Chemistry - CHEM

CHEM F100X Chemistry in Complex Systems (n)

4 Credits


Fundamentals of chemistry with an emphasis on the role of chemistry in environmental and life systems. The role of feedback systems on chemical behavior is illustrated in atmospheric, aquatic, nuclear and nutritional systems. Special fees apply. For non-science majors. Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL F111X or higher; placement in DEVM F105 or higher; or permission of instructor. (3+3)

CHEM F103X Basic General Chemistry (n)

4 Credits
Offered Fall

Fundamentals of chemistry including historical and descriptive aspects as well as basic mathematical concepts. Fulfills the laboratory part of the natural science requirement and prepares the student for CHEM F105X. Note: This course satisfies elective credit only. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL F111X or higher; placement in DEVM F105 or higher; or permission of instructor. (3+3)

CHEM F104X A Survey of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry (n)

4 Credits
Offered Spring

Fundamentals of chemistry as applied to biological systems. Bridges the gap between a general chemistry course and biochemical concepts of other health-related sciences. Recommended for health-science degree candidates and non-science majors interested in the central role of chemistry in life. May be used to meet the general laboratory science requirement or for preparation for CHEM F105X. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F103X; placement in ENGL F111X or higher; placement in DEVM F105 or higher; or permission of instructor. (3+3)

CHEM F105X General Chemistry I (n)

4 Credits


CHEM F105X-F106X, together, constitute the standard one-year engineering and science-major general chemistry course with laboratory. Major subjects include measurements, calculations, atomic and molecular structure, gas laws, stoichiometry, an introduction to organic chemistry, chemical reactions and related energy changes. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL F111X or higher; placement in MATH F107X or higher; or a B or better in CHEM F103X; or permission of instructor and department chair. Co-requisite: CHEM F105L. Students must be enrolled in both CHEM F105X and CHEM F105L to receive full credit. (3+3)

CHEM F106X General Chemistry II (n)

4 Credits


Major subjects include reaction kinetics, equilibrium (including acids and bases, solubility and complex ion formation), nuclear chemistry, electrochemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: C- grade or better in CHEM F105X; placement in ENGL F111X or higher; placement in MATH F107X or higher; or permission of instructor and department chair. Co-requisite: CHEM F106L. Students must be enrolled in both CHEM F106X and CHEM F106L to receive full credit. (3+3)

CHEM F190 Alaska Statewide High School Science Symposium

2 Credits
Offered Spring

Students employ the scientific method to approach a problem of personal interest. Student work is molded into a research paper delivered orally in a formal scientific presentation for judges with wide-ranging experiences. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: High School student grades 9-12. Recommended: Research completion, abstract and paper writing/submission, ASHSSS presentation. (0+10)

CHEM F202 Basic Inorganic Chemistry (n)

3 Credits
Offered Spring

Introduction to coordination theory, crystal field theory, kinetics and mechanisms of substitutions and redox reactions, unit cells and ionic bonding, periodic law, and descriptive chemistry of selected main group elements. Special fees apply. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F106X. (2+3)

CHEM F212 Chemical Equilibrium and Analysis (n)

4 Credits
Offered Fall

Aqueous chemical equilibrium as applied to chemical analysis, separations, spectrophotometry, potentiometry and factors considered in the analytical approach. Lab portion will include introductory experiments in analytical and instrumental techniques. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in CHEM F106X; MATH F107X or equivalent. (3+3)

CHEM F313 Chemical Analysis of Dynamic Systems (n)

2 Credits
Offered Fall

Introduction to modern methods of chemical analysis for the solution of specific environmental or biochemical problems. Focus on planning efficient experiments, assuring reliable results and specific operations done in the lab. Laboratory experiments are multi-week projects requiring bench chemistry and instrumental methods. Collaborative groups are used in the laboratory and in writing laboratory reports. Special fees apply. Co-requisite: CHEM F212 or junior standing. (1+4)

CHEM F314 W Analytical Instrumental Laboratory (n)

