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CHE 110 The Chemical World (3 credits)
An introductory course for the non-science major providing a basic understanding of chemistry and its impact on human life. Topics covered include: the fundamentals of chemistry, and a selection from among the chemistry of foods, drugs, health and disease, air and water pollution radiation, nuclear power, and other applied areas of chemistry.
CHE 225 Introduction to Industrial Chemistry (3 credits)
Students will be able to describe basic industries comprising the chemical industry in terms of raw materials used, reactions involved, processes employed, products manufactured and markets served. Students will develop a basic understanding of large-scale chemical manufacturing, including scale-up and equipment, cost calculations, environmental impact and constraints, and career opportunities.
CHE 296 Topics in Chemistry (3 credits)
This course will treat one or more topics such as advanced analytical techniques, pharmacological chemistry, environmental chemistry, and immunochemistry which are not part of the standard course offerings of the department.
CHE 480 Research Chemistry (3 credits)
Conference, library and laboratory research. Students will pursue, by selection and individual invitation of the departmental faculty, research projects under faculty supervision in the areas of inorganic, organic, biochemical, physical and analytical chemistry. Each student will submit a report of his or her research at the close of the semester and give an oral presentation.