Biochemistry, Chemistry and Physics Programs
Biochemistry, Chemistry & Physics Programs
|On behalf of the faculty, staff, and students, welcome to the Biochemistry, Chemistry & Physics programs which is part of the School of Environmental, Physical and Applied Sciences in the College of Health, Science and Technology at the University of Central Missouri. We have a long-standing tradition of educating students in the traditional areas of chemistry and physics and new expanding programs within our disciplines. There are also many exciting pre-professional programs available for our students.|
Exciting degrees in:
Forensic Chemistry, and Physics
Chemistry with focus on Alternative Energy, Environmental and Entrepreneurship
Research opportunities available
Online offerings in Chemistry and Physics
To enroll: Contact Extended Studies @ UCM 660-543-8480 or 877-729-8266 ext. 21
Please call for availability or see course schedules on UCM web page
These college credit survival skills courses are perfect for preparing rising high school students for college chemistry and physics or college students who would like to improve their success in these courses.
CHEM 4010 Survival Skills for General Chemistry UG credit hours 2
Preparatory course to enhance success in general Chemistry by exploring concepts of chemistry and further developing algebraic and logic skills for solving applied chemical problems. This college credit survival skills course is perfect for preparing rising high school students for college chemistry and physics or college students who would like to improve their success in these courses.
CHEM 1103 Introduction to Sciences: Chemistry 3 UG credit hours
This course is designed to introduce the basic concept of chemistry to non-chemistry majors. A foundation of chemical knowledge will allow you to make better, informed decision about the risks and benefits of our action.
PHYS 1103 Introduction to Sciences: Physics 3 UG credit hours
Topics include mechanics, energy, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, light, atomic and nuclear physics, relativity, and astrophysics.
PHYS 3020 Astronomy 3 UG credit hours
No math or physics pre-requisites! Learn about celestial objects, telescopes, and theories of the universe
CHEM 4010 Alternative Energy: Science and Principles 3 UG credit hours
Alternative energies will be play a major role in society as we progress into the coming decades and centuries. This three hour course will cover the pros/cons and the basic scientific principles behind many of the current alternative energies: solar, wind, biomass, fuel cells, etc.