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CHE 581. INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY. 1-3

CHE 592. SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY. 1-3 (may not be used for major field credit in the master’s degree program)

CHE 601. PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES IN THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES. History, theory, trends, and recent concepts. Emphasis on demonstrations, testing, planning and laboratory procedures. 3

CHE 612. TOPICS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. Specialized areas in analytical chemistry including AA, IR, NMR, GC/MS, X-Ray diffraction. 3

CHE 618. DNA SCIENCE. Methods to isolate, amplify, manipulate, and analyze DNA sequences. Societal implications of DNA technology are considered. Each student must design and perform an independent laboratory experiment supported by a scholarly paper. Prerequisites: One semester of organic chemistry and cell biology or biochemistry. 4

CHE 625. TOPICS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. A continuation of the study of organic chemistry with emphasis on mechanism, theory, and modern synthetic techniques. Special attention will be focused on topics of current interest. 3

CHE 640. FORENSIC SCIENCE METHODS. Specific instrumental methods and techniques utilized in forensic science to examine physical evidence. Prerequisite: General chemistry and survey of organic chemistry. 3

CHE 660. BIOCHEMISTRY. Specialized topics and current trends in biochem- istry. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. 3

CHE 674. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL THERMODYNAMICS. Advanced treat- ment of fundamental principles of thermodynamics, including classical and statis- tical thermodynamics. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. 3

CHE 680. TOPICS IN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. Special topics including, theoreti- cal chemistry, quantum chemistry, spectroscopy, kinetics, electrochemistry, and chemical physics. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. 3

CHE 689. CHEMICAL RESEARCH. Special problems in chemical research. Pre- requisite: Consent of instructor. 3

CHE 690. THESIS. 6

Physics

PHY 500. BIOPHYSICS. 3 PHY 501. ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION. 3 PHY 533. NUCLEAR METHODS. 3 PHY 563. PROBLEMS IN PHYSICS. 1-4

PHY 592. SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHYSICS. 1-6 (may not be used for major field credit in the master’s degree program)

PHY 601. DIGITAL AND COMPUTER ELECTRONICS. Digital circuitry and in- struments; conversions between analog and digital signals; computer organiza- tion and components. Prerequisite: PHY 501 or permission of instructor. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours. 3

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