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Table of Curriculum 2016-08-11

   Graduate  Program

 

 

Classification

 

Subject  No.

 

Subject Name

Lecture:Lab.: Credit (Homework)

 

Semester

 

Remark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory General Course

 

Required

CC010

CC020

Special Lecture  on Leadership

Ethics and Safety I

1:0:0

1AU

Fall

SpringFall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choose 1

CC500

Scientific Writing

3:0:3

SpringFall

 

CC510

Introduction  to Computer Application

2:3:3

SpringFall

CC511

Probability and Statistics

2:3:3

SpringFall

CC512

Introduction  to  Materials and  Engineering

3:0:3

SpringFall

CC513

Engineering Economy and  Cost  Analysis

3:0:3

Fall

CC522

Introduction  to  Instruments

2:3:3

Fall

CC530

Entrepreneurship  and  Business Strategies

3:0:3

Fall

CC531

Patent  Analysis  and  Invention  Disclosure

3:0:3

SpringFall

CC532

Collaborative System  Design and Engineering

4:0:4

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective

CH502

Quantum Chemistry I

3:0:3(3)

Spring

**

CH503

Statistical  Thermodynamics I

3:0:3(3)

Fall

**

CH504

Advanced  Physical  Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

Fall

 

CH521

Advanced  Organic Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

Spring

 

CH522

Organic Synthesis I

3:0:3(3)

Spring

**

Major Course

CH523

Organic Synthesis II

3:0:3(3)

Fall

 

CH541

Advanced  Inorganic  Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

Spring

**

CH542

Organometallic Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

Fall

**

CH581

Advanced  Biochemistry

3:0:3(3)

Spring

 

CH582

Protein  Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

Fall

**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective

CH604

Quantum Chemistry II

3:0:3(3)

Spring or Fall

 

CH605

Statistical  Thermodynamics II

3:0:3(3)

"

CH606

Chemical Reaction Dynamics

3:0:3(3)

"

CH607

Surface Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH609

Electrochemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH610

Structural Biochemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH626

Natural Products

3:0:3(3)

"

CH627

Heterocyclic Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH628

Organometallic Reactions

3:0:3(3)

"

CH632

Stereochemistry of  Organic Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH644

Bioinorganic Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH645

Catalysis Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH646

Materials Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

Course

CH671

Organic Chemistry of High  Polymers

3:0:3(3)

"

CH672

Specialty Polymer Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH673

Polymer Physical Chemistry

3:0:3(3)

"

CH674

Organic Electronic Materials

3:0:3(3)

"

CH675

Introduction  to Lithography

3:0:3(3)

"

CH711

Special Topics in  Physical Chemistry I

3:0:3(3)

"

CH712

Special Topics in  Physical Chemistry II

3:0:3(3)

"

CH713

Special Topics in  Physical Chemistry III

3:0:3(3)

"

CH733

Special Topics in  Organic Chemistry I

3:0:3(3)

"

CH734

Special Topics in  Organic Chemistry II

3:0:3(3)

"

CH735

Special Topics in  Organic Chemistry III

3:0:3(3)

"

 

CH746

Special Topics in  Inorganic  Chemistry I

3:0:3(3)

"

CH747

Special Topics in  Inorganic  Chemistry II

3:0:3(3)

"


 

 

Classification

 

Subject  No.

 

Subject Name

Lecture:Lab.: Credit (Homework)

 

Semester

 

Remark

 

CH773

Special Topics in  Polymer Chemistry I

3:0:3(3)

"

 

CH774

Special Topics in  Polymer Chemistry II

3:0:3(3)

"

CH782

Special Topics in  Biochemistry I

3:0:3(3)

"

CH783

Special Topics in  Biochemistry II

3:0:3(3)

"

 

 

Research

CH960

Thesis  /  Dissertation  Research (Master)

 

 

 

1:0:1

 

 

CH980

CH966

Thesis  / Dissertation Research (Doctoral)

Seminar (Master)

CH986

Seminar (Doctoral)

1:0:1

Note: ** stands for courses open to both undergraduate and graduate students

Description of Courses 2016-08-11

 CH502  Quantum Chemistry I

The purpose of this course is to give graduate students in Chemistry the  ability  to  understand  electronic structure and spectroscpoic properties of atoms and molecules by means of theoretical techniques, such as ab initio and  semiempirical  methods.  Topics  include  :  Hartree-Fock  Approximation,  configuration interaction, ab initio and semiempirical methods.

