Course Descriptions

CH 040 CHEM, SOCIETY & THE ENVIRON   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 100 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY   4.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 101 PHYSICAL SCIENCE   2.00000 Credit(s)
This course introduces the culture, language, values, methods, and outcomes of chemistry and physics. Important concepts are presented on a framework of contemporary issues and technology such as the energy, consumer products, medicinal drugs, nutrition, and biotechnology and will address the ethical and moral issues associated with these. The structure of the course is inquiry based and utilizes cooperative learning as well as integrating pedagogical content knowledge and math with chemistry content.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 102 PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
This course provides hands-on, inquiry-based experiments to supplement the lecture section of the physical world. Prerequisite: TAKE CH-101
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 103 SCI. DISCOVERY & HUMAN COMMUNITY   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 105 CHEMISTRY IMAGINED   3.00000 Credit(s)
Chemistry, a grail of science and art, encompasses various branches of past and present human creativity. This course explores the expression of beauty and future endeavors and imagination.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 117 GENERAL,ORGANIC & BIOCHEM: AN OVERVIEW   3.00000 Credit(s)
Designated for Nursing students, this course previews the principles of general chemistry, followed by a survey of organic chemistry. An overview of biochemistry and biomolecules and a study of metabolism and its regulation are presented. Two 75-minute class periods per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-119
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 119 General, Organic & Biochemistry Lab   1.00000 Credit(s)
Designated for Nursing students, this course consists of eleven to twelve lab periods. Three to four dry labs are embedded within the course as a guided inquiry-based approach to the curriculum and computer problem-solving and molecular modeling using HyperChem. Experiments as well as dry labs are related to the subject matter covered in CH 117. One three-hour lab period per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-117
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 120 DRUGS & THEIR IMPLICATIONS ON SOCIETY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Different classes of drugs, both legitimate and illicit, and their metabolism in the human body are studied. Basic organic chemistry is introduced. Designed for non-science majors.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 130 CHEMISTRY OF NUTRITION   3.00000 Credit(s)
Designed for non-science majors, this course explores the fundamentals of nutrition, elaborating on the essential chemistry needed for a basic understanding of the subject matter. The course examines how carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants are chemically related to nutrition. The course focuses also on nutrition throughout the various life stages and how this relates to one's environment.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 140 CHEM SOCIETY & THE ENVIRONMENTýCHEM, SOCIETY & THE ENVIRONMENT   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores the workings of chemistry as an experimental science in the context of the need for science literacy and how it can affect the everyday world and the environment. Two 75-minute lectures per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 151 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores modern theories of atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding and periodic relations, chemical reactions and stoichiometry, states of matter, and solutions. Three 50-minute lectures and one 50-minute discussion per week. A prerequisite to BI 230 and CH 152. Prerequisite: Take CH-153
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 152 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores chemical thermodynamics; chemical kinetics; chemical, ionic, and acid-base equilibria; electrochemistry; chemistry of the representative elements and transition elements; and nuclear reactions. Three 50-minute lectures and one 50-minute discussion per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-151 and CH-153
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 153 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Illustrates basic concepts presented in CH 151. Experiments include qualitative analysis of cations and anions, chromatography, synthesis, and FT-IR. One three-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-151
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 154 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Illustrates basic concepts presented in CH 152. Experiments include quantitative analysis, equilibria, thermochemistry, spectrophotometry, and GC-MS. One three-hour laboratory per week. A prerequisite to CH 254 and 331. Prerequisite: Take CH 151 and CH-153
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 221 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I   3.00000 Credit(s)
Covers hydrocarbons, stereochemistry, arenes, alkyl halides, nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions, and IR, NMR, MS, and UV spectroscopy in relation to structure determination. Two 75-minute lectures and one 50-minute discussion per week. A prerequisite to CH 222 and 252. Prerequisite: Take CH-152 and CH-154
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 222 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II   3.00000 Credit(s)
