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  • Bachelor of Arts and Masters Degrees in Biology | Fisk University
    Special Problems Research BIOL 390H Special Problems Honors BIOL 410 410L Biotechnology Lecture and Lab NSCI 290 290H Undergraduate Research NSCI 361 361L Biochemistry I Lecture and Lab NSCI 362 362L Biochemistry II Lecture and Lab These courses are strongly recommended especially for students who plan to enter graduate school in biology or professional school in the biomedical A student who chooses BIOL 313 313L from the list of required courses may choose BIOL 221 222 with lab as major electives or vice versa Required cognates 28 credits Course Number Course Name CHEM 113 103L General Chemistry I Lecture and Lab CHEM 114 104L General Chemistry II Lecture and Lab CHEM 233 203L Organic Chemistry I Lecture and Lab CHEM 234 204L Organic Chemistry II Lecture and Lab PHYS 130 130L General Physics I Lecture and Lab PHYS 140 140L General Physics II Lecture and Lab PSY 180 or PSY 141 General Psychology Psychology of Adjustment Mathematics requirement 4 credits In lieu of the core mathematics course CORE 130 biology majors take MATH 120 or higher level and prerequisites as indicated by placement test results It should be noted that most graduate and professional schools require a minimum of two semesters of college level mathematics and or statistics Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements for Graduation with a Master s Degree M A Requirements Thesis Regulations Master s Degree Checklist Overall Timeline for Graduate Studies Programs Fisk Vanderbilt Masterâ s to PhD Bridge Program Program Admissions Transition to the PhD Biology Program Chemistry Program Physics Program Physics Bridge Program Honors Program Apply to the Honors Program Characteristics of Honors Students Honors Program Graduation Requirements Exceptional Scholars Track Recent Graduates

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  • Biology Course Descriptions | Fisk University
    general principles emphasizing morphological molecular and physiological functions of cells and their development in higher plants Multimedia technology is integrated throughout the lecture and laboratory curriculum Prerequisite Grade of C or better in BIOL 102 102L CHEM 234 204 BIOL 313L EXPERIMENTS IN MOLECULAR PLANT BIOLOGY 1 credit lab The laboratory is designed to involve students in investigation problem solving and discovery Students will work in small groups with computer simulation programs and other activities involving plants Experiments using molecular biology techniques will allow studies in plant genetics physiology and histology will be covered Computer exercises allow students to investigate molecular techniques principles of genetics classification of organisms based on evolutionary relationships evolutionary mechanisms population ecology and other topics Concurrent enrollment in BIOL 313 is required BIOL 350 350L GENETIC PRINCIPLES formerly BIOL 305 305L 3credits lecture and 1 credit lab Fundamental principles of heredity and variation are presented Consideration is given to topics in Mendelian and other classical genetic principles The post Mendelian era will include topics on transformation transduction and nucleic acid replication structure and function Laboratory exercises will reinforce the principles presented Prerequisites Grade of C or better in BIOL101 101L CHEM 203 233 or concurrent enrollment in the latter permission of the instructor BIOL 356 356L ESSENTIAL DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY How single cells evolve to complex tissues and organ systems throughout the animal kingdom Prerequisites Biology111 and either BIOL 360 or BIOL 410 BIOL 360 360L MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY formerly BIOL 343 343L 344 344L 3 credits lecture and 1 credit lab This course serves to unify the once separate fields of biochemistry genetics cell biology and physiology The laboratory experiments will highlight principles of cell organization the dynamics of cellular processes membrane compartmentalization and trafficking and cellular signaling and replication Prerequisite BIOL 350 and 350L BIOL 390 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN BIOLOGY 4 credits Open to junior and senior majors who are judged to be able to conduct independent study with minimal supervision and who are not seeking honors credit Prerequisite Identification of a preceptor and permission of the Discipline Coordinator BIOL 390H SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN BIOLOGY 4 credits This is an honors course open to junior and senior majors with a cumulative average in science courses of 3 0 or better Prerequisite Identification of a preceptor and permission of the Discipline Coordinator BIOL 410 410L EXPERIMENTAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY and RECOMBINANT DNA 3 credits lecture and 1 Credit Lab Principles methodology and operation of instruments used in biotechnology are covered Topics include biocatalysis fermentation technology genetic engineering and immunology This course emphasizes the value of critical thinking and analytical reasoning required for careers in biological and related areas Prerequisites BIOL 313 313L or NSCI 361 361L or permission of instructor BIOL 420 420L INTRODUCTION TO NEUROBIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 3 Credits Lecture and 1 Credit Lab Introduction to electrical signaling and synaptic transmission in the central and peripheral nervous system overview of neuroanatomy and exploration of the systems for perception of pain movement and vision Fall BIOL 450 450L

