Selected topical areas, such as forensic science, materials science, environmental science, history of chemistry, chemistry and art, or nutritional, medicinal and consumer chemistry taught at the introductory level from a chemical perspective. Intended for (but not typically limited to) non-science majors, these courses will usually include moderate lab or fieldwork and independent or group research projects. Some topics may give Scientific Inquiry and Natural Science Lab credit. 1 or 2 units - Department (Not offered 2015-16).
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2014||Block 1||Studies in Chemistry: Kitchen Chemistry||Margaret Daugherty, Habiba Vaghoo||Barnes Science Center 209||24/0||03/26/2015|
|Summer 2015||Studies in Chemistry: The Science of Painted Art||Nathan Bower, Amanda Bowman, Smith Holt, Murphy Brasuel||TBA||32/28||03/26/2015|