3 Credits
Offered Spring

A laboratory course focusing on the acquisition and interpretation of spectroscopic and chromatographic data for qualitative characterization and quantitative chemical measurements. Students will learn to design and execute experiments with a variety of instruments, critically evaluate experimental data, and communicate their findings through scientific writing. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F212; ENGL F211X or ENGL F213X and must be a Chemistry major or have permission of the instructor. (1+6)

CHEM F321 Organic Chemistry I (n)

4 Credits
Offered Fall

A systematic study of the more important functional groups of carbon compounds, including their mechanisms of reaction, methods of synthesis, and physical and spectroscopic properties. Lab portion will include an introduction to synthetic techniques and spectroscopy. Special fees apply. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F106X or permission of instructor. (3+3)

CHEM F322 Organic Chemistry II

3 Credits
Offered Spring

A systematic study of the more important functional groups of carbon compounds, including their mechanisms of reaction, methods of synthesis and physical and spectroscopic properties. Prerequisites: CHEM F321 or permission of instructor. (3+0)

CHEM F323 Organic Chemistry Laboratory

1 Credits
Offered Spring

A laboratory designed to illustrate modern techniques of isolation, purification, analysis and structure determination of covalent, principally organic, compounds. Intended for health science majors; chemistry majors must take CHEM F324W instead. Special fees apply. Co-requisite: CHEM F322 (0+3)

CHEM F324 W Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory (n)

3 Credits
Offered Spring

A laboratory designed to illustrate modern techniques of isolation, purification, analysis and structure determination of covalent, principally organic, compounds. Emphasis on research techniques including 2D nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Intended for chemistry majors. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: ENGL 211X or ENGL F213X; CHEM F212 or permission of instructor. Co-requisites: CHEM F322. (1+6)

CHEM F331 Physical Chemistry I

4 Credits
Offered Fall

Principles of thermodynamics and kinetics with applications to phase equilibria, solutions, chemical equilibrium and electrochemistry. Course teaches these concepts using both lecture and laboratory instruction. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F106X; MATH F201X; PHYS F104X or PHYS F212X; or permission of instructor. (3+3)

CHEM F332 Physical Chemistry II

4 Credits
Offered Spring

Atomic and molecular structure, and spectroscopy, and statistical mechanics. Course teaches these concepts using both lecture and laboratory instruction. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F331; MATH F202X; or permission of instructor. (3+3)

CHEM F360 Cell and Molecular Biology (n)

3 Credits
Offered Fall or Spring

An introduction to the structure and function of cells. Topics include: the structure and function of cellular components, including proteins, membranes and organelles; understanding how cells communicate; and how information is processed in the cell via DNA replication, transcription and translation. Prerequisites: BIOL F260; CHEM F105X; CHEM F106X or concurrent enrollment. Cross-listed with BIOL F360. (3+0)

CHEM F402 Inorganic Chemistry

3 Credits
Offered Fall

Symmetry and group theory, molecular orbital theory, solid state chemistry, acids and bases, redox reactions, non-aqueous solvents, descriptive chemistry of some main group elements. Prerequisites: CHEM F202; CHEM F322; CHEM F332. (1+6)

CHEM F406 Atmospheric Chemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Odd-numbered Years

Chemistry of the lower atmosphere (troposphere and stratosphere) including photochemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, box modeling, biogeochemical cycles and measurement techniques for atmospheric pollutants; study of important impacts to the atmosphere which result from anthropogenic emissions of pollutants, including acid rain, the "greenhouse" effect, urban smog and stratospheric ozone depletion. Prerequisites: CHEM F332 or equivalent or permission of instructor. Stacked with CHEM F606; ATM F606. (3+0)

CHEM F420 NMR Spectroscopy of Natural Products

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Use of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for the interpretation of the structure of organic molecules. Both one- and two-dimensional techniques will be covered. Theory will be introduced but most of the course will be structural elucidation by NMR. Includes training and use of the Varian Mercury NMR instrument. Prerequisites: CHEM F321; CHEM F322. Stacked with CHEM F620. (3+0)

