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Undergraduate Courses

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AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY

ACHM 190. Special problems (1-3). May be taken twice provided that the total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed. PR. COI

ACHM 200. Undergraduate Thesis (6). (1,2,S)

 

CHEMISTRY

CHEM 14. Basic Chemistry (3). Basic ideas and principles of chemistry developed through experimentation and thought. 5 hrs (2 class, 3 lab). (2)

CHEM 15. Fundamentals of Chemistry (3). Basic principles of chemistry, atomic, molecular structure, chemical bonding, quantitative relationship; descriptive organic chemistry and survey of biomolecules. 3 hrs (class). PR. MATH 11 or MATH 17. Co-requisite. CHEM 15.1 (1, 2)

CHEM 15.1 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory (2). 6 hrs (3 hrs lab, 2x a week). PR. MATH 11 or MATH 17. Co-requisite. CHEM 15. (1, 2)

CHEM 16. General Chemistry I (3). Fundamental chemical concepts and principles. 3 hrs (class). Co-requisite. CHEM 16.1 (1, 2)

CHEM 16.1 General Chemistry I Laboratory (2). 6 hrs (3 hrs lab, 2x a week). Co-requisite. CHEM 16.1 (1, 2)

CHEM 17. General Chemistry II (3). Chemistry of the elements; introduction to qualitative chemical analysis. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 16, CHEM 16.1 and MATH 11 or MATH 17. Co-requisite. CHEM 17.1 (2, S)

CHEM 17.1 General Chemistry II Laboratory (2). 6 hrs (3 hrs lab, 2x a week). PR. CHEM 16, CHEM 16.1 and MATH 11 or MATH 17.  Co-requisite. CHEM 17. (2, S)

CHEM 32. Quantitative Inorganic Analysis (3). Basic principles and practice of quantitative inorganic chemical analysis. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 17, CHEM 17.1 and MATH 14 or Math17. Co-requisite. CHEM 32.1(1, 2, S)

CHEM 32.1 Quantitative Inorganic Analysis Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. MATH 14 or MATH 17, CHEM 17 and CHEM 17.1. Co-requisite. CHEM 32 (1, 2, S)

CHEM 40. Basic Organic Chemistry (3). Elementary organic structural theory and functional group chemistry; introduction to carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 15 and CHEM 15.1 or CHEM 17 and CHEM 17.1. (1, 2)

CHEM 40.1 Basic Organic Chemistry Laboratory (1). 3 hrs lab/week.  PR. CHEM 40 (can be concurrent). (1, 2)

CHEM 43. Organic Chemistry I (3). Organic structural theory, basic reaction mechanism, stereochemistry, elementary organic synthesis, and ultraviolet-visible and infrared spectroscopy; structure, properties, nomenclature, and reactions of hydrocarbons, alkylhalides and aryl halides. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 17 and CHEM 17.1. (1, 2)

CHEM 43.1 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM 43 (can be concurrent). (1, 2)

CHEM 44. Organic Chemistry II (3). Structures, properties, nomenclature and reactions of alcohols, phenols, ethers, epoxides, ketones, aldehydes, amines, carboxylic acids and derivatives; introduction to biomolecules; elementary organic synthesis; basic mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. PR. CHEM 43 and CHEM 43.1. (1, 2)

CHEM 44.1 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM 44 (can be concurrent). (1, 2)

CHEM 102. Elementary Physical Chemistry (3). Elements of thermodynamics, chemical equilibria, chemical kinetics and electrochemistry. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 17 (or 15), MATH 27 and PHYS 13. (2)

CHEM 111. Physical Chemistry I (3). Fundamental laws of gases; elementary principles of thermodynamics and thermochemistry; the liquid state and properties of solutions;            chemical equilibria. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1 and PHYS 13 or PHYS 81 concurrent with MATH 28 or MATH 38. (1, 2)

CHEM 111.1 Physical Chemistry I Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM 111. (1, 2)

CHEM 112. Physical Chemistry II (3). Non-ideal solutions; electrolytes and electrode processes; chemical kinetics; the crystalline state. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 111, MATH 28 or MATH 38 and PHYS 13 or PHYS 82. (1, 2)

CHEM 112.1 Physical Chemistry II Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM 112 and CHEM 111.1. (1, 2)

CHEM 115. Physical Chemistry III (3). Introduction to classical and quantum mechanics; quantum chemistry; molecular spectroscopy; nuclear chemistry and photochemistry. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 112 and concurrent with PHYS 83. (1, 2)

CHEM 120. Inorganic Chemistry (3). Theoretical aspects of inorganic chemistry; a systematic study of the properties of the elements from the point of view of modern atomic structure. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 111. (1, 2)

CHEM 120.1 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM 120. (1, 2)

CHEM 131. Technical Analysis I (Foods and Feeds) (4). Theory and practice of selected quantitative methods in analysis including instrumentation. 8 hrs (2 class, 6 lab). PR. CHEM 40 and CHEM 40.1 (or CHEM 44 and CHEM  44.1) and CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1 or COI. (1, 2)

CHEM 133. Technical Analysis II (Soils, Fertilizers and Pesticides) (4). Theory and practice of selected quantitative methods of analysis, including instrumentation. 8 hrs (2 class, 6 lab). PR. CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1 (2)

CHEM 135. Technical Analysis III (Analysis of Industrial Products) (4). The analysis of industrial products such as fuels, paints, cements, etc. and their evaluation. 8 hrs (2 class, 6 lab). PR. CHEM 40 and 32. (2)

