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FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

MARINE BIOLOGY BIOL 2063 (Z23C) BIOL 3461 (Z31A)

BIOL 3864 (Z34D)

BIOL 3863 (Z34E)

Marine Ecology (4) Coastal Ecosystem Management (4) Fisheries Biology & Management (4) (not offered in 2004/05) Tropical Aquaculture (4) (not offered in 2004/05)

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APPLIED PHYSICS Electronics [PHYS2282 (P28C), PHYS2291 (P29B), PHYS3382 (P38C), PHYS3391 (P39B) ]

Medical Physics and Bioengineering [PHYS2290 (P29A), PHYS2291 (P29B), PHYS3391

(P39B), PHYS3390 (P39A) ]

CHEMISTRY Students not pursuing a major in Chemistry can obtain a minor with the following courses: CHEM 2160 (C20A), CHEM 2260 (C20B), CHEM 2360 (C20C), and either CHEM 2015 (C20D), or CHEM 2025 (C20E)

Environmental Physics Any four (4) of: [PHYS2292 (P29C), PHYS2293 (P29D), PHYS3392

(P39C), PHYS3393(P39D), PHYS2295 (P29F) ]

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Chemistry majors can also pursue a minor in Analytical Chemistry by taking the following additional courses:

Material Sciences Any four (4) of: [PHYS2294 - (P29E), PHYS3394 (P39E), PHYS3396 (P39G), PHYS3395 (P39F), PHYS2295 - (P29F) ]

CHEM 2460 (C20F), (C31F).

CHEM 3460 (C30F), CHEM 3461

Note: For the composition of the major and accompanying minor(s), no course can be used more than once.

COMPUTER SCIENCE Students are required to take 4 courses (a total of 16 credits) as follows:

COMP 2000A (CS20A) COMP 2500 (CS24E) Any two of: COMP 2200 (CS21E) COMP 2700 (CS27E)

COMP 3000 (CS30E)

COMP 3100 (CS31A) COMP 3150 (CS32A) COMP 3250 (CS32F)

Data Structures Object Oriented Programming

Computer Architecture Database Management Systems I Design & Analysis of Algorithms Operating Systems Computer Networks Software Engineering

MATHEMATICS Students are required to do any two (2 )core courses including either M 20A or M 21A and any two (2) other Mathematics courses at advance level (Level II/Level III).

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