The study of forensic chemistry, with an emphasis on the scientific basis for the various techniques used in solving crimes. The course is designed as studio course which includes both lectures and laboratory experiments during the class period. The course will contain a minimum of 25 hours of laboratory activities. Two field trips on Friday afternoon/Saturday morning may be required. This course is intended for students who major in a non-science discipline. Credit for CHEM 1301 will not be given to those students who have already fulfilled (or who is currently enrolled in a course fulfilling) the Natural Sciences section of the Approaches to Creation and Analysis portion of the Pathways Curriculum.
Approaches to Creation and Analysis | The Natural Sciences