Prerequisite Course : CH315

Prerequisites by topic : Matrix algebra, Hypergeometric functions, Fundamentals of classical mechanics, and Group theory.

 

CH503  Statistical Thermodynamics I

This course covers the principles of statistical  mechanics  and  many  practical  applications  involving  gas, solid, liquid, surface and dielectric properties. Also, emphasis is made on the dynamical aspects of topics such as transport phenomena and chemical reactions. Statistical mechanics of gas, solid, liquid, surface, dielectric properties, transport, phenomena is also covered.

 

CH504 Advanced Physical Chemistry

This course, diverse  fields  of  physical  chemistry,  such  as  quantum  chemistry,  computational chemistry, spectroscopy, chemical kinetics, and surface & solid state chemistry, will be discussed to help graduate students whose research field is non-physical chemistry to grasp the core concepts of physical chemistry.

 

CH521  Advanced Organic Chemistry I

This course surveys both classical and modern concepts using electronic interpretation of organic reactions. Topics include electrophilic reactions of Aromatic compounds, Nucleophillic reactions, Stereochemistry, Hammett linear free-energy relationships, Adddition-elimination molecular rearrangements and Woodward-Hoffmann-type  relationships.

 

CH522  Organic Synthesis

The lecture covers carbon-carbon bond formation of organic syntheses including  alkylation,  aldol condensation, free radical reaction rearrangement and cycloaddition reaction.

 

CH523  Organic Synthesis II

This course allows graduate students in Chemistry to survey new  widely  applied  synthetic  methods  in organic synthesis and to understand the basic ideas and advances in the field.

Topic include : Formation of carbon-carbon single bonds, formation of carbon-carbon double bonds, the Diels-Alder and related reactions, Reactions at unactivated C-H bonds, Synthetic applications  of organoboranes and organosilanes, Oxidation reactions, and Reduction reactions.


CH541  Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

This  course  is  intended  for  first-year  graduate students.                                                                                                    The  principal  purpose  is  to  introduce  the fundamental theoretical concepts of geometrical and electronic structures of transition element compounds. Descriptive  Chemistry  will  not  be  developed  to  any  great  extent  in  this  lecture.                                                                                                    Prerequisite  by  topic: Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry

 

CH542  Organometallic Chemistry

This course is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate students in teaching reaction mechanisms, and synthetic and catalytic aspects of transition metal organometallic compounds.

Prerequisite Courses : CH341 and CH342

rerequisite by Topics: General properties of organometallic complexes, survey of organometallic complexes and their reactions categorized by ligands,  reaction  mechanisms,  characterization  of  organometallic complexes, catalytic processes, applications to organic synthesis, and bioorganometallic Chemistry.

 

CH581  Advanced Biochemistry

This course covers advanced description of biosynthesis of macromolecules including such topics as replication gene expression, protein synthesis  as well as a discussion  of nature and functional aspects  of protein and nucleic and structures.

 

CH582  Protein Chemistry

This class aims to understand proteins and their actions by studying basic chemistry, kinetics, and thermodynamics, and structure. Students will gain an understanding of protein structure and activity relationship and principle mechanisms governing protein stability and folding.  Lastly, the course will focus on recent advances in protein engineering.

 

CH604  Quantum Chemistry II

This course presents molecular spectroscopy and modern quantum chemistry with main emphases on the understanding of modern electronic structure calculations.

Topics include : Brief review of rudimentary Quantum Mechanics, Atomic spectra, Rovibronic  spectra  of diatomic molecules, Rovibronic spectra of polyatomic molecules, Magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Modern spectroscopy, Ab initio MO calculations and Semi-empirical MO calculations.

 

CH605  Statistical Thermodynamics II

This course presents a rigorous treatment of classical statistical mechanics with  the  application  to  real systems followed by the recent theory of critical phenomena.

 

CH606  Molecular Reaction Dynamics

This course is designed to give graduate students in Physical Chemistry major an  ability  to  interpret chemical and physical observations of reaction chemical species and to predict their behavior  in different environments. Topics include : Basic concepts of elementary reactions, Molecular collisions, Reaction scattering, and Molecular energy transfer.

