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Are you curious? Do you like to explore problems? Do scientific questions fascinate you? Do you enjoy working in a laboratory? Do you want to better understand matter, molecules, atoms, and how they react? If so, you will be interested in a chemistry major or minor.
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Chemistry Overview

Are you curious? Do you like to explore problems? Do scientific questions fascinate you? Do you enjoy working in a laboratory? Do you want to better understand matter, molecules, atoms, and how they react? If so, you will be interested in a chemistry major or minor.

CHEMISTRY MINOR

The chemistry minor requires completion of a minimum of 20 credits of the following components:

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN FORENSIC SCIENCE

Marygrove College offers an interdisciplinary certificate program in forensic science. This certificate is intended for people who have completed at least two years of undergraduate course work. It is also designed for pro­fessional practitioners with baccalaureate or advanced degrees, who want to change careers.

 

Criminalistics

Criminalistics

Criminalists, also known as Forensic Lab Technicians, are growing in numbers due to advances in the methods and technologies used to gather and analyze evidence. Criminalists have employment opportunities at local, state, and federal levels of government as well as private firms.

  • Salary Range: $32,900 – $82,990
Computer Software Engineer

Computer Software Engineer

Computer Software Engineers have the benefit of working in a popular and expanding field. Software engineers derive the interpretations of a designer or manager into mathematical representations, resulting in a program that functions according to a system of mathematical laws (i.e. physics).

CERTIFICATE IN PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY

The requirements for a Certificate in Pharmacy Technology include completion of 25 credit hours or required coursework (with a grade of C or better) and passage of the national PTCB exam.

Cooperative Field Experience BIO 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Junior standing, biology major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Cooperative Field Experience BIO 488

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Senior standing, biology major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Cell and Molecular Biology BIO 490

A thorough examination of the basic structure and function of cells, with an emphasis on the integration of structure and function in eukaryotic cells. Topics include cell-cycle growth and death, molecular transport, traffic, signaling, cellular interactions. The course also covers the application of current cellular and molecular biological techniques. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150, BIO 151; CHM 140, CHM 325; BIO 321 recommended; Term: Winter (odd); Fee: yes.
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Chemical Science CHM 130

This course is intended for those students in health science programs requiring a course in basic chemistry. Topics introduced include: math and measurement, atomic structure, chemical bonding, naming and formulas, treatment of chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and acid-base, and redox chemistry. The laboratory component complements lecture material while introducing students to a variety of experimental techniques. Laboratory included.

Cooperative Field Experience CHM 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Junior standing, chemistry major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Chemistry Courses

Cooperative Field Experience CHM 488

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Senior standing, chemistry major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Chemistry Courses

Cooperative Field Experience ENV 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

Cooperative Field Experience ENV 488

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

Crime Scene Investigation and Evidence Analysis FSC 220

This course is designed to provide students with the basic theoretical and philosophical understanding of the investigatory process as well as fundamental investigation techniques such as crime scene analysis, collection, preservation, and testing of evidence, modus operandi, use of technology, types of evidence, and the science of criminalistics. Analysis of problems encountered in interviewing, interrogating, evidence collection, and admissibility will be examined. Application of investigation theories to the administration of justice will also be developed. Laboratory included.

Cooperative Field Experience FSC 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Junior standing, forensic science major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Forensic Science Courses

Cooperative Field Experience FSC 488

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Senior standing; forensic science major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Forensic Science Courses

Cooperative Field Experience HSC 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: : Junior standing, Health Science major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Health Science Courses

Community Advocacy & Public Health HSC 450

Students will be introduced to community health concepts, resources, and skills related to the role and responsibilities of a Community Health Advocate locally, nationally, and globally. Special emphasis will be placed on factors to consider when working in community based settings; legislative and legal processes in local, state, and national health policy; characteristics of health models and plans; impact of culture and socioeconomic status on individual’s health, assessment of community issues from a health lens; communication; barriers to health care services; and related community resources. Particular skills include coalition development, developing a constituency/partnerships, advocacy, team building, and leadership. A practicum with a community partner is required.

Cooperative Field Experience HSC 488

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Senior standing, Health Science major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Health Science Courses

Cooperative Field Experience ISC 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Junior standing, Integrated Science major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Integrated Science Courses

Cooperative Field Experience ISC 488

Supervised work experience in activity related to an area of specialization. This is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting and evaluation of experience will be required.

  • Prerequisites: Senior standing, Integrated Science major, departmental approval; Term: Fall, Winter, Summer
  • Categories: Integrated Science Courses

Calculus I MTH 251

Analytic geometry in the plane, functions, limits and continuity, derivatives and applications, and indefinite integrals and applications.

  • Prerequisites: MTH 110 or two years of high school algebra, one year high school geometry, one-half year of trigonometry; Term: fall, winter
  • Categories: Mathematics Courses

Calculus II MTH 252

Exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, Taylor’s formula, and infinite series.

Calculus III MTH 254

Polar coordinates, vectors, vector-valued functions, three dimensional analytic geometry, partial derivatives, and multiple integration.

  • Prerequisites: MTH 252; Term: fall, offered alternate years [odd]
  • Categories: Mathematics Courses

College Geometry MTH 300

Properties of geometric figures, proofs, constructions, solving applied problems, use of coordinate geometry and transformation geometry, and Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry.

Concepts in Elementary Mathematics I MTH 310

Foundations for learning mathematics, sets, algebraic thinking, numeration, fundamental operations of arithmetic, estimation, number theory, integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and explorations.

Cooperative Field Experience MTH 388

Supervised work experience in activity related to area of specialization, which is planned in consultation with advisor, co-op supervisor and employer. Recording, reporting, and evaluation of experience will be required.

Conceptual Physics PHY 135

A descriptive and mathematical look at physics. Conceptual development and problem-solving skills are emphasized. Includes the study of mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: MTH 100; LS 105; Fee: yes; Term: Winter (odd). General Education option
  • Categories: Physics Courses

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