Current Graduate Courses

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NOTE: This data is offered for your convenience only. The schedule data is updated regularly and may not reflect recent changes to the Schedule of Classes. For full, up-to-date course information please contact the Registrar's office.

Fall 2019

500 Level

500 - Sci Teach in Chem

A course which includes lecture, seminar, workshop and field experience to provide a scientific framework for teaching chemistry and practice in strategies of scientific teaching.

001Lecture2M, W, F
1300 - 1350
Mitchell Hall - 213
Kuang-Chiu Ho

501 - Molecular Struc Thry

General introduction to quantum mechanics with emphasis on chemical applications. Topics covered include basic postulates of quantum mechanics, standard analytically solvable quantum systems (free electrons, particle in a box, harmonic oscillator, rigid rotor, hydrogen atom), approximation methods (perturbation theory and the variational method). An introduction to molecular quantum mechanics, molecular spectroscopy and time-dependent perturbation theory.

1500 - 1730
Mitchell Hall - 207
Terefe Habteyes

511 - Mechanisms Org Chem

An introduction to the methods used for determining reaction mechanisms in organic chemistry and the application of those methods for determining the mechanisms of reactions based on ionic processes.

001Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Science Math Learning Center - 352
Brian Gold

536 - Syn Mech Inorg Chem

A general outline of synthesis methodologies and approaches for main group element and transition metal compounds is provided. In addition, the reactivity of these compounds is explored with particular emphasis on systematics in reaction mechanisms.

001Lecture3T, R
1100 - 1215
Centennial Engineering Center - 1032
Martin Kirk

545 - T: Analytical Chemistry


1600 - 1830
Mitchell Hall - 107
Yang Qin

569 - Charac Methods Nanostructures

(Also offered as CBE, NSMS 512) Nanostructure characterization methods. Examine principles underlying techniques and limitations, and how to interpret data from each method: electron beam, scanning probe, x-ray, neutron scattering, optical and near field optical. Lab demonstrations and projects provide experience. {Fall}

1500 - 1730
Woodward Lecture Hall - 147
Abhaya Datye

587 - Adv T: Biological Chemistry


1600 - 1830
Clark Hall (Chemistry) - 205
Jeremy Edwards

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600 Level

623 - Research Colloquium

Presentation and discussion of current research by faculty from other institutions. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

1600 - 1650
Science Math Learning Center - 102
Stephen Cabaniss

625 - Sem: Chemistry Divisional

Student presentations and discussion of current research by students and faculty in the same traditional division of chemistry. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

1200 - 1250
Mitchell Hall - 104
William Garver
1200 - 1250
Science Math Learning Center - 352
Christine Le
1200 - 1250
Mitchell Hall - 104
John Grey

650 - Research Readings

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

001Lecture2 TO 12Yi He
002Lecture2 TO 12Jeremy Edwards
007Lecture2 TO 12John Grey
005Lecture2 TO 12Hua Guo
006Lecture2 TO 12Terefe Habteyes
008Lecture2 TO 12Martin Kirk
009Lecture2 TO 12Mark Walker
010Lecture2 TO 12Yang Qin
013Lecture2 TO 12Jeffrey Rack
003Lecture2 TO 12Brian Gold
004Lecture2 TO 12Christine Le

699 - Dissertation

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

001Dissertation3 TO 12Yi He
002Dissertation3 TO 12Jeremy Edwards
005Dissertation3 TO 12John Grey
006Dissertation3 TO 12Hua Guo
008Dissertation3 TO 12Martin Kirk
009Dissertation3 TO 12Mark Walker
013Dissertation3 TO 12Yang Qin
014Dissertation3 TO 12Jeffrey Rack
007Dissertation3 TO 12Terefe Habteyes
004Dissertation3 TO 12Christine Le
003Dissertation3 TO 12Brian Gold

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