Learning Goals

  1. Master the fundamentals of knowledge and related experimental techniques in the five major areas of chemistry (Analytical, Biochemistry, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical).
  2. Use facts, logic, and analytical thought processes to solve multi-step and integrative problems.
  3. Design and conduct experiments to investigate a scientific question.  Use appropriate experimental and/or computational methods to generate data, critically evaluate and analyze data, and draw conclusions.
  4. Demonstrate chemical information literacy through the appropriate use of scientific databases and software.
  5. Effectively convey scientific information, experimental findings, or research results in a variety of formats, including oral and poster presentations, and written reports.
  6. Recognize the importance of diverse approaches, participating in scientific community, and working in a safe, responsible, and ethical manner.