CHEM 3900 Professional Readiness for Chemists

3 hours, 3 credits

This course covers topics necessary for students entering the workforce as laboratory scientists. The first half of the course considers professional ethics, scientific statistics, and topics related to diversity and conduct in the workplace. The second half of the course focuses on topics related to chemical safety. These include the nature and identification of laboratory hazards, the minimization of risk, and best practices in the storage, use, and disposal of hazardous substances.

Prerequisite: Chem 3415W, 3511, and 3512; Math 1206


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