Prerequisites by Topic : Chemical Kinetics, CH417 and Calculus and differential equations, operational mathematics, and matrix algebra.

 

CH607  Surface Chemistry

This  course  is  designed  to  give  high-level  understanding  to  the  Chemistry  of  solids,  mainly  metal  and gas-solid  interface  structures.                                                   Thermodynamics  and  dynamics  of  the  solid  surface  are  discussed  with  a brief introduction  to solid state  dynamics.   The main area of study is the absorption and  deabsorption of gas molecules on metal surfaces and implications of these phenomena to the theory of catalytic behavior. Topic   include   :   Principle   of   the   surface   analysis   methods   such   as   Auger,   XPS,   LEED,   SEXAFS,


Chemisorption on surfaces, and Catalytic reactions on surfaces.

 

CH609  Electrochemistry

This course is designed to provide graduate students in Chemistry with insight into electrode processes in various electrochemical excitation situations.  The principal purpose is to apply this knowledge to the study of various electrochemical properties and analysis of compounds. Topics covered are : basic principles and applications for the study of electrochemical properties and analysis of compounds.

 

CH610  Structural Biochemistry

In this class we will discuss theoretical background and  practical  application  of  NMR  and  x-ray crystallographic techniques used for structural studies of biological macromolecules.

 

CH626  Natural Product Chemistry

This course is designed to acquaint the graduate student with isolations, purifications and structural elucidations, and total syntheses of various interesting biologically active natural products.  Isolation  and structural determination of natural products are introduced. Organic synthesis  of  natural  products  in selected topics such as antibiotics, toxins, proteins, steroids, and various alkaloids is introduced.

 

CH627  Heterocyclic Chemistry

This course is designed to give graduate students a grasp of topics surrounding the synthesis and characterization  of heterocycles  and  utilization  of  heterocycles  for  general organic  syntheses.   The  effects of hetero-atoms on reactivity will be discussed. The course also deals  with  some  topics  such  as  the synthesis and characterization of heterocyclic compounds, and how to use these compounds for organic synthesis.

 

CH628  Organometallic Chemistry

This course involves a systematic survey of organic reactions regarding organometallics particularly organotransition metal complexes including  addition,  elimination,  insertion,  and  oxidation  /  reduction reactions.

 

CH632  Stereochemistry

This course is designed to intoduce  graduate  students  to  the  study  of  reaction  mechanisms,  the determination of relative  configurations and  the  synthesis  of optically  active comppunds. Topics  include : Fundamental comprehension of sterochemistry in organic chemistry, resolution, asymmetric synthesis, stereocontrolled organic reactions and new chiral auxilliaries.

 

CH644  Bio-Inorganic Chemistry

This course is designed to discuss the role of metal ions in biological  processes  observed  in  biological systems. Metallobiomolecules which will be discussed in detail include metalloproteins for electron transport, oxygen binding, and metal transport and storage, metalloenzymes for various functions of hydrolation, redox-reaction, and isomerization, and  non-proteins  for  photo-redox  and  metal-ion  transport  and  storage. The role of metal in medicine and environment as well as synthetic model approach to metallobiomolecules will be also emphasized.

 

CH645  Catalysis Chemistry

This course is designed to introduce graduate students in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering to fundamental concepts of heterogeneous catalysts and to illustrate various aspects of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis research.

Topic include: Catalytic activities of transition metal systems,  Heterogeneous  Catalysis,  Catalytic  cycles, Ligand systems.


CH646  Materials Chemistry

This class will introduce the current trends in materials researches including organometallic catalysts, molecular materials, and nanostructured and hybrid materials on the basis of basic concepts in  inorganic chemistry.   I will also deal with synthesis, analysis, and application methods for materials systematically.

 

CH671  Organic Chemistry of High Polymers

This course is designed to give graduate students in Chemistry a survey of the synthesis and reactions of organic polymers  and their physical characterization including kinetics of radical species and condensation polymerization, stereochemistry of polymers, ionic polymerizations and other organic chemistry of polymers.