Covers aromaticity; electrophilic and nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions; ethers, epoxides, carboxylic acids, and their functional derivatives; aldehydes; ketones; amines; phenols; carbanion reactions; and alpha-beta unsaturated compounds. Emphasizes organic reaction mechanisms organic synthesis and structure determination. Two 75-minute lectures and one 50-minute discussion per week. A prerequisite to CH 341 and 361. Prerequisite: Take CH-221 and CH-223
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 223 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Covers basic techniques in organic chemistry: extraction, distillation, recrystallization; thin layer chromatography; gas chromatography; and IR spectroscopy. Emphasizes techniques in organic synthesis. One three-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-152 and CH-154
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 224 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Covers simple and multistep organic syntheses using a wide variety of organic reagents and some important functional group analyses. Employs spectroscopy and GC-MS for structure determination. One three-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-221 and CH-223
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 252 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores data analysis and classical methods of quantitative analysis. Focuses on the basics of analytical chemistry and the development and application of equilibrium models to all branches of classical analysis. Two 75-minute lectures per week. A prerequisite to CH 351. Prerequisite: Take CH-221 and CH-223
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 254 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LAB   2.00000 Credit(s)
Provides laboratory experience in volumetric, gravimetric, and instrumental methods. Experiments correlate with lecture material in CH 252 to help students understand the chemistry involved and develop proper analytical procedures and techniques. One six-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-154;
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 294 INTERNSHIP IN CHEMISTRY   1.00000-6.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 299 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEM   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 331 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores thermodynamics, statistical thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, changes of state, solutions, and kinetics. Two 75-minute lectures per week. A prerequisite to CH 332, 351, and 355. Prerequisite: Take CH-152 CH-154 PY-152 MA-151
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 332 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores advanced kinetics and quantum mechanics. Two 75-minute lectures per week. Prerequisite: Pre: CH-331
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 332 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores advanced kinetics and quantum mechanics. Two 75-minute lectures per week. Prerequisite: Pre: CH-331
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 333 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Explores various techniques used to apply the fundamental concepts of physical chemistry to real chemical systems. One three-hour laboratory per week. A prerequisite to CH 334 Prerequisite: Take CH-331
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 334 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Explores more advanced techniques of physical chemistry and applies theoretical concepts learned in CH 332 to real chemical systems. One three-hour laboratory per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 340 INTRO TO POLYMER CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 341 BIOCHEMISTRY I   3.00000 Credit(s)
Covers chemical and physiological properties of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, proteins, enzymes, and nucleic acids. Explores metabolic pathways and enzymology. Two 75-minute lectures per week. A prerequisite to CH 342. Prerequisite: Take CH-222 and CH-224
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 342 BIOCHEMISTRY II   3.00000 Credit(s)
Continues the study of metabolic pathways. Two 75-minute lectures per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-341
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 343 BIOCHEMISTRY I LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Investigates chemical and physical properties of biologically important compounds using chromatography, electrophoresis, enzyme assays, and various techniques for isolation and identification of biochemicals and enzymes. One three-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-222 and CH-224
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 344 BIOCHEMISTRY LAB II   1.00000 Credit(s)
Examines isolation and purification of lipids, proteins, enzymes, and nucleic acids from biological materials employing electrophoresis, chromatography, spectrophotometry, and fluorometry. One three-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-343
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 345 BIOINFORMATICS   3.00000 Credit(s)
This is a hands on course which provides an introduction to the theory and application of bioinformatics algorithms to solve biological research problems.
Offered: Obsolete - Summer Semester All Years

CH 347 COMPUTATIONAL CHEM & MOLECULAR MODELING   3.00000 Credit(s)
This is an advanced course which will cover classical theory and its application to molecular modeling and simulation.
