samples. Introduction To Voltammetric And Chromatographic Analysis Methods

  
  • CHM 3610 Interm Inorganic Chem I


    Fundamental Principles Of Inorganic Chemistry Including Periodic Trends Chemical Bonding, Correlation Of Structure And Reactivity, Bonding Models Including Mo, Acids/bases, And Solvents

  
  • CHM 3611 Interm Inorganic Chem II


    Fundamental Principles Of Inorganic Chemistry Including Periodic Trends Chemical Bonding, Correlation Of Structure And Reactivity, Bonding Models Including Mo, Acids/bases, And Solvents

  
  • CHM 3612 Intermediate Inorganic Chemist


    An Advanced Study Of The Chemical Periodicity Of Properties On The Basis Of Atomic Structure And Consequent Trends Within The Periodic Table To Elaborate And Correlate Chemical Synthesis And Characteristic Reactivity Of All Known Elements

  
  • CHM 3905 Junior Special Topic In Chemistry I (1)


    Structured Activities Designed To Develop Strong Personal Skills, Technical Knowledge , Enhance Problem-solving Skills, Critical And Analytical Thinking, And Test-taking Stategies

  
  • CHM 3906 Jr. Special Topics In Chem II


    Structured Activities Designed To Develop Strong Personal Skills, Technical Knowledge , Enhance Problem-solving Skills, Critical And Analytical Thinking, And Test-taking Stategies

  
  • CHM 4081 Environmental Chm II


    Organic Geochemistry Of Natural Waters And Sediments. An Overview Of The Sources Of Organic Matter In Aquatic Systems, The Important Reactions And Transport Mechanisms That Control The Biochemical Cycling Of Organic Carbon In These Systems, And The Impact Of Naturally-occurring Organic Carbon On Environmental And Ecological Processes. Attention Will Also Be Devoted To Anthropogenic (xenobiotic) Organic Molecules. Discussion Of How Analytical Techniques Such As 13c Nmr, Mass Spectroscopy And Capillary Electrophoresis Provide Useful Organic Biogeochemical Information.

  
  • CHM 4130 Instrumen Analysis


  
  • CHM 4130L Instrumen Analy Lab


  
  • CHM 4220 Advanced Org Chem


  
  • CHM 4230 Qualitative Org Anal


  
  • CHM 4230L Qualitative Org Anal


  
  • CHM 4254 Organic Synthesis


    An Introductory Exploration Of The Principles Of Modern Organic Synthesis Based On The Retro-synthetic Approach.

  
  • CHM 4400 Phy Chem Life Sci I


  
  • CHM 4401 Phy Chem Life Sci II


  
  • CHM 4402L Phy Char Biomolecule


  
  • CHM 4410 Physical Chemistry I (4)


  
  • CHM 4410L Physical Chem I Lab


  
  • CHM 4411 Physical Chemistry II


  
  • CHM 4411L Phy Chemistry II Lab


  
  • CHM 4411L Phys Chem Mea Tec II


    Lab

  
  • CHM 4501 Phy Biochemistry


  
  • CHM 4610 Adv Inorganic Chem


  
  • CHM 4610L Adv Inorgan Chem Lab


  
  • CHM 4900 Short Courses in Chemistry (2)


  
  • CHM 4905 Dir Indiv Study


  
  • CHM 4930 Chemistry Seminar


  
  • CHM 5140C Electronic Instrumentation For Chemical Analysis (3)


    Review Of Basic Circuits For Ac And Dc Signals. Amplifiers, Operational Amplifiers, And Other Circuits Used For Analog Signal Processing. Modulation And Demodulation Techniques. Introduction To Digital Electronics, A-d/d-a Converters. Microprocessors And Introduction To Computer Control Of Chemical Instrumentation. S/n Enhancement Methods.

  
  • CHM 5150 Advanced Analytical Chemistry


  
  • CHM 5150C Advanced Analytical Chemistry (3)


    Acid-base, Complexation, Redox, And Solubility Equilibria Treated At An Advanced Level; Electrochemical Methods Of Analysis, Including Potentiometric, Coulometric, Voltammetric, And Conductiometric Methods. Statistical Methods Used In Chemical Analysis.