 

CH672  Specialty Polymer Chemistry

This course involves synthesis and properties of photonically and electronically functional polymers.   Focus is on conducting polymers, photoconducting polymers, photoresponsive polymers, nonlinear optical polymer, electroluminescent polymers, polymer batteries, and photoresists.

 

CH673  Polymer Physical Chemistry

This course involves thermodynamic  analysis  of  structure  and  properties  of  polymer  systems.  The  focus here is on polymer structure, thermodynamics of polymer solutons, elasticity  of  rubber,  phase  equilibrium, friction, and transport processes.

 

CH674  Organic Electromic Materials

The course provides the basic principles, various organic and polymeric materials as well as their syntheses and the device fabrications of  organic  thin-film  transistor,  organic  light-emitting  diode  and  organic photovoltaic cell which are strongly connected with industrial fields.

 

CH675   Introduction to Lithography

Lithography is applied widely to  manufacturing  of semiconductor  microchips, displays, and MEMS devices. This course discusses the physics of lithographic process, resist processing, and emerging lithographic thechnologies such as nanoimprint lithography, interference lithography, immersion lithography, and scanning probe lithography.

 

CH711  Special Topics in Physical Chemistry I

This course is designed to give students exposure to "hot topics" and recent advancements in the field of gas and liquid phase studies through lectures and seminars. The formal structure of this course combines lectures by the instructor as well as seminars contributed by students.

 

CH712  Special Topics in Physical Chemistry II

This course is designed to give students exposure to "hot topics" and recent advancements in the field of solid phase and surface studies through lectures and seminars. The formal structure of this  course combines lectures by the instructor as well as seminars contributed by students.

 

CH713  Special Topics in Physical Chemistry III

This course is designed to give students exposure to "hot topics" and recent advancements in the field of theoretical and computational studies through lectures and seminars. The formal structure of this course combines lectures by the instructor as well as seminars contributed by students.

 

CH733  Special Topics in Organic Chemistry I

This course covers special topics in physical organic chemistry such as mechanisms of new  organic reactions, molecular dynamics, chemical structures and reactivity, and new molecular orbital calculations.


CH734  Special Topics in Organic Chemistry II

This course involves the study of recent research papers in the aim to acquire various synthetic strategies applicable in synthesizing organic compounds such as terpenoid, macrolide, alkaloid, carbohydrate, and heterocyclic compounds. Based on this new knowledge, students are expected to apply new tools in their own studies and to develop their creativity  in their research.  The  formal structure  of this course  involves lectures by the instructor as well as seminars contributed by students.

 

CH735  Special Topics in Organic Chemistry III

This course involves the study of electron rearrangements in various chemical functional groups and the progression of chemical properties due to structural changes. Mechanisms of many biologically active compounds are considered in great depth and the synthesis of new compounds and their  synthetic strategies are studied.

 

CH746  Special Topics in Inorganic Chemistry I

This course is designed to texpand on recent "hot topics" in inorganic chemistry  through  lectures  and seminars in the aim to increase students' exposure to broader fields other than  their immediate  research interests.

 

CH747  Special Topics in Inorganic Chemistry II

This course is designed to involve in-depth study of a special topic, such as crystallography and inorganic structure. The formal structure of this course may involve seminars  contributed  by  students  and  case studies in addition to the normal lectures.

 

CH773  Special Topics in Polymer Chemistry I

This course is composed of lectures on special topics selected from recent "hot topics" in  polymer chemistry. The topics include synthetic metals, liquid crystals, photonic polymers, degradable polymers, thermoresistant polymers and new materials.

 

CH774  Special Topics in Polymer Chemistry II

This course involves an in-depth study of molecular weight distribution, degrees of freedom, structural regularity, determination of micro-structures, and the relationship between chemical structure and polymer properties.

 

CH782  Special Topics in Biochemistry I

This course involves lectures on special topics selected from recent hot topics in nucleic acid biochemistry and discussions through seminars. Topics including the properties and structures of nucleic  acids,  gene structure and function, gene expression, gene recombination, and their applications will be covered.

 

CH783  Special Topics in Biochemistry II

This course develops selected recent "hot topics" in protein biochemistry and discussions through seminars. Topics include the physical and chemical properties of proteins, protein structure, protein purification,  the formation of the protein-ligand complexes, enzyme reaction theory and enzyme reaction mechanisms.