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  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology | Fisk University
    NSCI 285 Bioinformatics NSCI 285L Bioinformatics Lab BCMB 497 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Senior Seminar I BCMB 498 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Senior Seminar II Eight additional elective credits are required for the major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology These courses should be chosen in consultation with a discipline advisor from the advanced undergraduate courses listed below Course Number Course Name BIOL 350 Genetic Principles BIOL 350L Genetic Principles Lab CHEM 470 Analytical Chemistry CHEM 470L Analytical Chemistry Lab BIOL 420 Introduction to Neurobiology BIOL 420L Introduction to Neurobiology Lab CHEM 582B Polymer Chemistry Laboratory BIOL 270 Microbiology BIOL 270L Microbiology Lab MATH 270 Introduction to Ordinary differential equations CS Courses above CS 110 In addition to these elective courses BCMB Majors are expected To do at least six semesters of Undergraduate Research during the Academic Year Required cognates 36 credits Course Number Course Name BIOL 101 General Biology I BIOL 101L General Biology I Lab BIOL 102 General Biology II BIOL 102L General Biology II Lab CHEM 113 General Chemistry I CHEM 103L General Chemistry I Lab CHEM 114 General Chemistry II CHEM 104L General Chemistry II Lab CHEM 233 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 203L Organic Chemistry I Lab CHEM 234 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 204L Organic Chemistry II Lab PHYS 130 General Physics I PHYS 130L General Physics I Lab PHYS 140 General Physics II PHYS 140L General Physics II Lab CS 110 Computer Science Mathematics requirement 8 credits In lieu of the core mathematics course CORE 130 majors in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology take MATH 121 Biocalculus The second mathematics course can be Calculus II or approved substitute for Calculus II Mathematical Modeling MATH 280 or Statistics NSCI 360 Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process

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  • Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Chemistry | Fisk University
    for a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3 3 in Chemistry courses Chemistry majors must also have participated in Senior Research in CHEM 355 and or 356 and must be examined on an Honors Thesis based on this research Major Requirements for the chemistry major in addition to the University degree requirements are Courses in chemistry at least 39 credits for the B A degree or 42 to 45 for the B S including the following with variations as authorized by the department Course Number Course Name CHEM 113 103 General Chemistry I and Lab CHEM 114 104 General Chemistry II and Lab CHEM 233 203 Organic Chemistry I and Lab CHEM 234 206 Organic Chemistry II and Organic Analytical Chemistry Lab CHEM 341 342 Physical Chemistry I II NSCI 361 Biochemistry and Lab CHEM 470 Analytical Chemistry The remaining hours in chemistry sufficient to reach required total should be chosen in consultation with the department Qualified seniors should take the graduate Chemistry Colloquium CHEM 501 502 Required cognates 17 cr Course Number Course Name MATH 120 Calculus I MATH 130 Calculus II PHYS 130 130L University Physics I and Lab PHYS 140 140L University Physics II and Lab An additional 3 hour mathematics or computer science course approved by the Chemistry Discipline is required Mathematics Requirement In lieu of CORE mathematics course chemistry majors meet the mathematics requirement by means of the cognate coursework in mathematics described above Other Recommendations Chemistry majors are advised to include among their general elective coursework additional study in mathematics and computer science Total hours required for graduation B A and B S 121 123 cr Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements

