Laboratory applications of principles treated in physical chemistry 362

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Laboratory applications of principles treated in physical chemistry. 362 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II 3 F,S CHE 360 req. Continuation of CHE 360, including ionic equilibrium, conductance, electromotive force, spectroscopy, molecular theory, and miscellaneous applications of quantum theory. 363 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II 1 F,S CHE 361; 362 or conc reg req. Materials charge optional. Laboratory studies related to principles of physical chem- istry with emphasis on quantum mechanics and spectroscopy. 380 TOPICS IN CONTEMPORARY CHEMISTRY 1-3 F,S CHE 232 req. Certain topics may also require CHE 360. May be repeated. New concepts and recent developments in the fields of organic, chemical education, inorganic, analytical, physi- cal, and biochemistry. 398 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: CHEMISTRY 1-16 F,S,Summer CHE 232 and 233 or equiv req. Jr/sr standing. 2.50 GPA req. May be repeated; max 16 hrs; no more than 4 hrs/sem may be used to meet graduation req. CR/NC only. May be 2 to 5 periods of 1 term each. Practical experience by employment in an industrial or gov- ernmental laboratory. COMMUNICATION (COM) 448 434 Fell Hall, (309) 438-3671 Web address: Email address: [email protected] Director : Larry W. Long. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Professors: Comadena, Cupach, Kang, Long, Metts, Wolfe. Associate Professors : Baldwin, Blaney, Cutbirth, Glascock, Hunt, Kazoleas, Moffitt, O’Sullivan, Perry, C. Simonds. Assistant Professors: Chidester, Courtright, Jerome, Lee, Limon, Lippert, McHale, B. Simonds, Zompetti. General School Information MINOR IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE The School of Communication participates in the Minor in Cognitive Science program. Several courses offered by the Department contribute to the minor. For further informa- tion, please consult a department advisor as well as the sec- tion entitled "Minor in Cognitive Science" under University-Wide Curriculum in this Undergraduate Catalog . 169 C A S Chemistry; Communication
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HONORS IN COMMUNICATION The School of Communication offers students an opportunity to demonstrate outstanding achievement in the study of communication by means of participation in the Departmental Honors Program. The School also offers in- course honors work in all its courses at the discretion of the instructor for students enrolled in the Honors Program. Qualified students are encouraged to inquire about admis- sion by contacting the School Honors advisor. Communication Studies Programs Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S. MAJOR IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES 39 hours required. Required courses: COM 111, 123, 223, 297, 329, and 1 selected from: COM 201, 303, 331, or 372. A minimum of 30 senior hours with at least 9 hours at the 300-level (excluding 398). Communication Studies majors must complete a minor or second major in a department/school other than Communication. A maximum of 9 hours can be counted concurrently toward the Communication Studies Major and other majors or minors within the School of Communication.
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