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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

ADVANCED COURSES

Courses required for a Chemistry Major are as follows:

1.

Major in Chemistry For students pursuing a major in Chemistry the follow- ing are the required courses: CHEM 2160 (C20A), CHEM 2260 (C20B), CHEM 2360 (C20C), CHEM 2015 (C20D), CHEM 2025 (C20E) and twelve (12) credits from CHEM 3000 (C30) level courses, which should include at least eight (8) credits from CHEM 3160 (C30A), CHEM 3260 (C30B), and CHEM 3360 (C30C).

  • 2.

    Minor in Analytical Chemistry Chemistry majors can also pursue a minor in Analytical Chemistry by taking the following additional courses: CHEM 2460 (C20F), CHEM 3460 (C30F), CHEM 3461 (C31F).

  • 3.

    Minor in 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).

OPTION I CHEMISTRY AND MANAGEMENT 2004/2005

LEVEL I

Course

Course Title

MS15E

MS15F

SY13E EC10D EC16A CHEM 1060 (C11C) CHEM 1061 (C11D) COMP 1011

Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Cost and Mgt. Accounting Introduction to Sociology I Introduction to Economics I Introduction to Statistics Introductory Chemistry I Introductory Chemistry II Introduction to Information Technology

(CS11M, CS11N)

TOTAL YEAR I CREDITS

LEVEL II

Credits

(3 credits)

(6 credits)

(3 credits)

(30)

(C20A) Main Group Chemistry (4 credits)

(C20B) Organic Chemistry (C20C) Physical Chemistry (C20D) Spectroscopy

(C20E) Kinetics & Mechanism

  • a.

    CHEM 2160 CHEM 2260 CHEM 2360 CHEM 2015 CHEM 2025

  • b.

    MS22A

MS23C MS26A MS27A MS20A MS28D MS39M

MS39P

Organisational Behaviour Quantitative Methods Managerial Economics Business Law Principles of Marketing Financial Management Production and Operations Management Operations Planning and Control

(3 credits)

(3 credits)

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