  
  • CHM 5151C Spectrochemical Analysis Methods (3)


    Spectrochemical Information And Measurements. Optical Sources, Transducers, And Dispersive Device Used In Atomic And Molecular Spectroscopy, Nondispersive Systems, Multichannel Analyzers, And Multiplexing Methods.

  
  • CHM 5152 Opt/spec Chem Anal


  
  • CHM 5154 Chemical Separations


  
  • CHM 5155 Chem Separation Mthd


  
  • CHM 5155C Chemical Separation Methods (3)


    Modern Filtration Technology, Distillation And Extraction Instrumentation And Methods, And Chromatographic Instrumentation And Methods Including Gas Liquid, Thin Layer Column, High Performance Liquid Chromatography, And Mass Spectrometry.

  
  • CHM 5225 Adv Org Chem Struc


  
  • CHM 5225C Advanced Organic Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: One Year Of Undergraduate Organic Chemistry And Consent Of Department. A Survey Of The Major Areas Of Contemporary Organic Chemistry, To Include Reaction Mechanisms, Reactive Intermediates, Molecular Rearrangements, Conformation Analysis, And Exercises In The Synthesis Of Complex Organic Molecules.

  
  • CHM 5226 Adv Organ Chem Reac


  
  • CHM 5250 Advan Orgnc Synthesi


  
  • CHM 5260C Physical Organic Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: Advanced Organic Chemistry. An Intensive Examination Of Molecular Orbital Theory And Orbital Symmetry; Thermochemistry And Thermochemical Kinetics Relations, To The Study Of Reaction Mechanisms; Solvent And Substituent Effects On Rates And Equilibria; Localized And Delocalized Bonding.

  
  • CHM 5262C Physical Organ Chem


  
  • CHM 5301 Bio-organic Chemistry


    An Advanced Discussion Of The Use Of Chemically Synthesized Molecular Models To Explain Biological/biochemical Processes And Reactions

  
  • CHM 5340C Protein Biochemistry


  
  • CHM 5380C Topics In Organic Synthesis (3)


    Prerequisite: Advanced Organic Chemistry. Discussion And Application Of Modern Synthetic Methodology Relating To Natural Products And Other Complex Organic Molecules, Blocking Groups And Selective Functional Group Interconversions.

  
  • CHM 5440C Chemical Kinetics (3)


    Prerequisite: Chemical And Statistical Thermodynamics Or Consent Of Department. Theory And Methods For The Study Of Reaction Rates And The Elucidation Of Reaction Mechanisms In The Gas And Liquid Phases.

  
  • CHM 5460 Chemical and Statistical Thermodynamics


  
  • CHM 5460C Chemical And Statistical Thermodynamics (3)


    Prerequisite: One Year Of Calculus Based Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Or By Consent Of The Department. The Purpose Of The Course Is To Extend The Student’s Knowledge Of Chemical And Statistical Thermodynamics First Introduced In An Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Course. The Student Should Obtain A Grasp Of The Underlying Dynamical And Statistical Nature Of Thermodynamics. The Main Emphasis Will Be In Equilibrium Thermodynamics; But Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics Will Also Be Presented.

  
  • CHM 5480C Quantum Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: One Year Of Calculus Based Physical Chemistry Or By Consent Of The Department. The Purpose Of The Course Is To Develop In The Student An Understanding Of The Fundamentals Of Quantum Mechanics And To Use Those Fundamentals As The Basis For Understanding The Electronic Structure Of Atoms And Molecules And, In Particular, The Bonding Structure Of Molecules. A Level Of Mathematics Rigor Including The Use Of Differential Equations And Vector Analysis Will Be Required For Dealing With The Material.

  
  • CHM 5490C Chemical Spectroscopy (3)


    Prerequisite: Quantum Chemistry. An Introduction To The Relationships Among Quantum Mechanical Formulations, Experimentally Determinable Quantities Obtained Via Spectroscopic Methods And Physical Parameters Related To The Structure Of Molecular Systems. The Main Scope Of The Course Will Be Devoted To An In-depth Development Of Relations For Elementary Systems.