Offered: Spring Semester All Years

CH 351 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores theory and practice of instrumental methods of analysis, spectrophotometric, and electroanalytical and chromatographic methods of separation and quantification. Two 75-minute lectures per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 353 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
Provides hands-on experience with modern analytical instrumentation, including UV/visible infrared, atomic absorption spectrophotometry, potentiometric and ion selective electrode methods, electrodeposition, gas chromatography, and mass spectrometry. One three-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: Take CH-351
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 355 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY   4.00000 Credit(s)
Explores physical and chemical properties of the elements and their compounds, periodic relations, theories of atomic and molecular structures, and molecular symmetry with emphasis on coordination chemistry. Two 100-minute lectures per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 356 CHEMICAL APPL./GRP THEORY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Presents basic principles of group theoretical methods. Topics include molecular symmetry, normal coordinate analysis, molecular bonding and energy levels, and theoretical basis for selection rules.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 361 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores chemical aspects of the human environment and sources, reactions, transport, effects and fates of chemical species in water, soil and living environments, and effects of technology thereon. Two 75-minute lectures per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 363 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 365 ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING &ANALYS   3.00000 Credit(s)
Laboratory and fieldwork including sampling of surface and groundwater using EPA approved methods for analyzing water, wastewater, soil, and sediments. Also covers QA/QC plans and statistics in chemical analysis and sampling protocols. One 100-minute lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 366 ENV HYDROLOGY & WATER RES MGMT   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 390 INTERNSHIP   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 393 UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT   1.00000-3.00000 Credit(s)
A special project may be carried out under the advisement of a Chemistry faculty member.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 394 INTERNSHIP   1.00000-6.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 395 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH   1.00000-3.00000 Credit(s)
Research may be carried out under supervision of a Chemistry faculty member.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 399 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY   3.00000-6.00000 Credit(s)
Designates new or occasional courses that may or may not become part of the department's permanent offerings. Consult the current course schedule for available topics. Prerequisite: Take CH-252
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 521 ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEM   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores the effects of structure and environment on reaction rates and equilibria and the use of statistical and quantum mechanics in organic chemical reactions. Topics include: organic reaction mechanism, Huckel theory, orbital symmetry, photochemistry, and standard concepts of physical organic chemistry. Prerequisite: TAKE CH-222
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 522 ORGANIC SYNTHESIS   3.00000 Credit(s)
Surveys three general classes of reactions: reduction, oxidation, and the formation of carbon-carbon bonds. Each reaction is used as a tool in chemical synthesis.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 523 SPECTROSCOPIC METH IN ORG CHEM   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 524 SPECIAL TOPICS-ORGANIC CHEM   3.00000 Credit(s)
Topics include heterocyclic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, polymer chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, organometallic chemistry, radical and photochemistry, and combinatorial chemistry. Course title is shown on the student's transcript.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 525 SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course explores the definition and concepts and aims to understand the structure, function, and properties of selfassembled multicomponent supramolecular assemblies of atoms, ions, and molecules. Prerequisite: ch-222
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 526 MEDICINAL CHEM & PHARMACOLOGY   3.00000 Credit(s)
A basic neuropharmacology/neurochemistry course in which principles underlying the actions of neural transmission, neurotransmitters, and medications are addressed. Chemicals that affect the CNS are presented, including routes of drug administration, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics drug-receptor interactions, and drug metabolism. In addition, mechanisms of action, therapeutic effects, adverse effects, and therapeutic indications are noted for major classes of drugs and for commonly used drugs within each class.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 529 NMR SPECTROSCOPY   3.00000 Credit(s)
