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  • Robert E. Spencer  ·  Stonehill College
    Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Directory Robert E Spencer Robert E Spencer Assistant Professor of Management Assistant Professor of Business Administration Office Stanger 112A Phone 508 565 1268 Email rspencer stonehill edu Department Business Administration Management nbsp Biography Mr Spencer is an Attorney and Certified Public Accountant He was admitted to the US Tax Court in 1982 Mr Spencer began his career as a tax consultant with Ernst and Young where he represented public and private companies partnerships professional sports clubs exempt organizations and individuals in all aspects of tax compliance and planning Mr Spencer was a founder treasurer

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  • Catholic Studies B.A. Program Requirements  ·  Stonehill College
    rise of Christianity Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 262 Religion in America Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An examination of a variety of religious ideas institutions and traditions in the United States from the colonial period to the present Special emphasis is placed upon questions of religious pluralism religion and cultural identity and religion in public life Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement Course may be applied to the American Studies program 3 Intellectual Heritage Code Course Credits CAT 490 Directed Study Catholic Studies Offered Fall and Spring Semesters An in depth study of a Catholic Studies question under the direction of a faculty member Prerequisite s Approval of faculty member directing the project and the Catholic Studies Program Director 3 HIS 313 Modern European Intellectual History Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course will cover the intellectual history of modern Europe by way of and engagement with four of the most compelling and influential modern European thinkers Darwin Marx Nietzsche and Freud Students will read substantial selections from their texts as well as some of the intellectual historiography Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Considered a European History 3 HIS 343 Christian Theology as Ideology From Theocracy to Democracy Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 For description see REL 343 Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Considered a European History Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions and Moral Inquiry requirement 3 PHL 353 Medieval Philosophy Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 Encounter of Greek philosophical theories with Christianity as seen through the works of representative medieval thinkers especially Augustine Thomas Aquinas Duns Scotus and William of Ockham Prerequisite s One 100 Level Philosophy course 3 PHL 354 Thomas Aquinas and His Contemporaries Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 In the 13th century when Aristotle s ideas were presented in Latin to the Christian theologians a revolution in Western philosophical thought resulted At the center of the intellectual controversies is the figure of Thomas Aquinas Thomas the most rational of theologians or the most religious of philosophers provided profound and innovative solutions to metaphysical epistemological and moral problems This course will examine his sources his solutions and the responses of his contemporaries Prerequisite s One 100 Level Philosophy course 3 REL 334 The Mystery of Evil Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 In a world of violence and vengeance enmity and injustice disease and natural disaster the problem of evil is an ever present reality prompting the deepest and most urgent questions for humanity This course introduces important philosophical and theological perspectives on evil considers the persistent challenge of theodicy as well as the inherent limitations of theodical projects and examines questions on the origin of evil the possibility of human evil the ability to name evil in the context of cultural pluralism and the possibility of hope for overcoming evil Prerequisite s Sophomore Standing Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 337 The God Question Modern Challenges to Faith and Christian Responses Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course traces the historical development of the character of both modern theism and atheism in response to certain views about human knowing that arose in the age of modern science and in confrontation with particular strains of Western Enlightenment thought It also considers some of the changing perspectives on the divine mystery that have arisen from certain significant theological projects of recent time among them liberation feminist ecological political and various contextual theologies Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 236 Faith in Christ and Religious Pluralism Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 Students will grapple with the issues involved in Christianity s engagement with other religious traditions through the lens of its understanding of Jesus Students will look at the development of the classical doctrines about Christ and their connections to Christians understanding of their relationship to non Christians in past eras Students will also consider recent Christian attempts to address the question of pluralism 3 REL 267 Liberation Theology Latin American Perspectives Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 next offered Fall 2017 An examination of the development of liberation theology in the historical political economic and cultural contexts of Latin America s struggle to move from colonialism to freedom The course also explores feminist theology ecological theology and indigenous people s theology that are rooted in liberation theology Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program 3 REL 327 Vatican II Revolution Or Reform Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An in depth reading and analysis of the principal Vatican II documents to demonstrate how Catholicism today is transformed from earlier history Contemporary issues as understood in the light of the Vatican II Church are explored Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 343 Christian Theology as Ideology From Theocracy to Democracy Offered Spring Semester How the use of Greek philosophy and Roman imperial theory transformed the Gospel of Jesus in a society that regarded its culture as providential history This synthesis created but eventually tore Christendom apart The political economic intellectual and scientific dynamics of Europe are incomprehensible without considering this theological development Prerequisite s Sophomore Standing Considered a European History Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions and Moral Inquiry requirement 3 REL 411 Approaches to the Study of Religious Traditions Offered Fall Semester An exploration of the basic questions and themes in the academic study of religions with a focus on how the discipline of Religious Studies developed and how it continues to change Prerequisite s One 100 Level Religious Studies Cornerstone Course and three other Religious Studies Courses or Instructor permission Fulfills the Writing in the Disciplines requirement 4 Catholicism in Praxis Code Course Credits CAT 490 Directed Study Catholic Studies Offered Fall and Spring Semesters An in depth study of a Catholic Studies question under the direction of a faculty member Prerequisite s Approval of faculty member directing the project and the Catholic Studies Program Director 3 HIS 326 The Christian Churches in Nazi Germany Offered Not Offered 2015 2016

