Graduate Studies > Ph.D. Program > Ph.D. Requirements > Chemistry Graduate Courses

CHEM 5110

Organic Chemistry III: Structure, Reactivity and Mechanism
Fall

CHEM 5120

Organic Chemistry IV: Survey of Synthetic Methods-Selectivity, Scope and Limitations
Spring

CHEM 5180

Instrumental Theory and Techniques in Organic Chemistry
Fall

CHEM 5210

Advanced Physical Chemistry I – Quantum Mechanics
Fall

CHEM 5220

Advanced Physical Chemistry II – Statistical Mechanics
Fall

CHEM 5224

Reaction Kinetics and Dynamics
Spring

CHEM 5250

Molecular Spectroscopy
Spring

CHEM 5260

Introduction to Astrochemistry
Fall

CHEM 5310

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I – Reaction Mechanisms
Fall

CHEM 5320

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II – Organometallics & Synthesis
Spring

CHEM 5330

Structural Inorganic Chemistry: Characterization and Spectroscopy
Fall

CHEM 5340

Nanomaterials : Synthesis, Properties, and Applications
Fall

CHEM 5380

Determination of Molecular Structure by Diffraction Methods
Spring

CHEM 5410

Advanced Biological Chemistry I: Molecular Assembly and Information Flow
Fall

CHEM 5420

Advanced Biological Chemistry II: Macromolecular Structure and Function
Spring

CHEM 5430

Nanoscale Imaging of Complex Systems in Chemistry and Biology
Spring

CHEM 5510

Selected Topics in Organic Chemistry (Drug Discovery)
Fall

CHEM 5570

Selected Topics in Analytical Chemistry (Fluorescence)
Fall

CHEM 5711

Computer Interfacing and Applications to Chemistry
Spring

CHEM 5720

Methods in Bioanalytical Chemistry
Spring

CHEM 5730

Advanced Analytical Chemistry
Fall

CHEM 5740

Analytical Chemistry: Separations
Fall

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