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  • Chemistry Department Course Descriptions | Fisk University
    of functional groups their preparation reactions and mechanisms Other topics may include introductions to polymers carbohydrates amino acids and other biomolecules Prerequisites CHEM 233 and 203 Students should enroll concurrently in either CHEM 204 or 206 CHEM 316 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4 credits Three hours of lecture and four hours of laboratory work each week Recent theoretical advances and laboratory exercises are utilized to discuss topics which include inorganic synthesis bonding spectra stereochemistry reactivity and descriptive chemistry of inorganic compounds of the main group and the transition elements Prerequisite CHEM 342 CHEM 341 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I and LAB I 4 credits Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory work each week This course offers a formal introduction to equilibrium thermodynamics and its application to a number of problems that are of interest in chemistry Examples include the systematic study of thermo chemistry phase changes and real physicochemical systems Prerequisites CHEM 114 MATH 120 CHEM 342 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II and LAB II 4 credits Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory work each week A continuation of CHEM 341 this course emphasizes solutions chemistry The Gibbs chemical potential is the basis for most discussions Some attention is given to time dependent properties such as diffusion viscosity of gases and macromolecular systems the kinetics of chemical reactions and quantum mechanics CHEM 355 356 SENIOR RESEARCH 3 credits each semester Permits the student to conduct a minor research project including the literature search planning laboratory work writing up the work in the form of an honors thesis and presenting the work at Student Research Day or a regional national meeting Junior or Senior status recommended Prerequisite permission of instructor CHEM 450 CHEMICAL LITERATURE 1 credit Study of the structure and use of chemical literature CHEM 457 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHEMISTRY 1 credit Seminar and reading course for advanced students CHEM 470 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 4 credits Two hours of lecture and five hours of laboratory Offers integrated lecture and laboratory instruction in theory and applications of complex acid base precipitation redox and complexometric equillibria and titrations Provides instruction in theory and instrumental laboratory applications of potentiometric coulometric chromatographic and spectroscopic analysis CHEM 501 502 One half credit each semester Required of all senior and graduate chemistry majors This is a capstone course for the chemistry curriculum Weekly technical presentations and discussion of various chemical topics by faculty students and invited guests Student presentations are graded using an established rubric Succesful completion of course for seniors requires satisfactory performance on national standardized major field test in chemistry CHEM 582 582 A D Special Topics Based on student interest courses in Special Topics have included Computational chemistry Biofuels Pharmacology The chemistry and mechanism of drug action 582D Polymer chemistry Environmental Chemistry Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course

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  • Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Physics | Fisk University
    PHYS 351 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism And additional coursework in physics as approved by the department such that the student achieves the required total of 32 semester hours of study in the discipline These additional courses must be at the 200 level or above Required cognates 12 credits Course Number Course Name MATH 120 130 210 Calculus I Calculus II Calculus III CSCI 110 110L Introduction to Computer Science I Lab Electives The department strongly recommends that students elective studies include Course Number Course Name CHEM 113 103L General Chemistry I Lab CHEM 114 104L General Chemistry II Lab and Lab CSCI 120 120L Intro to Computer Science II and Lab Physics at Fisk University carries on an active research program in such areas as infrared and Raman spectroscopy crystal growth chemical physics plasma physics and surface physics recognized by continuing funding from NASA the National Science Foundation the Department of Energy and industry With its Center for Physics and Chemistry of Materials Fisk is among the very few undergraduate institutions at which the National Science Foundation has chosen to establish a Center of Excellence Graduate providing opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to be involved as collaborators in faculty research presenting data in publications and at national meetings The Fisk Vanderbilt Dual Degree program is a five year program that allows a student to earn both a Bachelor s Degree from Fisk with a science major plus a Bachelor s Degree from Vanderbilt in engineering We also have a concentration in astrophysics and space science taught jointly by Fisk and Vanderbilt professors Students choosing this option will also be directed to summer research internships in astrophysics Requirements for the B S in physics are similar to those for the B A degree with the following exceptions and variations Eight additional hours in physics are required for the B S degree beyond the 32 required for the B A These are to be selected subject to approval of the Advisor and the Discipline Coordinator of Physics from among courses in physics numbered 200 and above The University foreign language requirement does not apply for the B S degree in physics Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group