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  • Catholic Studies Minor Program Requirements  ·  Stonehill College
    Offered 2015 2016 An examination of a variety of religious ideas institutions and traditions in the United States from the colonial period to the present Special emphasis is placed upon questions of religious pluralism religion and cultural identity and religion in public life Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement Course may be applied to the American Studies program 3 Intellectual Heritage Code Course Credits CAT 490 Directed Study Catholic Studies Offered Fall and Spring Semesters An in depth study of a Catholic Studies question under the direction of a faculty member Prerequisite s Approval of faculty member directing the project and the Catholic Studies Program Director 3 HIS 313 Modern European Intellectual History Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course will cover the intellectual history of modern Europe by way of and engagement with four of the most compelling and influential modern European thinkers Darwin Marx Nietzsche and Freud Students will read substantial selections from their texts as well as some of the intellectual historiography Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Considered a European History 3 HIS 343 Christian Theology as Ideology From Theocracy to Democracy Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 For description see REL 343 Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Considered a European History Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions and Moral Inquiry requirement 3 PHL 353 Medieval Philosophy Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 Encounter of Greek philosophical theories with Christianity as seen through the works of representative medieval thinkers especially Augustine Thomas Aquinas Duns Scotus and William of Ockham Prerequisite s One 100 Level Philosophy course 3 PHL 354 Thomas Aquinas and His Contemporaries Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 In the 13th century when Aristotle s ideas were presented in Latin to the Christian theologians a revolution in Western philosophical thought resulted At the center of the intellectual controversies is the figure of Thomas Aquinas Thomas the most rational of theologians or the most religious of philosophers provided profound and innovative solutions to metaphysical epistemological and moral problems This course will examine his sources his solutions and the responses of his contemporaries Prerequisite s One 100 Level Philosophy course 3 REL 334 The Mystery of Evil Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 In a world of violence and vengeance enmity and injustice disease and natural disaster the problem of evil is an ever present reality prompting the deepest and most urgent questions for humanity This course introduces important philosophical and theological perspectives on evil considers the persistent challenge of theodicy as well as the inherent limitations of theodical projects and examines questions on the origin of evil the possibility of human evil the ability to name evil in the context of cultural pluralism and the possibility of hope for overcoming evil Prerequisite s Sophomore Standing Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 337 The God Question Modern Challenges to Faith and Christian Responses Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course traces the historical development of the character of both modern theism and atheism in response to certain views about human knowing that arose in the age of modern science and in confrontation with particular strains of Western Enlightenment thought It also considers some of the changing perspectives on the divine mystery that have arisen from certain significant theological projects of recent time among them liberation feminist ecological political and various contextual theologies Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 236 Faith in Christ and Religious Pluralism Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 Students will grapple with the issues involved in Christianity s engagement with other religious traditions through the lens of its understanding of Jesus Students will look at the development of the classical doctrines about Christ and their connections to Christians understanding of their relationship to non Christians in past eras Students will also consider recent Christian attempts to address the question of pluralism 3 REL 267 Liberation Theology Latin American Perspectives Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 next offered Fall 2017 An examination of the development of liberation theology in the historical political economic and cultural contexts of Latin America s struggle to move from colonialism to freedom The course also explores feminist theology ecological theology and indigenous people s theology that are rooted in liberation theology Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program 3 REL 327 Vatican II Revolution Or Reform Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An in depth reading and analysis of the principal Vatican II documents to demonstrate how Catholicism today is transformed from earlier history Contemporary issues as understood in the light of the Vatican II Church are explored Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement 3 REL 343 Christian Theology as Ideology From Theocracy to Democracy Offered Spring Semester How the use of Greek philosophy and Roman imperial theory transformed the Gospel of Jesus in a society that regarded its culture as providential history This synthesis created but eventually tore Christendom apart The political economic intellectual and scientific dynamics of Europe are incomprehensible without considering this theological development Prerequisite s Sophomore Standing Considered a European History Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions and Moral Inquiry requirement 3 REL 411 Approaches to the Study of Religious Traditions Offered Fall Semester An exploration of the basic questions and themes in the academic study of religions with a focus on how the discipline of Religious Studies developed and how it continues to change Prerequisite s One 100 Level Religious Studies Cornerstone Course and three other Religious Studies Courses or Instructor permission Fulfills the Writing in the Disciplines requirement 4 Catholicism in Praxis Code Course Credits CAT 490 Directed Study Catholic Studies Offered Fall and Spring Semesters An in depth study of a Catholic Studies question under the direction of a faculty member Prerequisite s Approval of faculty member directing the project and the Catholic Studies Program Director 3 HIS 326 The Christian Churches in Nazi Germany Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An examination of the choices that the Catholic and Protestant churches made under the impact of National

