ENG and enrollment in Funeral Service Program Introduction to the basic services performed by the funeral director from first call to final disposition. Includes religious practices, Veterans Administration and Social Security, transportation and funeral merchandise.
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Includes radical reactions and other topics essential to environmental and biochemical studies. Three hours lecture weekly. May not fulfill the requirement for medical school or other related health professions.
Fulfills the requirement for environmental science and human biology majors. Three hours lecture; three hours laboratory, weekly.
Three hours lecture; six hours laboratory, weekly. Examines the strength of materials, strengthening mechanisms, diffusion, phase transformations, heat treatment and microstructure control. Considers how materials are selected for design of a product.
Macromolecular behavior and spectroscopic tools are included. Lectures will provide the molecular bases behind food behavior. The laboratory will give students practical experience in basic food chemistry techniques, and help demonstrate concepts from lecture.
Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory, weekly. Energetics of solutions, electrochemical cells, phase changes, and chemical equilibria are discussed. Quantum mechanics is introduced, including solutions to the time-independent Schrodinger equation, multi-electron systems, and polyatomic molecules.
Quantum effects are used to explain the origins of bulk material properties, the behavior of ensembles of molecules, diffusion, kinetics, and complex reaction systems.
The isolation, characterization and analysis of biomolecules including the use of biochemical instrumentation and methodology for work in protein structure, enzymology, metabolism and genetics.
Six hours laboratory weekly. This course will deal with reaction mechanisms, unique reactivity and an in-depth study of multi-step syntheses from the chemical literature. An oral presentation on a current topic within organic chemistry will be required.
Will incorporate more advanced laboratory techniques in the multi-step preparation of both reagents and compounds. Intermediate characterization as well as higher level use of spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques will be covered.
The course will survey the most commonly used computational methods, their applicability and limitations, enabling students to select appropriate methods for the solution of practical problems in research and industrial applications. Beginning with visualization tools, the use of crystallographic data, the selection of coordinate systems, the course will progress through classical molecular dynamics and force fields to progressively more advanced quantum mechanical methods including semiempirical models, Hartree-Fock, configuration interaction, and the application of density functional theory.
Students will learn to perform geometry optimization, location of transition states, conformational analysis, and prediction of molecular and spectroscopic properties. The course will also cover solvation models, excited states, and the application of quantum methods to large molecular clusters.
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