CHEM F434 W Chemistry Capstone Laboratory (n)

3 Credits
Offered Fall

A capstone laboratory course with three major components: 1) experiments related to concepts learned in physical, analytical and inorganic chemistry courses emphasizing kinetics, spectroscopy and thermodynamics; 2) computer use in problem solving, data analysis and word processing; and 3) technical writing with emphasis on preparation of papers for publication. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: ENGL F111X; ENGL F211X or ENGL F213X; CHEM F212; CHEM F202 or permission of instructor. Co-requisites: CHEM F332. (1+6)

CHEM F450 General Biochemistry--Macromolecules

3 Credits
Offered Fall

Focuses on the biochemistry of the two principal macromolecules: nucleic acids and proteins. Topics include: nucleotides metabolism, DNA structure and topology, DNA replication, DNA repair and recombination, cell cycle regulation, RNA transcription and processing. Gene expression, translation and protein metabolism. Biomedical relevance and contemporary techniques will be addressed if appropriate. Prerequisites: CHEM F322 or permission of instructor. (3+0)

CHEM F451 General Biochemistry--Metabolism

3 Credits
Offered Spring

The biochemistry of metabolism. Topics include: chemistry of amino acids and its implication, protein structure-function, enzyme catalysis, glucose and glycogen metabolism and regulation, bioenergetics, lipid metabolism and biomembranes, amino acid metabolism and regulation of metabolism. Biomedical relevance and contemporary techniques will be addressed if appropriate. Prerequisites: CHEM F321; or permission of instructor. Recommended: CHEM F331. (3+0)

CHEM F455 W,O Environmental Toxicology

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Environmental toxicology will focus on the general properties and principles of persistent and/or poisonous (toxic) chemicals commonly encountered in air, water, fish and wildlife. Numerous natural and synthetic chemicals in the environment will be discussed from a global perspective with some bias towards arctic and subarctic regions. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F451; BIOL F303 or one semester each of organic chemistry and cell or molecular biology; or permission of instructor; ENGL F111X; ENGL F211X or F213X; COMM F131X or COMM F141X. Cross-listed with BIOL F455. (3+0)

CHEM F470 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the cellular and molecular underpinnings of signaling in the nervous system. Discussion will be focused on properties of excitable membranes, synaptic transmission, and neurological integration. Fundamentals of the functional properties of neurons will provide the background for discussions of small neuronal circuits that regulate behavior, the cellular/molecular basis of learning and memory, and pharmacological approaches for the treatment of neuronal pathologies. Prerequisites: Two F300-level courses in BIOL or CHEM; MATH F200X OR MATH F272X; or permission of instructor Recommended: MATH F201X Cross-listed with BIOL F679 (3+0)

CHEM F474 Neurochemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

Covers basic and applied aspects of interneuronal signaling of specific neurotransmitter systems. Lectures will be based on chapters from assigned text as well as recent and historical literature relevant to these topics. Basic concepts introduced in lectures will be applied through guided discussion of original research papers. Students will learn to prepare "peer reviews" of selected papers and critically discuss original research. Prerequisites: BIOL F115X; CHEM F322; BIOL F417O or CHEM F470 or PSY F335. Stacked with CHEM F676. (3+0)

CHEM F481 Seminar

1 Credits


Introduction to the techniques and style of technical oral presentation generally accepted by professional chemists. Class will meet two hours per week, the first hour in closed session, the second, open to the public. Seminar attendance and participation in observing and critiquing presentations by graduate students, chemistry faculty, and their peers is required. Note: Oral communication intensive credit is earned upon successful completion of CHEM F482. Prerequisites: COMM F131X or COMM F141X. (2+0)

CHEM F482 O Seminar

2 Credits


Introduction to the techniques and style of technical oral presentation generally accepted by professional chemists. Class will meet two hours per week, the first hour in closed session, the second, open to the public. Preparation of a 40 minute presentation to be delivered twice, first, to others in the course in the closed session for critiquing and suggestions for improvement and later, in the open seminar for evaluation by all. Prerequisites: CHEM F481; COMM F131X or COMM F141X. (2+0)