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  • Physics Course Descriptions | Fisk University
    structured around Origins related themes The objective will be to introduce the tools of astronomy and to trace the modern search for astronomical origins through the physical processes that govern the chemical evolution of the Universe on all scales This will naturally lead to a survey of the formation and evolution of galaxies stars and planets while taking full advantage of the physics precepts and math abilities with which these students are already facile Prerequisite PHYS 130 co requisite MATH 130 PHYS 340 METHODS IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS 4 credits A survey of mathematical and theoretical methods in physics Topics include infinite series ordinary differential equations partial differential equations complex analysis and function theory PHYS 341 THEORETICAL MECHANICS 4 credits An introduction to the classical mechanics of particles and rigid bodies covering topics such as kinematics and dynamics of systems of particles rotation properties of rigid bodies and motion under a central force Prerequisites PHYS 130 130L 140 140L and MATH 120 PHYS 351 INTERMEDIATE ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM 4 credits The fundamental theorem in electrostatics dielectric phenomena magnetic fields and their association with currents electromagnetic radiation and introduction to Maxwell s equations Prerequisites PHYS 130 130L 140 140L and MATH 210 PHYS 359 INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE 4 credits The study of the rela tionship between the structure and properties of materials Both theoretical and experimental aspects will be covered Lecture and laboratory sessions Prerequisites PHYS 130 130L 140 140L and MATH 130 PHYS 381 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS 2 to 4 credits Provision is made for students to practice individually with advanced laboratory techniques and to solve special experimental problems Prerequisites PHYS 130 130L 140 140L and MATH 210 PHYS 382 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS 2 to 4 credits Provision is made for students to practice individually with advanced theoretical techniques and to solve special theoretical problems Prerequisites PHYS 130 130L 140 140L and MATH 210 PHYS 430 TOPICS IN HIGH ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS 3 credits A topical course in high energy astrophysics suitable for physics and other science or engineering majors This course will provide students who have taken PHYS 330 with a more in depth exposure to topics in high energy astrophysics structured around SEU related themes The objective will be to give students an introduction to advanced topics such as X ray and gamma ray astronomy including relativistic processes in the universe PHYS 441 SOLID STATE PHYSICS 3 credits An introduction to the modern theory and experimental methods used in understanding the properties of solids Prerequisites PHYS 130 130L 140 140L and MATH 210 PHYS 451 QUANTUM MECHANICS 4 credits Development of the Schrodinger theory to include operator formalism and perturbation theory Prerequisites PHYS 341 351 PHYS 472 INTRODUCTION TO MODERN OPTICS 3 credits An introduction at an intermediate level to recent developments in optics interference diffraction polarization coherence emission of light by atoms molecules and solids theory of lasers and elementary holographic techniques Prerequisites PHYS 130 130 140 140L and MATH 210 Academics School of

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  • Materials Science and Applications Group | Fisk University
    News and Awards Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements for Graduation with a Master s Degree M A Requirements Thesis Regulations Master s Degree Checklist Overall Timeline for Graduate Studies Programs Fisk Vanderbilt Masterâ s to PhD Bridge Program Program Admissions Transition to the PhD Biology Program Chemistry Program Physics Program Physics Bridge Program Honors Program Apply to the Honors Program Characteristics of Honors Students Honors Program Graduation Requirements Exceptional Scholars Track Recent Graduates Pre Professional Program Pre Medicine

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