Please note that not all of the courses listed below will be available during the current semester. Please check with the department as to the availability of a particular class.

Description: An introduction to biological organization stressing the molecular and cellular aspects of living organisms. The chemistry of life, the cell, the gene, and mechanisms of evolution.

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: The origin of life and diversity of organisms seen in five biological kingdoms. Topics include nutrient acquisition, digestion, circulation, response to stimuli, movement, reproduction, behavior, and ecology.

Prerequisites: BIO 2105 or HON 1075

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Qualitative and quantitative laboratory experiments which include: the reactions of metals with water; the collection and plotting of data; acid-base titrations; oxidation-reduction titrations; the use of the pH meter and the determination of acid-base titration curves; the use of the spectrophotometer.

Corequisites: CHM 1131 or CHM 1151

Credit Hours: 1.0

Description: Students will be required to identify all metal ions present in an unknown solution. Quantitative titrations of sodium carbonate and the total hardness of water. Synthesis of inorganic compounds and determination of the formula of a transition metal complex ion using spectroscopic methods.

Corequisites: CHM 1152 or CHM 1156 (Note: Engineering students are waived from this lab.)

Prerequisites: CHM 1103

Credit Hours: 1.0

Description: Basic concepts of chemistry covering the following topics: properties of bulk matter; stoichiometry; colligative properties of solutions; thermochemistry; redox reactions; equilibrium and kinetics. For science, pre-med and engineering students.

Corequisites: CHM 1103

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Descriptive presentation of atomic orbitals; molecular structure; chemical and physical trends in the periodic table; general descriptive chemistry of the elements; complex ions and factors that drive chemical reactions. For science, pre-med and engineering students.

Prerequisites: CHM 1151

Corequisites: CHM 1104

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Practical experience in techniques used for separation, purification, and isolation of synthetic as well as naturally occurring organic compounds. Semi-micro and micro scale experiments. Crystallization, distillation, extraction, and chromatography are introduced.

Corequisites: CHM 2211

Credit Hours: 1.0

Description: Further training in laboratory techniques used in organic chemistry, including those introduced in CHM 2201, and utilization of such techniques in representative types of organic reactions. Semi-micro and micro scale experiments.

Prerequisites: CHM 2211

Corequisites: CHM 2212

Credit Hours: 1.0

Description: Fundamental principles of organic chemistry stressing the relation of structure and reactivity. Structure and bonding; stereochemistry; acids, and bases; electrophilic addition, elimination and nucleophilic substitution.

Prerequisites: (CHM 1151 and CHM 1152) or (CHM 1151 and CHM 1156)

Corequisites: CHM 2201

Credit Hours: 3.0

Description: Continuation of CHM 2211. Carbonyl group reactions, aromatic chemistry, spectroscopy and special topics such as heterocycles, carbohydrates and nucleosides, amino acids and proteins, lipids, radicals, rearrangements, polymers and photochemistry.

Prerequisites: CHM 2211 and CHM 2201

Corequisites: CHM 2202

Credit Hours: 3.0

Description: Limits, transcendental functions (logarithms, exponential functions, inverse trigonometric functions), differentiation (definition, tangent lines, rates of change, techniques, implicit differentiation, related rates), applications of differentiation (graphing, optimization), indeterminate forms and L'Hopital's Rule. Use of a computer algebra system, eg. MAPLE.

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Integration (indefinite, definite), applications of integration (area, volume, applications to physics and economics, etc.), methods of integration, approximate integration (trapezoidal and Simpson's rules), improper integrals, differential equations, infinite sequences and series. Continued use of a computer algebra system.

Prerequisites: MAT 1500

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Parametric equations; polar, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates; vectors and the geometry of space; vector functions (derivatives, integrals, curvature, etc.); partial derivatives; optimization; multiple integration and its applications; vector calculus (line integrals, vector analysis). Continued use of a computer algebra system.

Prerequisites: MAT 1505

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: First order and linear second order differential equations, matrices and linear equation systems, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and linear systems of differential equations.

Prerequisites: MAT 1505

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Data displays and summarization, probability distributions, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing, categorical data analysis, regression and correlation.

Prerequisites: MAT 1505

Credit Hours: 3.0

Description: Object-oriented design: objects, classes, methods, encapsulation; programming fundamentals: data, variables, selection, loops, arrays, input/output; basic graphics and graphical user interfaces.

Credit Hours: 4.0

Description: Vectors, kinematics, and dynamics of particles, rigid bodies, and fluids. Recommended for Science majors.

Prerequisites: MAT 1500

Credit Hours: 3.0

Description: Selected experiments demonstrating the fundamental principles of Mechanics and Waves with emphasis on techniques of measurements and data analysis. Recommended for Science majors.

Corequisites: PHY 2410

Credit Hours: 1.0

Description: Electrostatics, DC circuits, magnetism, and AC circuits. Recommended for Science majors.

Prerequisites: (PHY 2410 and MAT 1505)

Credit Hours: 3.0

Description: Recommended for Science majors.

Corequisites: PHY 2412

Credit Hours: 1.0