QUANTITATIVE MANAGEMENT 190 Business Statistics (3)

FACULTY Professor: Rynd Associate Professor: Lin

programs. There are excellent opportuni­ ties for careers in biotechnical, pharmaceu­ tical and environmental related businesses and govermental agencies.

Collection and presentation of business data, central tendency and dispersion mea­ sures for business analysis, sampling and inference for confidence intervals and hy­ pothesis testing, business forecasting with simple and multiple regression, index num­ bers. Prerequisite: consent. 221 Introduction to Computers (3) How computers work; computer lan­ guage; flow charts; simple problems in com­ puter programming and in data processing. 223 Calculus for Management Sciences(3) Fundamental principles of differential and integral calculus. Applications chosen mainly from the management sciences. Prerequisite: Passing proficiency exam ad­ ministered by Business Administration Department or receiving a "C" or better grade in math 100 the prior year. 321 Management Information Systems(3) Information systems, their design, imple­ mentation and contribution to management planning, decision making and control. Applications involving microcomputers and decision support systems. Prerequisites: 212, 221. 325 Management Science (3) Mathematical programming with empha­ sis on problems in management and eco­ nomics. Includes applications on produc­ tion control, inventory control, scheduling, inventory control, PERT and network flow problems. Fundamental mathematical opti­ mization and measurement theory prob­ lems. Prerequisite: 190, 202,223,321. Fee: $10. (See also Computer Science 325).

OBJECTIVES While primarily providing service courses for other programs, the department does offer two programs with chemistry as the major component. These are Biochemistry and Physical Science with a chemistry emphasis. Since chemistry is the study of matter and the changes it undergoes, sequences of courses are designed to meet the needs of students as they prepare for a variety of dif­ ferent majors that require an understanding of the nature of matter. The objective of these courses is to provide the student with a basic understanding of the laws of theories of chemistry such that the student will be able (1) to explain the basic physical and chemical properties of matter in terms of its structure (2) to do quantitative problem solving, (3) to' gain some level of proficiency in laboratory methodology, and (4) to be acquainted with basic resource material in chemistry. DEGREE PROGRAM A BACHELOR OF Sc!ENCE DEGREE IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE WITH A CHEMISTRY EMPHASIS is offered. The requirements for this major are given under the Physical Science Department. The Biochemistry Program is given below. MINOR A CHEMISTRY MINOR requires the comple­ tion of the following courses: Chemistry 105, 106, 301, 302, 350 or 402, 403. Six dis­ tinct chemistry minor units apart from any other major or minor. Biochemistry Biochemistry is the study ofthe chemistry of living systems. This interdisciplinary program draws upon the areas ofbiology and chemistry. OBJECTIVES The major is designed especially for those students planning a career in the health professions. The requirements for schools of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry and medical technology are met within this major. This program also prepares one for graduate school in a variety of bioscience

DEGREE PROGRAM A BACHELOR OF Sc!ENCE DEGREE IN BIOCHEMISTRY is offered upon completion of the university baccalaureate and major requirements. The biochemistry major requires the completion of 65 units consisting of the following: Chemistry 105, 106, 301, 302, 350; Biology 111, 281, 282, 312, 322, 411, 412, 422, 450, or 470; Math 105; Computer Science 100; Physics 111,122. Note: The general education requirement for mathematics and science is met within this major. The foreign language require­ ment is met by two years in high school or four units ofcollege foreign language. COURSES (CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY) 100 Introduction to Chemistry (2) A non-lab course introducing the student to basic chemical terminology, symbols and concepts with an emphasis in biochemistry. Does not fulfill nursing requirement in chemistry. Meets prerequisite to Biology 281 and is applicable towards general edu­ cation science requirement. Not open to students who have college chemistry. 101, 102 Chemistry Survey (3,3) Principles and theories of general, or­ ganic and biochemistry and their applica­ tions to medicine and nutrition . Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory each semester. Prerequisite: high school chem­ istry and algebra or passing grade on en­ trance exam. Lab fee: $20. 105 General Chemistry I (4) Principles and theories of the structure and properties of matter including atomic theory, stoichemistry, molecular structure, bonding and state of matter. Prerequisite: high school chemistry, intermediate alge­ bra. Fall semester only. Lab fee: $25. 106 General Chemistry II (5) The principles and theory of chemical reac­ tivity including kinetics, equilib1ia and thermo­ dynamics as applied to acid/base, redox and other ionic systems. Prerequisite: Chemistry 105. Spring semester only. Lab fee: $25.

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