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Course Catalog: Chemical Technology

CHT 1201 1.0
Intro to Chemical Technology
This course is designed to help students to discover the dynamic, multifaceted, and exciting opportunities in the chemical industry, and develop the skills needed for chemical technicians to meet the challenges in their field. This course may be taught in a variety of formats; online or in class. Topics include: an overview of chemical industry employment, an overview of chemical instrumentation techniques and chemical statistics. Pre/Corequisite: MT 1303 or Concurrently MT 1403

CHT 1612 2.0
Chemical Technology I
This course is the first of the series of courses that will focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical technicians. Topics include the sample preparation and the process of analysis, statistics, acid/base equilibrium, redox chemistry, ion selective electrodes (calcium, pH)volumetric analysis, introduction to chromatography (column, TLC) and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR). Minimum of four hours of laboratory per week.
Prerequisite: MT 1403 and CH 1305, minimum grade C

CHT 1713 3.0
Chemical Technology Externship
This externship will provide supervised work experience in chemical laboratory setting. Students will be required to work 120 hours. Supervision on the job will be led by laboratory personnel. Attendance will be taken and students will prepare a daily log of activities. Times will be arranged.
Prerequisites: CHT*1612

CHT 2412 2.0
Chemical Technology II
This course is the second of the series of courses that will focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical technicians. Topics include the continuation preparation and the process of analysis, acid/base equilibrium, redox chemistry, volumetric analysis, extraction, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR). Minimum of four hours of laboratory per week.
Prerequisite: CHT 1612, CH 1405, MT 2013, minium grade C.

CHT 2502 2.0
Analytical Chemistry Lecture
These courses will present the principles of analytic chemistry with an emphasis on quantitative analysis. Topics include the process of analysis, acid/base equilibrium, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, potentiometric measurement, redox chemistry, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis,FTIR).
Prerequisite: CH 1405 and MT 2103, minimum grade C Corequisite: CHT 2513

CHT 2513 3.0
Analytical Chemistry Lab
CH 2502, Analytical Chemistry Lecture (2 credit hours) and CH 2513, Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (3 credit hours) require concurrent enrollment. These courses will present the principles of analytic chemistry with an emphasis on quantitative analysis. Topics include the process of analysis, acid/base equilibrium, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, potentiometric measurement, redox chemistry, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis,FTIR). Minimum of six hours of laboratory per week.
Prerequisite: CH 1405 and MT 2103, minimum grade C Corequisite: CHT 2502

CHT 2602 2.0
Chemical Technology III Lec
This course is the third of the series of courses that will focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical technicians. Topics includes advanced studies in acid/base equilibrium, volumetric analysis, extraction, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR) and industrial chemical synthesis. Students will complete a significant research project. An internship with a local company may also be available.
Prerequisite: CHT 2412, CH 2305, minimum grade C Corequisite: CHT 2613

CHT 2613 3.0
Chemical Technology III Lab
This course is the third of the series of courses that will focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical technicians. Topics includes advanced studies in acid/base equilibrium, volumetric analysis, extraction, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR), and industrial chemical synthesis. Students will complete a significant research project. Internships with a local company may also be available. Minimum of six hours of laboratory per week.
Prerequisite: CHT 2412, CH 2305, minimum grade C Corequisite: CHT 2602

 
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