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BIOL 2170: Fundamentals of Life Science II: Cells, Inheritance and Development 
(4 hours) A general introduction to cell structure and function, energy processing in plants and animals, basic genetics, molecular biology and development. Prerequisite: CHEM 1090 or CHEM placement score of 20 or BIOL 2150.

BIOL 2180: Fundamentals of Life Science Laboratory II 
(1 hour) A series of laboratory exercises which supplement the material discussed in BIOL 2170. Corequisite: BIOL 2170.

BIOL 3030: Cell Biology 
(3 hours) A study of the internal organization of the eukaryotic cell, organelle and membrane function, cell-cell signaling, cell movement, cell adhesion, and the extracellular matrix. Prerequisite: BIOL 2170 (with C or better) and CHEM 1240.

BIOL 3040: Cell Biology Laboratory 
(2 hours) Laboratory exercises involving cell culturing, protein analysis, protein localization and other techniques of modern cell biology. Corequisite: BIOL 3030.

CHEM 1230: General Chemistry I 
(4 hours) An introduction to atomic structure, chemical bonding, kinetic-molecular theory, energy relationships and structural concepts. This sequence is for students who major in science, engineering or other fields which require chemistry as a prerequisite subject. Three hours lecture and one hour discussion per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 1090 or pass placement exam.

CHEM 1240: General Chemistry II 
(4 hours) An introduction to solutions, equilibrium, acid-base theory, energy relationships and structural concepts. This sequence is for students who major in science, engineering or other fields which require chemistry as a prerequisite subject. Three hours lecture and one hour discussion per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 1230.

CHEM 1280: General Chemistry Lab I 
(1 hour) Experiments over topics covered in CHEM 1230 lectures. Approved chemistry safety goggles meeting the American National Standard Z87.1-1968 must be worn by every student during every laboratory class meeting. Corequisite: CHEM 1230.

CHEM 1290: General Chemistry Lab II 
(1 hour) Experiments over topics covered in CHEM 1240 lectures. Approved chemistry safety goggles meeting the American National Standard Z87.1-1968 must be worn by every student during every laboratory class meeting. Prerequisite: CHEM 1280. Corequisite: CHEM 1240.

CHEM 2410: Organic Chemistry I 
(3 hours) Study of structure and reactions of organic compounds. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 1240.

CHEM 2420: Organic Chemistry II 
(3 hours) Study of structure and reactions of organic compounds. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 2410.

CHEM 2460: Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 
(1 hour) Practice of organic laboratory techniques. Four hours of laboratory per week. Approved chemical safety goggles meeting the American National Standard Z87.1-1968 must be worn by every student during every laboratory class meeting. Prerequisite: CHEM 1240, 1290. Corequisite: CHEM 2410.

CHEM 2470: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 
(1 hour) Practice of organic laboratory techniques. Four hours of laboratory per week. Approved chemical safety goggles meeting the American National Standard Z87.1-1968 must be worn by every student during every laboratory class meeting. Prerequisite: CHEM 2460. Corequisite: CHEM 2420.

CHEM 2480: Organic Separations and Elementary Synthesis 
(2 hours) Introduction to theory and laboratory practice in modern methods of physical separation techniques, synthesis and microscale manipulations. Approved chemistry safety goggles meeting the American National Standard Z87.1-1968 must be worn by every student during every laboratory class meeting. Prerequisite: CHEM 1290. Corequisite: CHEM 2410.

CHEM 2490: Synthesis and Identification of Organic Compounds 
(2 hours) Application of synthetic methods to elementary organic synthesis with special emphasis on instrumental approaches to problem solving in organic chemistry. Approved chemistry safety goggles meeting the American National Standard Z87.1-1968 must be worn by every student during every laboratory class meeting. Prerequisite: CHEM 2410, 2480. Corequisite: CHEM 2420.

CIVE 1150: Engineering Mechanics: Statics 
(3 hours) Study of coplanar statics of particles, vector addition, resultant components, equilibrium, free body diagrams, equivalent force systems, vector products, scalar products, 2 & 3 dimensional equilibrium of rigid bodies, analysis of machines, pulleys, trusses. Centroids, moments of inertia, shear and bending moment diagrams. Prerequisites: MATH 1850 or 1920; PHYS 2130.

