“Essential Chemistry for Global LeadersⅡ” will begin on October 4. This is a class for students in “Minor Course of Science and Technology for Global Leaders”. But all master’s & doctoral students can take it if you have interest. The class will be conducted in English.
Theme & Objective
This course covers fundamental chemical science during lectures and attempts to link this knowledge to real world examples through the use of videos and reading assignments. The objective is to give students not only a working knowledge of chemistry, but also an understanding of why it is important in our everyday lives.
Message to Students
This course builds on the foundational chemistry introduced in the Essential Chemistry for Global Leaders I course. As well as adding to the fundamental chemistry introduced in course I, we will also look at how this chemistry becomes relevant in the real world. Although most of the topics covered will be already very familiar to chemistry major students, these students may also benefit from this course if they are looking to improve their English language skills with respect to chemistry.
|Essential Chemistry for Global LeadersⅡ [18S1009]|
|Number of Credits|
|Richards, Gary James (Project Associate Professor of Ochanomizu University)|
|Graduate School of Humanities & Sciences Building R408|
|Date & Time|
|Thursday Period 3-4 (10:40-12:10)
October 4, 11, 18, 25
November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
December 6, 13, 20, 27
January 10, 17
Standard lecture types with occasional use of video to illustrate real-world examples. Lectures will include a short Q and A review of previous lectures topics. Short reading assignments will be given occasionally.
Lecture topics will include :
|Salters Advanced Chemistry: Chemical Storylines (AS) and Chemical Ideas (AS); Organic Chemistry: McMurry; Inorganic Chemistry: Shriver and Atkins.|
Registration Period: Mon., October 1 through Sat., October 13
If you cannot register during above period, please contact Academic Affairs Office in Student Affairs Building.
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