CHEM F488 Undergraduate Chemistry and Biochemistry Research

2-3 Credits


Advanced research topics from outside the usual undergraduate laboratory offerings. The student will be required to make presentations and turn in a final report. Research areas range from atmospheric chemistry to molecular biology. A substantial level of chemistry or biochemistry background is assumed. Special fees apply. Prerequisites or Co-requisites: CHEM F324 or CHEM F434 or CHEM F413, or permission of instructor. (0+6-9)

CHEM F601 Introduction to Atmospheric Sciences

3 Credits
Offered Fall

Fundamentals of atmospheric science. Includes energy and mass conservation, internal energy and entropy, atmospheric water vapor, cloud microphysics, equations of motion, hydrostatics, phase oxidation, heterogeneous chemistry, the ozone layer, fundamentals of biogeochemical cycles, solar and terrestrial radiation and radiative-convective equilibrium. Also includes molecular, cloud and aerosol absorption and scattering. Prerequisites: Graduate standing. Cross-listed with ATM F601. (3+0)

CHEM F602 Bioinorganic Chemistry

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Survey of structure, functions, and chemical properties of natural metalloproteins and metalloenzymes, roles of metalloproteins in nucleic acid formation and replication, metal-based medicines. Prerequisites: CHEM F450 or CHEM F451. (3+0)

CHEM F605 Aquatic Chemistry

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Chemistry of aquatic systems, including the development of equilibrium and kinetic models to understanding the speciation, transformation and partitioning of inorganic chemical species in natural and engineered water systems. Emphasis is on the study of acid-base chemistry, complexation, precipitation-dissolution and reduction-oxidation reactions. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ENVE F641. (3+0)

CHEM F606 Atmospheric Chemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Odd-numbered Years

Chemistry of the lower atmosphere (troposphere and stratosphere) including photochemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, box modeling, biogeochemical cycles and measurement techniques for atmospheric pollutants; study of important impacts to the atmosphere which result from anthropogenic emissions of pollutants, including acid rain, the "greenhouse" effect, urban smog and stratospheric ozone depletion. Prerequisites/Co-requisite: ATM F601 or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ATM F606. (3+0)

CHEM F609 Environmental Geochemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Odd-numbered Years

Focus on advanced topics and methods in chemistry of aquatic and soil environments. Detailed treatment of the thermodynamic, kinetic and structural principles involved in the description and modeling of low-temperature aqueous geochemical systems. Particular emphasis on heterogeneous interactions, including dissolution/precipitation, sorption and microbial processes, involved in the partitioning, transformation and transport of chemical species in the environment. Prerequisites: ENVE F641 or GEOS F618 or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with GEOS F633. (3+0)

CHEM F618 Crystallography and Diffraction

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

The structure of solid-state materials and the analysis of materials using X-ray scattering techniques. Material structure topics will include crystal lattices, space-group symmetry, projections, the reciprocal lattice, and crystal chemistry. Methods for investigating the structure of materials and identification of phase will be covered in depth including: fundamentals of X-ray scattering, diffraction from single crystals, powder diffraction (quantitative) phase analysis, Rietveld refinements, texture analysis, and reflectivity. Students will be trained in the use of modern X-ray disciplines including materials chemistry, mineralogy, petrology, and engineering materials with an emphasis on methods of data collection and analysis. Special fees apply. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. (3+2)

CHEM F620 NMR Spectroscopy of Natural Products

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Use of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for the interpretation of the structure of organic molecules. Both one- and two-dimensional techniques will be covered. Theory will be introduced but most of the course will be structural elucidation by NMR. Includes training and use of the Varian Mercury NMR instrument. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. Stacked with CHEM F420. (3+0)

CHEM F621 Enzymology and Bio-Organic Chemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