The theory and principles of nuclear magnetic resonance and spectroscopy are presented to allow the physical and chemical properties of molecules, particularly organic, to be examined. Detailed information about molecular structure, dynamics, properties, and chemical environment not only in chemistry but also in biochemical and medical compound synthesis and applications are presented, analyzed, and discussed. The lab is a hands-on introduction to modern NMR spectroscopy. Students will gain experience with a wide range of techniques on a high field (400 MHz) NMR spectrometer. They will also have the opportunity to manipulate NMR data using provided software designed specifically for our spectrometer. By the end of the course the student will be proficient in use of NMR spectrometry as applied to a variety of organic compounds.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 530 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course explores advanced kinetics and quantum mechanics. Prerequisite: TAKE CH-331
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 531 ADV. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Topics in quantum chemistry, molecular structure, group theory, and applications of these topics to spectroscopy.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 533 BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores the physical processes involved in living systems including molecular thermodynamics and equilibria, kinetics and transport phenomena, and applications of quantum chemistry and spectroscopy. Two 75-minute lectures per week.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 534 NMR: ORGANIC STRUCTURE DET.   2.00000 Credit(s)
This course focuses on identification and structure determination of organic molecules by modern spectroscopic techniques. Emphasis is on IR, NMR, CMR, and mass spectrometry. The course features hands-on work in NMR and FT-IR.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 534L NMR: ORG. STRUCT. DET. LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)
This course focuses on identification and structure determination of organic molecules by modern spectroscopic techniques. Emphasis is on IR, NMR, CMR, and mass spectrometry. The course features hands-on work in NMR and FT-IR.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 539 SPEC.TOPICS IN PHYSICAL CHEM   1.00000-6.00000 Credit(s)
Topics include: magnetic resonance spectroscopy, statistical mechanics, and mathematical and computer concepts in chemistry. Course title is shown on the student's transcript. Prerequisite: TAKE CH-332
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 549 SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOCHEMISTR   3.00000 Credit(s)
Topics include: carbohydrate chemistry, enzyme kinetics, endocrinology, electrically excitable cells, computer-aided access to proteins and databases, cell motility, and chemical concepts in genetic engineering. Course title is shown on the student's transcript.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 550 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course explores theory and practice of instrumental methods of analysis, spectrophotometric, electroanalytical, and chromatographic methods of separation and quantification.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 551 ADV ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course focuses on the fundamentals and practical aspects of analytical spectroscopy. Special emphasis is given to theory and instrumentation; methods and applications are covered.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 552 ADV ANALY CHEM: CHROMATOGRAPHY   3.00000 Credit(s)
This courses focuses on the fundamentals and practical aspects of analytical separation and chromatography. Special emphasis is given to theory and instrumentation; methods and applications are covered.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 553 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
The physical and chemical properties of the elements and their compounds are correlated with their positions in the periodic table. Bonding theory and coordination chemistry are emphasized. A grade of B or better required to earn the 3 credits.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 554 SPEC.TOP ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
Principles and techniques of electrochemistry and electrochemical equilibrium with practical experience in context of electroanalytical chemistry include: potentiometry, amperometry, coulometry, and voltammetry. Course title is shown on the student's transcript. Prerequisite: Take CH-252
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 556 CHEM APP OF GROUP THEORY   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course presents basic principles of group theoretical methods. Topics include: molecular symmetry, normal coordinate analysis, molecular bonding and energy levels, and theoretical basis for selection rules.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 558 MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 559 SPECIAL TOPICS:INORGANIC CHEM   3.00000 Credit(s)
Topics include: electronic spectra of transition metal complexes, reactions of transition metal complexes, ionic liquids, and bioinorganic chemistry. Course title is shown on the student's transcript.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 561 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course focuses on the chemical aspects of the human environment. Examines the sources reactions, transport, effects, and fates of chemical species in water, soil, air, and living environments and the effects of technology thereon.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 562 WATER & WASTEWATER TREAT SYS   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 563 BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS   3.00000 Credit(s)
