Optical lattices thesis
3 credits Prerequisites:CHM 2045, CHM 2045L, CHM 2046, CHM 2046L Corequisite: OCB 4633L Basic and advanced concepts of marine ecology, including the history of the field, population dynamics in marine systems and the internal and external mechanisms that control marine. Freshwater Ecology (PCB 6307)3 credits Prerequisites: ZOO 2203, ZOO 2203L; Corequisite: PCB 6307L A study of limnological processes, with an emphasis on subtropical freshwater habitats, their physicochemical characteristics, and associated fauna and flora. Quantitative Methods (GEO 4022) 3 credits Prerequisite: STA 2023 or equivalent Introduction to quantitative methods used in regional, economic and geographic analysis. Organic Chemistry 1 (CHM 2210) 3 credits Prerequisite: Minimum grades of "C" in CHM 2045, 2045L, 2046, and 2046L A study of the compounds of carbon and their physical properties, structures, chemical behavior and reaction mechanisms.
Optical lattices thesis
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. 3 College of Physics and Optoelectronics, South China.
Rock textures and the interpretation of the origin and later geological history of igneous and metamorphic rocks. Grading S/U Honors Mentored Research (PSB 4910) 1-3 credits Prerequisite: Permission of instructor Directed research in which the student works closely with a faculty mentor to conduct research and inquiry in neuroscience toward completion of a scientific grant proposal, a scientific seminar presentation or poster. Grading: Pass/fail option * Actuarial Mathematics 2 (MAP 4173) 3 credits Prerequisites: ECO 2023 and RMI 3011 Interest theory (discrete and continuous mathematics underlying economics and finance. Natural History of the Indian River Lagoon (OCB 6810) 3 credits Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of instructor An overview of the marine plants and animals, habitats, and environmental conditions in the Indian River Lagoon, including human impacts. Human Psychophysiology (PSB 4323) 3 credits Prerequisite: PSB 3002 An introduction to the study of human physiological responses (EEG, EKG, etc.) and related psychological processes. Principles of Geographic Information Systems (GIS 5051C) 3 credits Prerequisite: GIS 3015C or equivalent Basic concepts of geographic information systems. (1 lecture, 9 lab hours) Units: 4 Course Typically Offered: Spring phys 105A. Molecular physiology and molecular genetics. Topics in Physics (PHY 5935) 1-4 credits An intensive study of topics of special interest to inservice teachers.