Applications of the methods and concepts of physical organic chemistry to enzyme-catalyzed reactions. Prerequisites: CHEM F451. (3+0)

CHEM F622 Biosynthesis of Plant Natural Products

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Three major pathways of plant secondary metabolism: terpene, shikimate and acetogenic pathways. Includes discussion of offshoots of these pathways to various classes of alkaloids. Use of stable and radioisotopes in conjunction with modern NMR spectroscopy and kinetic isotope effects will be stressed. Prerequisites: CHEM F322. (3+0)

CHEM F623 Molecular Modeling

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

Theory and practice of quantum and molecular mechanics methods in organic, physical, inorganic and environmental chemistry and biochemistry; applications of computational software on workstations and multi-processor servers. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in chemistry of biochemistry, one year each of undergraduate organic, physical and analytical chemistry or equivalent or permission of instructor. Recommended: CHEM F402. (2+0+3)

CHEM F631 Environmental Fate and Transport

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

Examination of the physical properties that govern the behavior, fate and transport of contaminants released into the environment. Topics include air-water partitioning and exchange, organic solvent-water partitioning, diffusion, sorption, chemical and biological transformation reactions, and modeling concepts. Cross-listed with ATM F631. (3+0)

CHEM F632 Molecular Spectroscopy

3 Credits
Offered Fall Odd-numbered Years

Application of quantum mechanics to molecular bonding and spectroscopy. Topics include: applications of lasers to probe chemical reactivity, photochemistry and the detection of trace compounds in mixtures. Variable content. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: CHEM F332 or permission of instructor. (3+0)

CHEM F654 Protein Structure and Function

3 Credits
Offered Fall Odd-numbered Years

Contemporary topics in peptide and protein biochemistry. Topics include peptide synthesis, protein modification, comparative aspects of structure, protein engineering, enzyme and receptor function as well as molecular modeling. Prerequisites: CHEM F451. (3+0)

CHEM F655 Environmental Toxicology

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Environmental toxicology will focus on the general properties and principles of persistent and/or poisonous (toxic) chemicals commonly encountered in air, water, fish and wildlife. Numerous natural and synthetic chemicals in the environment will be discussed from a global perspective with some bias towards arctic and subarctic regions. Special fees apply. Prerequisites: CHEM F451; BIOL F303; or one semester each of organic chemistry and cell or molecular biology or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with BIOL F656. (3+0)

CHEM F657 Molecular Foundations of Gene Expression

3 Credits
Offered Fall Odd-numbered Years

The molecular regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes and eukaryotes in the context of development and disease. Major topics include: protein/DNA interactions, structure-function relations of transcription factors, signal transduction, control of transcription and translation, chromatin structure and DNA replication. Prerequisites: CHEM F451; CHEM F456; CHEM F461 or equivalent; or permission of instructor. (3+0)

CHEM F658 Current Techniques in Biochemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

Focuses on current techniques in biochemistry. This is a laboratory intensive course covering: Restriction Enzymes, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), DNA electrophoresis, Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assays (ELISA), DNA recombination and cloning, protein purification by affinity chromatography, protein electrophoresis, Western blots, enzyme kinetics, protein quantification by spectrophotometry, and basic tissue culture techniques. It is an important goal of this graduate course to emphasize experimental design, evaluation, and trouble shooting within each of the biochemical techniques and also to challenge students to develop their own experimental designs, evaluate the scope and limitations of the design/technique, and propose solutions for potential problems. Special fees apply. Prerequisite: CHEM F450; CHEM F451; graduate standing; or permission of the instructor. (1+6)

CHEM F660 Chemical Oceanography

3 Credits
Offered Spring

An integrated study of the chemical, biological and physical processes that determine the distribution of chemical variables in the sea. The distribution of stable and radioisotopes are used to follow complex chemical cycles, with particular emphasis on the cycles of nutrient elements. The chemistry of carbon is considered in detail. Implications of the mid-ocean ridge vent system to ocean chemistry are examined. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with MSL F660. (3+0)

