Course Description

Course Description

1011- Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory I
1 Credit Semester Hour
A general laboratory course covering aspects of qualitative and quantitative analysis and determination of chemical and physical properties.
Designed for Engineering majors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 1013 or 1033 and MATH 1113
TCCNS Equivalent Chem 1111

 

1013- General Inorganic Chemistry I
3 Credit Semester Hours
This course is designed for non-majors and non-minors. The first semester course entails exploration of the fundamental concepts, laws and theories of chemistry through study of the states of matter, a descriptive view of the periodic chart, chemical properties and reactions, chemical bonding and stoichiometry, solution and colloids.
Designed for non-majors and non-minors.
Co-requisite: MATH 1113
TCCNS Equivalent Chem 1311

 

1021- Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II
1 Credit Semester Hour
The second semester continuation of 1011. A general laboratory course covering aspects of qualitative and quantitative analysis and determination of chemical and physical properties.
Designed for Engineering majors.
Pre-requisite: MATH 1113
Co-requisite: CHEM 1023 or 1043
TCCNS Equivalent Chem 1112

 

1023- General Inorganic Chemistry II
3 Credit Semester Hours
The second semester course is designed for non-majors and non-minors. It includes theories of acids, bases and salts; elementary concepts of chemical kinetics and thermodynamics, equilibria, electrochemistry, and redox reactions; an introduction to organic chemistry and selected topics.
Designed for non-majors and non-minors.
Pre-requisite: CHEM 1013, or 1033 and MATH 1113
TCCNS Equivalent Chem 1312

 

1032- General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory I
2 Credit Semester Hours
A general laboratory course covering aspects of volumetric and gravimetric analysis, qualitative analysis, determination of chemical and physical properties, and chemical synthesis.
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 1033 or MATH 1113

 

1033- General Inorganic Chemistry I
3 Credit Semester hours
Theory of matter and concepts of measurement, atoms, molecules and ions. Stoichiometry and chemical calculations, reactions in aqueous solutions, kinetics of gases, thermo-chemistry, atomic structure, electron configurations and chemical bonds
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors.
Prerequisite: MATH 1113
TCCNS Equivalent Chem 1411

 

1034-Chemistry for Engineering
4 Credit Semester Hours
Fundamental and Physical principles in chemistry, bonding, thermodynamics and kinetics with emphasis to engineering applications.
Designed for Engineering majors ONLY.
Pre-requisite: High school AP chemistry or CHEM 1033 or 1013 or departmental approval

 

1042- General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II
2 Credit Semester Hours
A continuation of CHEM 1032. General laboratory course covering aspects of volumetric and gravimetric analysis, qualitative analysis, determination of chemical and physical properties, and chemical synthesis.
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors, and Biology majors
Prerequisite: MATH 1113
Co-requisite: CHEM 1043

 

1043- General Inorganic Chemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
A continuation of CHEM 1033. Bonding theory and molecular structure, intermolecular forces properties of solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid base equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry and introduction to organic chemistry.
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors.
Prerequisite: MATH 1113 and CHEM 1033
TCCNS Equivalent Chem 1412

 

1051- General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
1 Credit Semester Hour
A laboratory course in general chemistry for students in the health sciences.
Designed for Nursing majors or Health related majors.
TCCNS Equivalent CHEM 1105

 

1053- Introduction to General Chemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
A course in general chemistry for students in the health sciences.
Designed for Nursing majors or Health related majors.
TCCNS Equivalent CHEM 1305

 

2012- Quantitative Analysis Lecture
2 Credit Semester Hours
Introduction to the principles and techniques of volumetric and gravimetric analysis employing modern instrumentation. Techniques include potentiometric, spectrophotometric, precipitation, electrochemical, and separation methods.
Designed for students majoring in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.
Prerequisites: CHEM 1033 and 1043

 

2112- Quantitative Analysis Laboratory
2 Credit Semester Hours
The laboratory is a continuation of CHEM 2012.
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors.
Prerequisite: MATH 1113 CHEM 1033 and 1043

 

2032- General Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
2 Credit Semester Hours
A laboratory course including qualitative and quantitative investigations focusing on preparation and characterization of organic compounds.
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors and also Biology majors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 2033

 

2033- General Organic Chemistry Lecture I
3 Credit Semester Hours
Electronic structure and bonding, introduction to organic compounds, reactions of alkenes, stereochemistry, reactions of alkynes, electron delocalization and resonance, reaction of dienes, substitution and elimination reactions.
Designed for chemistry majors and minors, chemical engineering, and science majors.
Prerequisites: CHEM 1043

 

2042- General Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
2 Credit Semester Hours
The second semester continuation of 2032. A laboratory course including qualitative and quantitative investigations focusing on preparation and characterization of organic compounds.
Designed for Chemistry majors and minors and also Biology majors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 2043

 

2043- General Organic Chemistry Lecture II
3 Credit Semester Hours
A continuation of CHEM 2033. Substitution and elimination reactions, spectroscopic identification of organic compounds, reactions of substituted benzenes, reactions of carbonyl compounds, bioorganic compounds and special topics in organic chemistry.
Designed for chemistry majors and minors, chemical engineering, and science majors.
Prerequisites: CHEM 2033