Explores theory and methods in analytical spectroscopy, chromatography, and electrochemistry including UV-visible spectroscopy, fluorescence, luminescence, Raman, NMR, GC-MS, HPLC, and voltammetry with special emphasis on applications to biochemistry. Two 75-min lectures per week. Offered every three semesters.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 565 ADV ENV SAMPLING & ANALYSIS   2.00000 Credit(s)
Discusses methods and protocols of environmental sampling and analysis in water, air, and biological matrices. Addresses EPA quality assurance and quality control plans. Laboratory and fieldwork include: sampling of surface and groundwater, performing chemical and biological analyses of water, monitoring treated effluent quality control, and detecting hazardous contaminants.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 566 ENV HYDROLOGY/WATER RES MGMT   3.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 567 RESOURCE MGMT:WATER RESOURCES   2.00000 Credit(s)
The objective of this course is to teach students the statistical tools used by chemists to design, conduct, and analysis experiments effectively and efficiently, and also to teach students how to obtain information for characterization and optimization of systems. Students will learn how to use Minitab software to conduct their analysis.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 569 ENVIR.CHEM:HAZAR.WASTE MGMT   2.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 571 POLYMER CHEMISTRY   3.00000 Credit(s)
An introduction to polymer chemistry through a study of step and chain polymerization and copolymerization as well as block and graft copolymers. Polymerization techniques in solution, emulsion, and microemulsion are discussed as well as polymer structure and characterization with an overview of the properties of commercial polymers.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 590 CHEMICAL INFO: SOURCES & TECH   3.00000 Credit(s)
Information is a vital key to success in today's chemical industry. The premier chemical information sources will be reviewed with emphasis on Chemical Abstracts Service and Beilstein. Chemical information retrieval applications will be highlighted including STN International, Scifinder, and Crossfire in addition to Internet resources. Students will gain an appreciation for chemical database design and content as well as formulating queries for keyword and structure-based searches.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 595 ADV. INTEGRATED LAB   2.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 595L ADV. INTEGRATED EXP. LAB   1.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 597 COMPUTATIONAL BIOANALYTICAL CLASS   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course is split into two different but fully integrated sections: (a) a two-hour (in silico) class and (b) a three-hour (in vitro) lab. During the class (in silico) students will study and apply computational methods to molecular biochemical problems, yielding predictions about the structure and activity of various biochemical molecules. During the lab (in vitro), students will test the in silico predictions against empirical reality. Students will then be required to analyze and to provide an integrated and coherent interpretation of their in silico and in vitro results. This format will introduce students to the well-established field of bioanalytical chemistry, the emerging field of computational biochemistry, and the vital relationship between the two. This class/lab will take advantage of HyperChem software, NMR 400 spectrometer, and available analytical chemistry and biochemistry instrumentation.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 598 COMPREHENSIVE EXAM CHEMISTRY   1.00000 Credit(s)
Chemistry graduate students (nonthesis track) are required to pass an oral comprehensive test (after the completion of 34 credits in coursework) in fulfillment of the MS degree.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 599 THESIS   1.00000-6.00000 Credit(s)
Original research under the supervision of faculty member(s) leading to a written thesis.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH 600 THESIS RESEARCH   0.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH ELEC CHEMISTRY ELECTIVE   1.00000-9.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CH ELECF CHEMISTRY FOUNDATIONAL ELECT.   1.00000-9.00000 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

CS 500 INTRO TO STRUC PROGRAM   3.00000 Credit(s)
This is an introductory course in computer programming using a structured programming language. Representative topics include iteration, selection, procedures, functions, arrays, and classes.
Offered: Fall, Spring & Late Spring Sem All Years

CS 501 INTRO TO DATA STRUCTURES   3.00000 Credit(s)
A continuation of CS 500, utilizing a structured programming language and classes to further implement multidimensional arrays and other data structures including linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and more. This course also provides introduction to recursion and data abstraction. Prerequisite: Take CS-500
Offered: Fall, Spring & Late Spring Sem All Years

CS 550 DYNAMIC WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT   3.00000 Credit(s)
This course enables students to develop low-bandwidth visual effects for webpages. A variety of software is employed to develop websites and media for the web. Topics include: web animation and interactivity using Adobe Flash®, a vector-based animation tool; vector-based graphic construction and digital compression using Macromedia Fireworks®, a graphic optimizing tool; and dynamic webpage construction using Adobe Dreamweaver®, a visual HTML editor.
Offered: Winter Semester All Years

CS 573 ADVANCED GAME PROGRAMMING   3.00000 Credit(s)
A game-oriented programming course focusing on advanced graphics techniques using OpenGL and/or DirectX. Prerequisite: TAKE CS-572
Offered: Fall Semester All Years