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  • Catholic Studies Faculty  ·  Stonehill College
    for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Academics Areas of Study Catholic Studies Faculty Catholic Studies Faculty Jump to a Department Program Accountancy Master s at the University of Notre Dame Accounting Administrative Studies Master s at Boston College American Studies Anthropology Applied Behavior Analysis Master s at Regis College Applied Economics Master s at Boston College Art History Arts Administration Asian Studies Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Sciences Master s at Regis College Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Cinema Studies Communication Computer Science Congressional and Presidential Studies Master s at The Catholic University of America Counseling Psychology Master s at Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate

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  • Catholic Studies Internships & Opportunities  ·  Stonehill College
    small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Academics Areas of Study Catholic Studies Internships Opportunities Catholic Studies Internships Opportunities Internships directed studies and study abroad opportunities are available to Catholic Studies majors There are three common internships campus ministry parish ministry and Catholic ministry Jump to a Department Program Accountancy Master s at the University of Notre Dame Accounting Administrative Studies Master s at Boston College American Studies Anthropology Applied Behavior Analysis Master s at Regis College Applied Economics Master s at Boston College Art History Arts Administration Asian Studies Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Sciences Master s at Regis College Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Cinema Studies Communication Computer Science Congressional and Presidential Studies Master s at The Catholic University of America Counseling Psychology Master s at Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate at The Catholic University of America Law Doctorate at Villanova University School of Law Management Management Information Systems Management Master s at University of Notre Dame Marine Studies Consortium Marketing Mathematics Middle Eastern Studies Military Science R O T C Music Neuroscience Nuclear Medicine Certificate at Regis College Nursing Bachelor s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Nursing Master s at Simmons College Nutrition and Health Promotion Master s at Simmons College Optometry Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Osteopathic Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Philosophy Physical Therapy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physician Assistant Studies Master s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physics Physics Astronomy Political Science International Studies Pre Allied Health Professions Advising Pre Health Professions Advising Pre Law Advising Pre Theology Advising Psychology Public Administration Policy Public Administration Master s at Bridgewater State University Religious Studies SACHEM Exchange Program Secondary Education Sociology Sociology Criminology Spanish Speech Language Pathology Master s at Northeastern University Sports Science and Society Studio Arts Teacher Licensure Theatre Arts Visual Performing Arts Apply Now Request Info B A Program Requirements Minor Program Requirements Faculty Internships Opportunities Graduate Outcomes Honors Society Affiliations Internship Opportunities Campus Ministry Familiarizes students with campus ministry fundamentals beyond Stonehill Based on the

