Graduate Program´╝Ü  

Advanced Organic Chemistry (I) (II)

required  (3-0)(0-3)

In this course, basic concepts of organic chemistry are emphasized. Topics involving orbital theories, molecular bonding and structures, mechanism establishment are provided in the first semester. While physical organic chemistry, theories of bonding, reaction reagents and strategy of organic syntheses are presented in the second semester. This course will lead students into the advanced level of organic chemistry.

 

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

required  (3-0)

Introduce basic structures and principles for inorganic materials.

Introduce bonding theories and MO calculations.

Discuss the physical properties, reactivity and so on for some selected elements.

 

Advance Analytical Chemistry

required  (0-3)

This graduate course covers recent development in analytical chemistry and instrumentation analysis

 

Advanced physical chemistry (I)

required  (3-0)

Fundamental theory in the modern quantum mechanics and their

chemical applications.

 

Advanced physical chemistry (II)

required  (0-3)

Fundamental theory in the modern spectroscopic techniques and their

chemical applications.

 

Special Topic in Analytical Chemistry

elective  (0-2)

This is an elective course of graduate program.  This content of this course coves fundamentals and applications of recent developed analytical techniques.

 

Industrial Analytical Chemistry

elective  (0-2)

This graduate course covers the applications of instrumentation analysis in various chemical industries.

 

CHEMICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

elective  (3-0)

This course is covered on basic X-ray diffraction theory, crystallographic symmetry, methods for structure analyses, as welll using crystallographic computing software packing for structure determination.

 

APPLIED CHEMISTRY

elective  (0-3)

For the master program, our training to students shall include needy theoretical courses and related preparation. For their career planning, surely we need also to provide them the information and knowledge of interconnected industries. This course, will base mostly on the real situations of the research and development and potential participation of student with chemistry as major. It could provide student not only the knowledge but also how to solve problem and face challenge in their future career. This course will includes all in the introductory levels: Current industrial development policy, Chemistry related nano- and micro-electric, micro-mechanic technologies, Chemistry related electronic/electric engineering/semiconductor/PC/communication industries, Chemistry related transportation/material/mechanical industries, aim heavily on the fuel cell, Biotech and related industries, etc.

 

Seminar (i) (ii)

required  (1-0)(0-1)

In this course, student presents a recent research paper from various journals.

 

Graduate research (i) (ii)

required  (2-0)(0-2)

This course provides graduate student an opportunity to participate a research project with his/her adviser.

  

Separation Methodology in Analytical Chemistry

elective  (3-0)

In the field of analytical chemistry, the following five steps are the critical factors for an accurate and precision measurement: sampling, pretreatment, separation, measurement and data report. Among them, separation will generate the most error in the whole procedure.