The School of Green Chemistry and Engineering is currently completing details and the university approval processes for the following undergraduate programs:
Minor in Green Chemistry and Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Green Chemistry and Engineering
Accelerated B.S./M.S. Degree Option in Green Chemistry and Engineering
Program descriptions and detailed course requirements will be posted at this site late in the fall of 2012. Syllabi for new courses on Green Chemistry, Green Engineering, and Environmental Chemistry will be available at that time. The course on Green Chemistry will be offered in the spring of 2013. For students interested in registering, the course number, lecture times, and lecture location will be available by October of 2012. The course will be taught by Professor Mark Mason.
The aproach for the new academic programs of the SGCE includes incorporating concepts and examples of green chemistry and green engineering in existing coursework, such as General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry lectures and labs. This incorporation will be ongoing through 2012-13 and 2013-14. The SGCE is also incoroporating concepts of toxicology, biodegradation, fate of chemicals in the environment, pertinent business principles, and coop/internship opportunities into the new academic programs. Interested students should check this site for updates by November 1, 2012.