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  • Catholic Studies Graduate Outcomes  ·  Stonehill College
    Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Academics Areas of Study Catholic Studies Graduate Outcomes Catholic Studies Graduate Outcomes Catholic Studies majors have opportunities to experience careers in a variety of sectors including teaching research writing and service work The program is particularly well suited for students interested in working in a Catholic institution at a Catholic hospital or other healthcare operation or as director of a religious education program at a church or parochial school Jump to a Department Program Accountancy Master s at the University of Notre Dame Accounting Administrative Studies Master s at Boston College American Studies Anthropology Applied Behavior Analysis Master s at Regis College Applied Economics Master s at Boston College Art History Arts Administration Asian Studies Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Sciences Master s at Regis College Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Cinema Studies Communication Computer Science Congressional and Presidential Studies Master s at The Catholic University of America Counseling Psychology Master s at Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate at The Catholic University of America Law Doctorate at Villanova University School of Law Management Management Information Systems Management Master s at University of Notre Dame Marine Studies Consortium Marketing Mathematics Middle Eastern Studies Military Science R O T C Music Neuroscience Nuclear Medicine Certificate at Regis College Nursing Bachelor s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Nursing Master s at Simmons College Nutrition and Health Promotion Master s at Simmons College Optometry Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Osteopathic Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Philosophy Physical Therapy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physician Assistant Studies Master s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physics Physics Astronomy Political Science International Studies Pre Allied Health Professions Advising Pre Health

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  • Catholic Studies Honors Society Affiliations  ·  Stonehill College
    Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Academics Areas of Study Catholic Studies Honors Society Affiliations Catholic Studies Honors Society Affiliations Jump to a Department Program Accountancy Master s at the University of Notre Dame Accounting Administrative Studies Master s at Boston College American Studies Anthropology Applied Behavior Analysis Master s at Regis College Applied Economics Master s at Boston College Art History Arts Administration Asian Studies Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Sciences Master s at Regis College Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Cinema Studies Communication Computer Science Congressional and Presidential Studies Master s at The Catholic University of America Counseling Psychology Master s at Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate

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  • Chemistry Courses  ·  Stonehill College
    an in depth treatment of kinetics and the equilibria of acid base solution and electrochemical reactions Prerequisite s CHM 113 and Sophomore standing or permission of both the Engineering Program Director and the Department of Chemistry Chairperson 4 CHM 244 Inorganic Chemistry Offered Spring Semester This course covers fundamentals of central topics in inorganic chemistry from historical to modern day perspectives Topics include Coordination compounds history structure bonding theories reactivity applications solid state chemistry crystals lattices radius ratio rule defect structures silicates other minerals and descriptive chemistry of the elements Prerequisite s CHM 222 4 CHM 301 Professional Ethics in Chemistry and Biochemistry Offered Fall Semester Discussion and resolution of ethical problems and safety associated with the fields of chemistry and biochemistry will be explored Topics include responsible treatment of data reporting scientific information responsibilities of the peer review system conflicts of interest relationship of chemistry to society and its impact on public health and the environment and issues of safety in the laboratory Prerequisite s CHM 222 and Junior standing Fulfills the Moral Inquiry requirement 3 CHM 331 Analytical Chemistry Offered Spring Semester This course provides an in depth study of chemical equilibrium in acid base complexation oxidation reduction and precipitation reactions as well as incorporates a survey of analytical instrumentation Quantitative analysis methods including titrations spectroscopy chromatography and potentiometry are discussed and performed with rigorous statistical evaluation of experimental data in a 4 hour weekly laboratory session Prerequisite s CHM 222 Fulfills the Statistical Reasoning requirement 4 CHM 333 Physical Chemistry I Offered Fall Semester This course provides in depth exploration of key chemistry topics in thermodynamics and kinetics Topics include gas laws energy transfer phase equilibrium chemical potential properties of solutions and kinetic theory and mechanism Specific applications of physical chemistry are given in terms of material science nanoscience biochemistry environmental chemistry and technology Prerequisite s MTH 126 CHM 232 or CHM 244 4 CHM 334 Physical Chemistry II Offered Spring Semester This course explores quantum chemistry and spectroscopy The Schrödinger equation is solved for a one dimensional particle in a box the harmonic oscillator the rigid rotator and the hydrogen atom Approximation methods for many electron atoms chemical bonding group theory molecular spectroscopy and lasers are studied as well Prerequisite s CHM 333 3 CHM 432 Advanced Topics in Analytical Chemistry Offered Alternate Years Fall 2015 2017 This course provides in depth coverage of advanced analytical chemical topics expanding upon the fundamentals of analytical chemistry learned in CHM 331 The specific content focuses on recent advances in the subject as they relate to a variety of different topics Examples from current chemical literature will be used throughout This course is an advanced chemistry elective for chemistry and biochemistry Prerequisite s CHM 331 3 CHM 435 Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry Offered Alternate Years Spring 2016 2018 This course provides in depth coverage of advanced organic chemical topics expanding upon the fundamentals of organic chemistry learned in CHM 222 The specific content focuses on recent advances in

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