- General Education
- Writing Emphasis
- Travel Course
- Additional Fees
Theory and practice of chemical analysis. Statistics; gravemetric analysis; acid-base chemistry; precipitation, complexometric and redox tetrations; electrochemistry; spectrophotometry; atomic absorption; emission methods; separation methods (gas/liquid chromatography).
P: Chem 212 and 214 with at least a C grade; and Env Sci 207 or conc enr or Hum Biol 207 or conc enr.