CHEM 4910L Tools and Applications in Chemical Research and Practice 1/5/3
Prerequisite: CHEM 3310K with a minimum grade of C and CHEM 3510 with a minimum grade of C
Tools and Applications in Chemical Research and Practice is a 3 credit hour laboratory based course that introduces students to a research experience using a series of small-scale, multi-week research modules. This capstone course capitalizes on previous knowledge and skills from multidisciplinary chemistry courses and focuses on a narrow problem in a practical application. Each module begins with skill building activities followed by and in-depth exploration of one aspect of the problem allowing students access to research experiences as part of the mainstream curriculum.