CHEM 137. Modern Analytical Chemistry (3). Theories and principles of modern methods of chemical analysis. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 111. (1, 2)

CHEM 137.1 Modern Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM137. (1, 2)

CHEM 140. Organic Analysis (4). Identification of organic compounds. 8 hrs (2 class, 6 lab). PR. CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1 and CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1 (1, 2)

CHEM 154. Biophysical Chemistry (3). Physical chemistry of biological systems. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 161 and CHEM 112 or COI. (2)

CHEM 157. Phytochemistry (3). Introduction to the chemistry, distribution and functions of natural products derived from plants. 5 hrs (2 class, 3 lab). PR. CHEM 140. (2)

CHEM 160. Introductory Biochemistry (3). Structure and function of biologically-active compounds in living systems. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 40 and CHEM 40.1 or CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1 or COI (intended for graduate students only). (1, 2, S)

CHEM 160.1  Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory (2). 6 hrs lab/wk. PR. CHEM 160 (can be concurrent). (1, 2, S)

CHEM 161. General Biochemistry (4). Structure and function of biomolecules; bioenergetics and metabolism. 4 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1 or COI. (1, 2)

CHEM 161.1 General Biochemistry Laboratory (2). Isolation, identification, characterization, and quantification of biomolecules using techniques such as spectrophotometry, potentiometry, electrophoresis and chromatography. 6 hrs (lab). PR. CHEM 161 and CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1 (1, 2)

CHEM 162. Plant Biochemistry (3). Metabolic processes in plant systems. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 160 or CHEM 161. (2)

CHEM 164. Introduction to Chemical Toxicology (3). Biochemical mode of action and effects of chemical toxicants on biological systems; toxicological testing; detection and evaluation of hazards of toxicants. 5 hrs (2 class, 3 lab). PR. CHEM 160 or CHEM 161 and BIO 2 or BOT 1 and ZOO 1. (2)

CHEM 171. Industrial Chemistry (3). Introduction to the manufacture and production of some important organic and inorganic compounds. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1; CHEM 40 and CHEM 40.1 or CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1 (2)

CHEM 173. Polymer Chemistry (3). Synthetic and natural polymers classification, molecular structure, physico-chemical properties, synthesis and reactions. 5 hrs (2 class, 3 lab). PR. CHEM 40 and CHEM 40.1 or CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1 and CHEM 112. (2)

CHEM 174. Principles of Radioisotope Methodology (3). Principles of radioisotope methodology applied to chemistry and biology. 5 hrs (2 class, 3 lab) PR. CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1 and PHYS 13 or COI. (2)

CHEM 177. Biochemical Technology I (3). Kinetic, energetic, and biochemical engineering aspects of fermentation processes; fermenter types and their operation. 3 hrs (class). PR. MCB 1 and CHEM 112 or CHEM 102. (1)

CHEM 177.1. Biochemical Technology I Laboratory (2). 6 hrs (lab). PR. CHEM 177. (2)

CHEM 178. Biochemical Technology II (3). Production and characterization of industrially important enzymes, immobilization and applications of enzymes; enzyme reactor types and their operation. 3 hrs (class) PR. CHEM 177.

CHEM 178.1 Biochemical Technology II Laboratory (2). 6 hrs (lab). PR. CHEM 178.

CHEM 180. Environmental Chemistry (3). Chemical concepts and principles applied to the study of the environment and the preservation of environmental quality. 3 hrs (class). PR CHEM 40 and CHEM 40.1 or CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1. (1, 2)

CHEM 181. Pollution Chemistry (3). Nature, sources, transformations and effects of pollutive substances in the environment; chemical basis of pollution control and water management; pollution analysis. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 180 or COI. (2)

CHEM 185. Structure and Reactivity of Agricultural Chemicals (3). Structures, properties, modes of actions and environmental effect of agrochemicals. 3 hrs (class). PR. CHEM 160 or CHEM 161. (2)

CHEM 190. Special Problems (1-3). May be taken twice provided that total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed 4 units. PR. COI. (1, 2)

CHEM 191. Special Topics (1-3). May be taken twice provided that the total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed 4 units. PR. COI. (1, 2, S)

CHEM 192. Chemical Information, Literature and Communication (3). History of chemistry; the Chemistry Law; Code of Conduct for Chemists; types of chemical literature and sources of chemical information; the organization of the chemistry library; techniques of manual literature searching; technical writing for chemists. 3 hrs (2 class, 3 lab). PR. CHEM 32 and CHEM 32.1, CHEM 44 and CHEM 44.1. (1, 2)

CHEM 198. Practicum (3). Field training in private or government institutions engaged in chemistry or related activities. PR. Junior standing. (S)

CHEM 199. Undergraduate Seminar (1). Review and discussion of current literature in Chemistry. May be taken twice. PR. Senior standing and CHEM 192. (1, 2)

CHEM 200. Undergraduate Thesis (6). (1, 2, S)

 

NATURAL SCIENCE

NASC 1 (MST)(Formerly NASC I). The Material Universe (3). Fundamental concepts, principles and theories of physics and chemistry. 3 hrs (class). PR. None. (1, 2)

NASC 2 (MST)(Formerly NASC II). The Living Planet (3). Concepts, principles and theories of the earth and life sciences. 3 hrs (class). PR. None. (1, 2)

 

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

STS 1 (MST/SSP). Science, Technology and Society 1 (3). Historical and futuristic analyses of the nature and role of science and technology; socio-cultural and politico-economic factors influencing the development of science and technology with emphasis on the Philippines setting. 3 hrs (class). PR. None. (1, 2)