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Chemistry Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

A graduate in Chemistry will be expected to be able to:

  1. Understand and apply calculations needed in the chemical sciences for preparing and analyzing solutions and samples. 
  2. Master common laboratory analytical techniques and skills needed for the qualitative and quantitative identification of unknown chemical samples. 
  3. Understand the particulate nature of matter and how electromagnetic radiation interacts with matter. 
  4. Read scientific papers and instructions and use this information to carry out experiments. 
  5. Work in teams and individually to perform scientific experiments. 
  6. Write scientific reports and prepare appropriate graphs of data. 
  7. Follow regulations and proper procedures for the safe handling and use of chemicals. 
  8. Understand the ethical responsibilities and contemporary issues of chemists in the workplace.