|CHEM 3310||Analytical Chemistry||2|
|CHEM 3360||Analytical Chemistry Laboratory||2|
|CHEM 4300||Instrumental Analysis||2|
|CHEM 4880||Advanced Laboratory III||2|
|Select Four (4) credit hours from the following course options*||4|
|Separation Methods Laboratory|
|*Chem 4310 and 4350 must be taken concurrently.|
- Demonstrate an in-depth mastery of fundamental concepts, principles and hands-on laboratory methodology in the field of analytical chemistry.
- Develop skills and strategies for proper sampling, sample preparation and data analysis including accuracy, precision and error analysis.
- Understand theory and application of classical wet analytical chemistry methods in gravimetric and titrimetric analysis.
- Understand theory and application of instrumental methods focusing on spectroscopic methods, chemical separations, mass spectrometry, microscopy and electrochemistry.
- Design and conduct experimental procedures, analyze and interpret data, including models and statistical analysis to critically evaluate and interpret data.
- Communicate technical information clearly and accurately in written, oral and visual formats.
- Understand and apply proper experimental safety, ethical and professional analytical laboratory practices.