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David Ryan, Ph.D., 978-934-3698
This certificate is aimed at the baccalaureate scientist who would like to expand his/her expertise in a pertinent area of modern chemistry. The certificate consists of two required courses from the concentration core, plus two approved electives. Course credits earned through the Certificate Program are directly applicable to the course credit requirements of the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.
Core Concentrations (2 courses required for each concentration):
Analytical Chemistry Sequence:
Physical Chemistry Sequence:
Organic Chemistry Sequence:
Advanced Materials Sequence:
After concentration courses are completed, students take any two additional courses listed above or from the list of electives.
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Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Civil & Environmental Engineering departments
Rich Hochberg, Ph.D., 978-934-2885
Environmental biotechnology refers to the application of biological technologies to monitor, understand, and remediate environmental problems. This certificate combines courses that explore the ecological impact of anthropogenic environmental change with courses that provide training in current biological technologies that can be brought to bear on environmental problems. Recent advances in biotechnology are providing new avenues for investigating biologically mediated environmental processes, many of which were inaccessible using traditional approaches. New biological technologies are being developed to mitigate environmental problems. These include the biological remediation of pollutants, biological treatment of wastewater and drinking water, source tracking of microbial pathogens, and mitigation of toxic algal blooms. As environmental resources are increasingly strained and new biological technologies with the potential to improve our environment become available, the demand for professionals with training in environmental biotechnology will continue to increase.
Required Courses (choose two):
Elective Courses (choose six to eight credits):
Total: 12-14 credits