 

3413- Physical Chemistry Lecture
3 Credit Semester
A rigorous treatment of thermodynamics (Laws), thermo-chemistry, application of thermodynamic laws to gases (ideal and real), chemical equilibria, ionic equilibria, and electrochemistry.
Designed for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering majors.
Prerequisite: CHEM 1043 and MATH 1124

 

3422- Physical Chemistry Laboratory
2 Credit Semester Hours
A laboratory course including experimental studies in chemical thermodynamics, equilibria, chemical kinetics, transport properties, spectroscopy, and molecular structure.
Designed for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering majors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 3413

 

3423- Physical Chemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
A continuation of CHEM 3413. Rate processes, kinetic theory and transport properties of gasses and liquids. An introduction to the Fundamentals of Quantum mechanics and spectroscopy. Atomic and molecular structure. Electric and magnetic properties of molecules.
Designed for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering majors.
Prerequisite: CHEM 3413 and MATH 2024

 

3432- Physical Chemistry Laboratory
2 Credit Semester Hours
This course is a continuation of CHEM 3422.
Designed for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering majors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 3423

 

4001- Journal Reading and Chemical Literature
1 Credit Semester Hour
Initial instruction in the methodology and practice of efficient use of the chemical literature. Detailed study of recent developments in chemistry. Designed to develop and stimulate research attitudes.
Designed for Chemistry majors.
Prerequisites: major in chemistry or permission from instructor.

 

4023- Forensic Chemistry
Credit 3 semester hours
Introduction to forensic science, chemical evidence handling, analysis and drug classification. Sampling techniques in forensic chemistry.
Prerequisites: CHEM 2033, 2043, 2012,2112,3413,3422

 

4032- Forensic Chemistry Laboratory
Credit 2 semester hours
Drug identification and confirmatory tests using spectroscopic techniques that include HPLC, GC, ICP/AES, FTIR. Sample handling and storage.
Prerequisite: CHEM 4053 or Departmental Approval

 

4033- Biochemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
A study of the chemical function of biological molecules: protein, lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Enzyme catalysis, Bioenergetics, Metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Interrelationship of the metabolic pathways.
Designed for Chemistry and Biology majors.
Prerequisites: CHEM 2033 and 2043 or permission from instructor.

 

4042- Biochemistry Laboratory
2 Credit Semester Hours
Experiments in basic methodology for the isolation, purification and characterization of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids and enzymes from natural products.
Designed for Chemistry and Biology majors.
Co-requisites: CHEM 4033 or permission from instructor.

 

4051- Research
1 Credit Semester Hour
Library and laboratory work on selected problems.
Designed for Chemistry majors.

 

4061- Research
1 Credit Semester Hour
Library and laboratory work on selected problems.
Designed for Chemistry majors.

 

4052- Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
2 Credit Semester Hours
Laboratory course that includes experimental applications of spectroscopy, electro analytical methods, and chromatography.
Designed for Chemistry majors.
Co-requisite: CHEM 4053

 

4053- Instrumental Analysis
3 credit semester hours
An introduction to the theory and application of modern instrumentation and techniques to the analysis of chemical systems. Includes interpretive spectroscopy, computer-assigned experimentation, and the use of the chemical literature.
Designed for Chemistry majors. 
Prerequisite: CHEM 3413, 3423, and 4013 or consent from instructor.

 

4063- Inorganic Chemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
Modern atomic theory and the Periodic System, valency and bonding. The constitution of inorganic compounds; coordination chemistry and ligand field theory. The chemistry of nonmetals including polyacids, peracids and hydrides. Reactions in nonaqueous systems. Some interstitial and nonstoichiometric compounds. Radioactivity and atomic integration.
Designed for Chemistry majors.
Prerequisite: CHEM 3413

 

4073- Topics in Physical Chemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
Selected topics in modern physical chemistry from areas including, but not limited to electrochemistry, surface chemistry, kinetics and reaction rate theory equilibria, and thermodynamics with applications to problems in chemistry and biology, computers in chemistry, and general mechanisms and pathways involved in the pollution of the environment.
Designed for Chemistry majors.
Prerequisites: CHEM 3413, 3423 and MATH 1124, 2024, and 2034

 

4991, 4992, 4993- Independent Study
1, 2, or 3 Credit Semester Hours
Readings, research, and/or field work on selected topics.
Designed for Chemistry majors.
Prerequisite: consent from advisor.

 



1061- General Organic Chemistry in Biochemistry Laboratory
1 Credit Semester Hour
A laboratory course in general organic and biochemistry.
Designed for Chemistry majors.

 

1063- Survey of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
A course in general organic chemistry and biochemistry.
Designed for students in the Health Sciences.
Prerequisite: CHEM 1053

 

2011- Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory
1 Credit Semester Hour
A laboratory course covering basic methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic compounds.

 

2013- Introductory Organic Chemistry
3 Credit Semester Hours
An introduction to aliphatic and aromatic compounds, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.
Designed for Agriculture and Home Economics majors.
Prerequisites: CHEM 1013-1023 or CHEM 1033-1043

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