EECS 2300: Electric Circuits 
(4 hours) An introduction to electrical circuit components and laws, including ideal op-amps and transformers, DC circuit analysis, AC circuit analysis, three phase circuits, transient analysis of RL and RC circuits, series and parallel resonance and computer-aided circuit analysis. Prerequisite: PHYS 2140.

ENGL 1110: College Composition I 
(3 hours) Explanatory and persuasive writing in both personal and public genres; instruction and practice in generating, focusing, developing, researching and presenting ideas in ways consistent with one's subject, purposes and intended audience. Placement through examination, portfolio evaluation, or standardized test score. ESL students must have completed ENGL 1020 with grade of Pass. Students of ESL are required to take ESL sections of ENGL 1110. From Composition I with Workshop, Composition I and Composition II, no more than 6 hours apply toward graduation.

ENGL 2950: Science and Technical Report Writing 
(3 hours) Instruction and practice in writing informational and analytical reports to varied audiences in medical, scientific or technical fields. Prerequisite: ENGL 1100 or 1110.

HON 1010: Ideas & Society 
(3 hours) This reading, writing and discussion offers a process of critical examination, analytical thought, and intellectual exchange, where students engage in study of ideas in society during different time periods and across different cultural contexts and intellectual disciplines. Drawing upon primary and secondary sources using multiple humanities discourses, students analyze and evaluate and respond to diverse populations and perspectives. From this synthesis, students gain ability to apply understanding of ideas in contemporary society as well as ideas in their fields of study. Humanities core course.

HON 2010: Multicultural Toledo 
(3 hours) Multicultural Toledo is an interdisciplinary investigation into the multicultural, historical and socio-economic development of the greater Toledo area and the ways that different community groups respond to, and shape, this transformation. Topics may include: ethnicity, race, gender, gender orientation, socioeconomic class, religion, national origin, dis/ability, and age within the Toledo community. The course features multiple site visits to community organizations. Social Science and US Multicultural core course. Prerequisite: HON 1010.

HON 3010: Community Engagement 
(3 hours) This research intensive, interdisciplinary course is designed to provide students with experience in effective community engagement through work on a local issue or problem in a mentored, multidisciplinary team. Class will focus on developing practical skills, identifying best practices, and exploring potential solutions for complex problems. The course culminates in a grant proposal that can be adopted or adapted by our community partners. Class time consists of short instructional presentations, group work, and class discussions.

MATH 1850: Single Variable Calculus I 
(4 hours) Limits, differentiation, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Mean Value Theorem, curve sketching, maxima/minima, definite and indefinite integrals, applications. Course is not applicable toward the undergraduate Mathematics major requirements. Prerequisite: MATH 1340, or 1320 & 1330 (with a C- or better) or a satisfactory placement test score.

MATH 1860: Single Variable Calculus II 
(4 hours) Inverse functions, techniques and applications of integration, polar coordinates, sequences and series. Prerequisite: MATH 1830 or 1850 (with a C- or better).

MATH 2850: Elementary Multivariable Calculus 
(4 hours) Geometry of functions of several variables, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, vector algebra and calculus, including theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes, and applications. Prerequisite: MATH 1840 or1860 (with a C- or better).

MATH 2860: Elementary Differential Equations 
(3 hours) An introduction to the analysis and solution of ordinary differential equations with emphasis on the fundamental techniques for solving linear differential equations. Prerequisite: MATH 2850 (with a C- or better).

PHYS 2130: Physics For Science and Engineering Majors I 
(5 hours) Calculus based general physics. Mechanics of motion and energy, rotation, gravitation, harmonic motion, waves, fluids, and the laws of thermodynamics. Five hours lecture and discussion, two hours laboratory per week. Prerequisite: MATH 1850 (with C or better).

PHYS 2140: Physics for Science and Engineering Majors II 
(5 hours) Calculus based general physics. Electricity and magnetism, capacitors and inductors, electromagnetic oscillations, Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic radiation, optics, images, interference, and diffraction. Five hours lecture and discussion, two hours laboratory per week. Prerequisite: PHYS 2130 (with a C or better).

 

Last Updated: 8/8/19