  
  • CHM 5501C Enzymology


  
  • CHM 5513C X-ray Crystallography (3)


    Prerequisite: Inorganic Chemistry Principles. An Introductory Treatment Of The Principles And Basic Laws Of Crystallography. These Laws And Principles Will Be Used To Solve Molecular Structures From X-ray Diffraction Data.

  
  • CHM 5515 Therml & Stat Physic


  
  • CHM 5516 Therml & Stat Physic


  
  • CHM 5540C Chemical Application Of Group Theory (3)


    Prerequisite: Admission To Graduate Program. A Detailed Treatment Of The Principles Of Group Theory And Their Applications To Quantum Mechanics And Spectra Of Molecules.

  
  • CHM 5581 Adv Org Chm Reac


  
  • CHM 5620 Inorgan Chem Princip


  
  • CHM 5650C Structural Methods In Inorganic Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: Inorganic Chemistry Principles. A Brief Introductory Treatment Of Group Theory; Presentation Of Modern Structural Techniques Applicable To Elucidation Of Inorganic Molecules As Revealed Through Spectroscopic Methods.

  
  • CHM 5931 Special Topics (3 To 6)


    Prerequisite: Consent Of The Department. Coverage Of Selected Topics, Concepts And Theoretical Principles At The Graduate Level Of Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry And; Or Inorganic Chemistry. Coverage Of Subject Matter Is Tailored To The Needs And Interests Of The Graduate Student.

  
  • CHM 5942 Chemistry Laboratory Supervision And Instruction (3 To 6)


    Prerequisite: Consent Of The Department. Strong Emphasis Is Placed On Theoretical Principles Of Undergraduate Chemistry And Pedagogy And Reinforced With Graduate Student Teaching Of A Chemistry Laboratory Course Under Faculty Supervision.

  
  • CHM 5942L Chem Supv/instr Lab


  
  • CHM 5971 Graduate Thesis In Chemistry (6-9)


    Prerequisite: Completion Of Core Courses Or Consent Of Department. Students Will Conduct Individual Research Investigations In The Area Of Their Specific Interest Under The Direction And Supervision Of A Graduate Faculty Member. Upon Completion Of The Research Investigation, Each Student Must Submit A Thesis In The Acceptable Format To His Or Her Graduate Committee And Successfully Defend The Thesis In An Oral Presentation.

  
  • CHM 6935 Graduate Chemistry Seminar (1)


    Oral Presentations On Selected Topics In The Field Of Chemistry. Each Graduate Student Is Required To Present One Seminar In His Or Her Area Of Specialization According To Departmental Standards.


Chemistry Specialized

  
  • CHS 5105 Radiochemistry I (4)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1045 , PHY 3048 . This Course Sequences The Chemical Study Of Radioactive Elements, Both Natural And Artificial, And Their Use In The Study Of Biological, Physical And Chemical Process.

  
  • CHS 5106 Radiochemistry II (4)


    Prerequisite: CHS 5105 . Advanced Examination Of Radioactive Elements.

  
  • CHS 5610C Environmental Chemistry (3)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1045 , MAC 3311 . Natural And Anthropogenic Chemical Processes In Air, Water And Earth; Their Characteristics, And Effects On The Environment. The Chemistry Of Environmental Systems, And Of Environmentally Significant Processes In Industry, Agriculture, Waste Management And Energy Production.

  
  • CHS 5610L Environment Chem Lab



Civil Engineering Construction

  
  • CCE T999 Cce Transfer Course


  
  • CCE 3101 Construction Materials (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 , Properties And Characteristics Of Construction Materials For CIVil And Highway Engineers; Metals, Aggregates, Cements, Concrete, Asphalt And Timber.

  
  • CCE 3101L Construction Materials Lab (1)


    CCE 3101 , Prepare Concrete And Asphalt Specimens, Test Construction Materials Under Compression, Tension, Torsion Loading. Write Formal Laboratory Reports.

  
  • CCE 4004 Construction Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: Eng 3613, CCE 3101 , Theories, Principles, And Applications Of Engineering Professionalism And Ethics. Emphasis On Pre-design Planning, Scheduling, Contracts And Specification, Construction Methods, Equipment And Safety.

 

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