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Program Purpose and Description

   The desired learning outcomes for Chemistry and Biochemistry majors are
   as follows:

1. knowledge of the fundamentals of inorganic, organic, analytical, physical and 
2. the ability to perform both qualitative and quantitative laboratory procedures
3. the ability to synthesize, purify, and/or characterize a variety of chemical compounds
4. the ability to search the chemical literature and accurately cite published information
5. the ability to accurately and thoroughly describe experimental procedures
6. the ability to critically evaluate and report experimental results
7. the ability to interpret and solve chemistry problems
8. familiarity with the process of conducting research through directed study under the
    supervisionof a chemistry or biochemistry professor

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