Graduate Courses

The department offers a wide range of graduate-level classes to fit the needs of the student. In addition, students can take advantage of courses offered through related departments on campus such as biochemistry, physics, chemical engineering or mathematics. The course offerings in the department are updated continually to keep abreast of current developments in chemistry. A listing of courses is provided below. For the doctoral degree, a minimum of 15 hours of 8000-level class work is required. Only 7000-level and above courses count towards the total credit hours needed for a graduate degree.

7087 New Graduate Student Seminar (1)
7200 Instrumental Methods of Analysis (3)
7300 Intermediate Physical Chemistry (3)
7400 Inorganic Chemistry (3)
7490 Physics and Chemistry of Materials (3)
8003 Topics (credit arranged)
8020 Introduction to X-Ray Crystallography (3)
8050 Non-Thesis Research in Chemistry (arr)
8085 Topics in Chemistry (arr)
8087 Dynamite and Organic Seminars (1)
8090 Thesis/Dissertation (Pre-Candidacy) Graduate Research (arr)
8120 Physical Organic Chemistry I (3)
8120 Physical Organic Chemistry II (3)
8150 Organic Reaction Mechanisms (3)
8160 Organic Spectroscopy (3)
8170 Applications of the Reactions of Organic Chemistry (3)
8210 Analytical Measurement (3)
8230 Separations and Chromatography (3)
8240 Mass Spectrometry (3)
8250 Analytical Spectroscopy (3)
8260 Surface Analysis and Characterization (3)
8265 Fluorescence Spectroscopy (3)
8270 Advanced Analytical Chemistry (3)
8280 Bioanalytical Chemistry (3)
8285 Nanochemistry (3)
8300 Advanced Physical Chemistry (3)
8310 Quantum Chemistry (3)
8320 Chemical Kinetics (3)
8330 Computational Chemistry (3)
8340 Statistical Mechanics (3)
8410 Chemistry of the Main Group Elements (3)
8420 Supramolecular Chemistry (3)
8430 Coordination Chemistry
8450 Organometallics (3)
8460 Solid State Chemistry (3)
8470 Actinide Chemistry (3)
8480 Chemistry of Nanomaterials
8600 Radiochemistry and Detection with Lab (3)
8610 Advanced Radiochemistry (3)
8640 Biological Radiochemistry
9090 Dissertation (Post-Candidacy) Research (arr)