CHEM F666 Scientific Teaching

2 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

This course explores methods for teaching science at the university level. Emphasis is placed on methods of course design, instructional techniques, assessment and course management that have been shown by research to improve student learning. This course is intended for graduate students in the sciences who have an interest in improving their teaching skills. The course format will be a mixture of discussion, workshops and seminars. If the course is over-enrolled, priority will be given to teaching assistants who are assigned to teach large, introductory level (100 or 200 level) courses during the semester they are taking this course. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. Cross-listed with STO F666, BIOL F666, GEOS F666. (2+0)

CHEM F670 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the cellular and molecular underpinnings of signaling in the nervous system. Discussions will be focused on properties of excitable membranes, synaptic transmission, and neurological integration. Fundamentals of the functional properties of neurons will provide the background for discussions of small neuronal circuits that regulate behavior, the cellular/molecular basis of learning and memory, and pharmacological approaches for the treatment of neuronal pathologies. Prerequisites: Two F300-level courses in BIOL or CHEM; MATH F200X OR MATH F272X; or permission of instructor Recommended: MATH F201X. Cross-listed with BIOL F679. (3+0)

CHEM F671 Receptor Pharmacology

3 Credits
Offered Spring Odd-numbered Years

Covers basic drug/recoptor theory to train students to a) assess affinity and efficacy of receptor ligands; b) work with and interpret functional assays and binding results; c) critically evaluate original research regarding receptor pharmacology with an emphasis on ligan-gated ion channels and G-protein coupled receptors; and c) identify testable hypotheses and design experiments to test these hypotheses. Prerequisites: Upper-division or graduate biochemistry or neurochemistry course or permission of instructor. Recommended: BIOL F417 Neurobiology is recommended. (3+0)

CHEM F674 Membrane Biochemistry and Biophysics

3 Credits
Offered Spring Odd-numbered Years

Basic biophysical and molecular processes associated with membrane-mediated events in the context of cellular physiology. Major topics includes biochemical and biophysical characteristics of membrane lipids; structure-function relation of membrane proteins; protein trafficking/targeting; vesicle transport and membrane fusion/exocytosis; the nature of membrane excitability; and the role of membrane in bioenergetics. Prerequisites: CHEM F451; CHEM F456; CHEM F461 or equivalent, or permission of instructor. (3+0)

CHEM F675 Cellular Signaling

3 Credits
Offered Fall Even-numbered Years

Cellular signaling is of vital importance in complex biomolecular systems, development, physiology, and pathology and thus, constitutes a major topic in modern medical and pharmacological research. This course concentrates on cellular signal transduction and regulation in higher animals and humans. Major topics include G-proteins, Protein kinases, Ca2, cAMP, lipid mediators, adaptor proteins and signal recognition domains. Prerequisites: Upper division or graduate biochemistry or neurochemistry course or permission of instructor. (3+0)

CHEM F676 Neurochemistry

3 Credits
Offered Spring Even-numbered Years

Covers basic and applied aspects of interneuronal signaling of specific neurotransmitter systems. Lectures will be based on chapters from assigned text as well as recent and historical literature relevant to these topics. Basic concepts introduced in lectures will be applied through guided discussion of original research papers. Students will learn to prepare "peer reviews" of selected papers and critically discuss original research. Prerequisites: BIOL F115X; CHEM F322; BIOL F417O or CHEM F470 or PSY F335. Stacked with CHEM F474. (3+0)

CHEM F688 Biochemical and Molecular Biology Seminar

0-1 Credits


A seminar on various topics related to biochemistry and molecular biology including discussions of recent literature and research results. (1+0)

CHEM F691 Research Presentation Techniques

1 Credits
Offered Fall

Review of recent research in chemistry to expose students to recent findings, methodologies and concepts in a broad range of chemistry and related disciplines. How to present and defend research proposals. Course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in physical sciences or permission of instructor. (1+0)

CHEM F692 Seminar

1-6 Credits


(1-6+0)